ISBN 9788131526378,BITSAT 2015




Cengage Learning India Pvt. Ltd.

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9788131526378

ISBN-10 8131526372


Number of Pages 958 Pages
Language (English)


The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani conducts BITS admission test (BITSAT) an online test of total three hours duration for admission into the first degree programmes at its Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad center. The test consists of four parts- Physics, Chemistry, English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning and Mathematics. All questions are of objective type (Multiple choice questions) and each question appears with choice of four answers, only one being correct. Each correct answer fetches three marks, while each incorrect answer has a penalty of 1 mark (-1 mark). The total number of questions is generally 150. The syllabus prescribed for BITSAT is set on the basis of NCERT curriculum for class XI and XII.

Cengage learning's exam crack series presents BITSAT 2015 a book made for BITS aspirants to help them prepare for BITSAT in a more systematic and focused way so as to optimize their resources in the best possible manner. The topic-based theory in this book will help aspirants master basic concepts and solve relevant multiple choice questions with great ease. Memory-based previous years' questions are added at the end of every chapter that will give the aspirants a feel of the type and difficulty of the questions asked in BITSAT. Detailed solutions are also provided for all the exercises at the end of the book.

FeaturesConforms to the latest pattern and syllabus prescribed for BITSATPresents a comprehensive coverage of all the topics including basic fundamentalsIncorporates pedagogical features such as multiple choice questions and their solutions for each unitIncludes previous years' questions (Memory based) for a rich experience of the type of questions asked in BITSAT.
Table of Contents
1. Units, Dimensions and Measurements
2. Motion in One Dimension
3. Motion in Two Dimensions
4. Newton's Laws of Motion (Without Friction)
5. Newton's Laws of Motion (With Friction)
6. Work, Energy, Power and Collision
7. Circular Motion
8. Center of Mass and Collisions
9. Rotational Motion
10. Gravitation
11. Elasticity
12. Surface Tension and Fluid Mechaincs
13. Transmission of Heat, Thermal Expansion and Calorimetry
14. Kinetic Theory of Gases
15. Thermodynamics
16.Simple Harmonic Motion and Oscillation
17. Wave and Sound
18. Electrostatics I
19. Electrostatics II
20. Current Electricity I
21. Current Electricity II
22. Magnetic Effect of Current
23. Electromagnetic Induction
24. Alternating Current
25. Geometrical Optics
26. Wave Optics
27. Dual Nature of Light and Photoelectric Effect
28. Atomic Physics
29. Nuclear Physics

1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
2. Atomic Structure
3. States of Matter
4. Thermodynamics
5. Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium
6. Solid State
7. Radioactivity
8. Solutions
9. Electrochemistry
10. Chemical Kinetics
11. Surface Chemistry
12. Classification of Elements
13. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
14. Hydrogen
15. Redox Reaction
16. s - Block Elements
17. p - Block Elements
18. d - and f - Block Elements
19. Coordination Compounds
20. Environmental Chemistry and Chemistry in Everyday Life
21. Practical Inorganic Chemistry
22. Hydrocarbons
23. General Organic Chemistry
24. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
25. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
26. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
27. Nitrogen - Containing Compounds
28. Polymers and Biomolecules
29. Practical Organic Chemistry

1. Quadratic Equations
2. Progression and Series
3. Complex Numbers
4. Permutation and Combination
5. Binomial Theorem
6. Determinant
7. Matrices
8. Probability
9. Trigonometric Ratios and Identities and Its Applications
10. Trigonometric Equations and Height and Distance
11. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
12.Solutions and Properties of Triangle
13. Coordinate System and Straight Lines
14. Circles
15. Parabola
16. Ellipse and Hyperbola
17. Relations and Functions
18. Limits
19. Differentiation
20. Continuity and Differentiability
21. Application of Derivatives
22. Monotonicity and Extremum of Functions
23. Indefinite Integration
24. Definite Integration and Its Applications
25. Differential Equation
26. Vectors
27. 3 - D Geometry
28. Properties of Logarithm, Exponential and Logarithmic Series

English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning
1. Grammar
2. Vocabulary
3. Reading Comprehension
4. Composition
5. Non - Verbal Logical Reasoning
6. Verbal Logical Reasoning