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BVP CET - Syllabus

Bharati Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test 2020

Computer Based Test

Updated On - January 20 2020 by Kartik Arya

Check the BVP CET syllabus 2020:

Trigonometry | Determinants |

Logarithms | Sets, relations and functions |

Complex numbers | Quadratic root equation |

Sequence and series | Permutations and combinations |

Mathematical induction and binomial theorem | Limits and continuity |

Differentiation | Applications of derivatives |

Differential equations | Boolean algebra |

Mathematical logic | Matrices |

Vectors | Three- dimensional geometry |

Statistics | Linear programming |

Physical-world and measurements | Electrostatics |

Kinematics | Current electricity |

Laws of motion | Magnetic effects of current |

Work, energy and power | Magnetism |

Gravitation | Electromagnetic waves |

Properties of bulk matter | Dual nature of matter and radiation |

Thermodynamics | Atoms and nuclei |

Motion of system of particles and rigidity | Electronic devices |

Perfect gas behaviour and kinetic theory | Electromagnetic induction |

Waves and oscillations | Optics |

Basics of chemistry | Redox reactions |

Structure of atom | Hydrocarbons |

Classification of elements and periodicity | Environmental chemistry |

Chemical bonding and molecular structure | Solid-state |

States of matter: liquid and gases | Solutions |

Thermodynamics | Electrochemistry |

Equilibrium | Kinetic surface |

Diversity in the living world | Reproduction |

Structural organization of plants and animals | Genetics and evolution of human welfare |

Cell structure and function | Biotechnology and its applications |

Plant physiology | Ecology and the environment |

Human physiology |

The exam is an objective type of examination with multiple choice questions having four options of which one is a correct answer. A thorough reading of the standard prescribed textbooks gives better clarity and required knowledge of the concepts in subjects like physics and helps the candidate to score better.

- The candidates are strongly advised to give a thorough reading of the textbooks and only then solve the previous papers and sample papers.
- Few topics that demand a lot of memorization can be written in the form of short notes or flowcharts and mind maps well in advance. This can be referred a few days before the examination as a short revision.
- Descriptive diagrams can be remembered by going through them at the end of each day of study.
- Writing down the important and standard formulae at a single place helps during revision for easy reference.
- Once the candidates have completed one thorough preparation, they can go for solving the previous papers and a few other sample papers.
- The most recommended book for the previous papers and solved papers is mentioned in the next sections.
- An analysis of the paper by cross-checking the answers of the candidate with the given solutions helps the candidate identify its weaker areas.
- Rectifying the issues with the weaker areas during the initial phase by revision helps a candidate increase their score.
- During the last few days remaining, candidates are advised to not emphasize on learning new and unknown concepts.
- Doing so can create confusion among the topics previously prepared.
- Instead, focusing on topics strong to the candidate and clearing any confusions left would ease the scoring of the candidate.
- Aptitude gets better only with a lot of practice so that the candidate’s mind gets trained to think more logically.
- Few topics in aptitude where repeated trends can be found must be practised more so that it gets better during the examination and helps reduce the time on aptitude.
- The time saved during the aptitude section can be utilized on other sections where memory or more thinking is necessary.

There would be no topic that can be considered more important than another as such. But, a close view of the previous papers gives a few particular topics that share a major portion of the questions. The important topics from previous papers for mathematics and physics are:

**Mathematics**: Complex Numbers, Differential Theories, Equations, Geometry, Vectors, Trigonometry etc.**Physics:**

From the previous years’ papers, a strong revision of these topics would help the candidate score more on a comparative level.

The main textbooks to be preferred are the standard 11th and 12th books. For the previous years’ solved papers and test modules, the candidates can go through:

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