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BITSAT Past Papers: Free Download with Solutions

The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, which is deemed to be a university, is an all–India Institute for Higher Education for men and women. The entrance test conducted by BITS Pilani is called BITS Admission Test (BITSAT). 

There are three campuses of BITS in India and one in Dubai. In India, the campuses are located in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. Its paper consists of four parts: Mathematics Physics, Chemistry, & English Proficiency and Logical reasoning. 

For the practice of multiple choice questions in such categories, students need to take a look at previous years’ BITS Pilani question papers with solutions. We bring you BITSAT past year papers from 2006 onwards. These papers give you an idea of the type and difficulty-level of questions asked from different categories and help you to prepare for BITSAT entrance test. 

Year-wise BITSAT past year papers (with detailed answers and solutions by askIITians subject experts, ex-IITians and BITSians) are as follows:

Click here to download all BITSAT Past Papers in pdf format here!

We also offer you BITSAT sample papers that have been especially designed by a special team of ex-IITians and BITS Pilani graduate to simulate the real exam conditions and questions that will be asked in the upcoming exam. These papers along with BITS practice papers offered by us help you to not only strengthen your concepts, learn efficient ways to solve a problem and build up speed but also help you identify gaps in your preparation in time. 

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