ITSAT 2021 Exam Pattern: Duration, Marks Distribution

ITSAT 2018 Exam Pattern

ITSAT 2021 Exam Pattern has been released by ICFAI(ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, Hyderabad). The exam will be held from 12 to 20 June 2021 for Phase 2. For those who want to take admission to the 4-year Integrated B.Tech, this examination is conducted twice a year at the national level. Programs at different ICFAI University campuses (Jaipur, Dehradun, Raipur, Jharkhand). From this page, check more ITSAT 2021 exam pattern.

ITSAT 2021 Paper Pattern

The details regarding the ITSAT Exam pattern are mentioned below.

  • The question paper will be objective.
  • The question paper for both online as well as offline exam will comprise of 180 questions.
  • The exam will be for 2 hours and there will be no extra time for any student under any circumstances.
  • The student will be based on his knowledge of the subjects namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English.
  • There will be a total of 180 questions which will be distributed into 30 questions of Physics, 30 questions of Chemistry, 30 questions of Mathematics, 30 questions of English and 30 questions of Logical Reasoning.
  • There will be no negative marking for any incorrect answer. The candidate will get 1 mark for the right answer.
  • The division of the syllabus is such that the theory part has 80% weight and the practical component has 20% weightage.
  • The distribution of questions will be accordingly in the paper.

The students need to take care of the guidelines given and follow them strictly beforehand to give the best shot in the exam.

ITSAT 2021 Exam Important Points

Before appearing for the examination the candidates need to be aware of the pattern of the exam beforehand to do the preparation accordingly.

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  • Candidates can look into some question papers of the previous years to gather an insight into the type of questions asked.
  • Also, details such as the subjects included in the exam, the number of questions, negative marking, duration of the exam, etc. should be available earlier which is why the exam pattern is being discussed here.
  • The exam is available in two modes – online as well as offline.
  • The candidate can choose to appear for either one and once chosen, cannot change the medium of the examination.