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BITSAT-2015: Subject wise analysis of question paper

May 20, 2015 17:18 IST

    Chemistry: Easiest
    Chemistry is rated as the easiest part of the question paper. Candidates required less time to answer the questions in this section. Maximum number of questions were asked from Physical Chemistry.

    Section

    Topic Name

    No. of questions

    Marks

    Inorganic chemistry


    8

    24

     Chemical bonding

    1

    3

     Periodic table& periodicity

    1

    3

     d-block& f block

    2

    6

     Co-ordination compounds

    2

    6

     Qualitative Analysis

    2

    6

    Organic chemistry


    14

    42

     General Organic Chemistry

    3

    9

     Hydrocarbons

    2

    6

     Alkyl halide, alcohol& ether,  carbohydrate, amino acids &  polymers

    3

    9

     Aldehyde & Ketone

    1

    3

     Practical organic chem.

    1

    3

     Biomolecules

    2

    6

     Chemistry in everyday life

    2

    6

    Physical chemistry


    18

    54

     Atomic structure

    2

    6

     Gaseous state

    2

    6

     Ionic equilibrium

    2

    6

     Thermodynamic &

    Thermochemistry

    2

    6

      Ionic Equilibrium

    2

    6

     Chemical kinetic

    2

    6

     Electrochemistry

    3

    9

     Solid state

    2

    6

     Redox Reactions

    1

    3

    Total

     

    40

    120

    Physics: Moderate
    Questions in Physics were of moderate to easy level.  The section was not too lengthy and time allotted was enough to attempt all the questions. Majority questions asked in the section were from Mechanics and electricity.

    Topic

    Sub Topic

    No. of Questions

    Marks

    Electricity and Magnetism


    15

    45


    Current Electricity

    5

    15


    Electromagnetic Field

    4

    12


    E.M.I

    3

    9


    Electrostatic

    3

    9

    Heat and Thermodynamics


    4

    12


    Heat transfer

    2

    6


    Thermodynamics

    2

    6

    Mechanics


    11

    33


    Kinematics

    2

    3


    Friction

    1

    3


    Work Power Energy

    2

    6


    Center of Mass

    1

    3


    Fluid Mechanics& Properties of Matter

    2

    6


    Projectile Motion

    1

    3


    Rigid Body Dynamic

    2

    6

    Modern Physics


    4

    12


    Modern Physics

    3

    9


    Semi-conductor

    1

    3

    Optics


    4

    12


    Ray Optics

    2

    6


    Wave Optics

    2

    6

    SHM & WAVES


    4

    12


    SHM

    2

    6


    String Waves and Sound Wave

    2

    6

    Total

     

    40

    120

    Mathematics: Toughest:
    Mathematics can be considered as the most difficult section of the exam. The section was lengthy and questions were tricky. Questions were asked from every part of the syllabus, including Calculus and Trigonometry.

    Topic

    No. of
    Questions

    Marks

    Circles

    4

    12

    Straight Lines & Pair of Straight lines

    2

    6

    Continuity & Differentiability

    2

    6

    Theory of Equation

    2

    6

    Binomial Theorem

    2

    6

    Sets, Relations & Functions

    2

    6

    Properties of Triangles

    1

    3

    Trigonometric Ratios & Identities

    2

    6

    Trigonometric Equations

    2

    6

    Probability

    2

    6

    Matrices Determinants

    3

    9

    Application of Derivatives

    7

    21

    Permutations & Combinations

    3

    9

    Parabola

    2

    6

    Sequence & Series

    4

    12

    Inverse Trigonometry

    1

    3

    Limits & Differential Coefficient

    2

    6

    Statistics

    1

    3

    Complex Numbers

    1

    3

    Total

    45

    135




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