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ATIT 2020 Exam Pattern: Exam Paper Pattern, Distribution of Marks and No. of Question

Updated On - January 11 2020 by Khusboo

ATIT 2020 Exam Pattern contains the information about the exam such as mode of examination, marking scheme, number of questions and more. ATIT is a national level exam conducted twice in a year to give admission into the 4-year Integrated B.Tech. Programs and 3 years Integrated B.Sc Programs in various campuses of ICFAI University (Jaipur, Dehradun, Raipur, Jharkhand). 

Candidates can go through the article below to know the complete format of the ATIT 2020 exam Pattern.

ATIT 2020 Exam Pattern 

Candidates should go through the given below information regarding ATIT 2020 Exam Pattern so that candidates have an idea about the exam paper structure for better preparation:

Exam Mode: The conducting authority will conduct the entrance exam in both the mode online and offline.
Duration: Candidates have a total of 120 minutes  (2 Hours) to solve the complete the examination paper.
The medium of the Paper: Questions on the paper is only in the English language.
Number of Question: The question paper contain total 120 question from different section.
Maximum Marks: Total marks the candidates can get is 120 Marks.
Type of Questions: Question paper will consist only Multiple Choice Question (MCQ).
Marking Scheme: Given below are the marking scheme for the examination-
Correct AnswerCandidates get +1 marks for each correct answer
Wrong AnswerThere is no negative marking for wrong answer
Section: Question paper is divided into four sections i.e., Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English.
Number of Question

Given below are the distribution of number of questions in the paper:

SectionNo. of Question

Given below are the distribution of marks in the question paper:

SectionTotal Marks

ATIT 2020 Preparation Tips

The Preparation Tips are listed below by the experts and are targeted for the Candidates planning to look for some guidance and moral support for their preparation which might help them in scoring good in the examination:

  • Candidates are requested to go through the Syllabus first of all the things and before even starting their preparation, they must prepare how to go on with each subject which includes the time distribution, management of resources and various other important factors.
  • Make notes of everything, put tags and sticky notes.
  • Daily revision is an essential aspect as what candidate studied becomes faded which needs to be polished time and again.
  • Make stronger points even better and work on weak points as well.

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