BITS Pilani has issued BITSAT 2019 Admit card on its official website, bitsadmission.com. BITSAT 2019 Hall Ticket can be downloaded online until May 10, 2019. Candidates require their application number, gender, date of birth and email ID. BITS Admission Test 2019 is scheduled to be conducted from May 16 to 26, 2019 in online mode.
BITSAT 2019 Admit Card is available only to those candidates, who have booked their slots successfully. After accessing a candidate needs to check all the details printed on it. Such details include candidate’s name, application number, test centre, signature, selected course, exam date and timings. In case of any errors, report at 01596-242205, 01596-515330 or email@example.com and get it resolved.
On the BITSAT 2019 Hall Ticket, candidates must check all the important instructions. First and foremost, keep all the important documents in the exam kit. All candidates must have a copy of a hall ticket. Also, affix a recent passport size picture and put the signature on the available space.
Second, along with important documents, students must bring a pen for attendance and rough work. BITSAT 2019 test takers will get the rough sheets and they need to be returned after the exam. Students must also co-operate while biometric process i.e. fingerprints and photograph. Make sure students do not have any heena or unnatural marks on the palms or fingers.
Third, check the exam venue details carefully. On the exam day, reach the exam centre on time. Keep the buffer time and reach the centre atleast one hour before the exam time. This year, BITSAT will be held in 50 cities all over India. For each day on which BITSAT is being conducted, it shall be held in two-time slots.
Since BITSAT 2019 is a computer-based examination, it is expected that candidates have prior knowledge with the usage of computers, keyboard and mouse operations. So, the best way to get accustomed to the test environment is to practice BITSAT Mock Tests. Also, on certain days, BITSAT test centers will be operational for a limited duration, depending on the number of applications received.
Students also must not carry any debarred items inside the exam hall. Some of the prohibited items are calculators, bags, study material, mobile phones, electronic gadgets, eatables, etc. In case candidates possess these items, then they must leave them outside the exam hall at their own risk. On the test day, candidates will be under CCTV surveillance. In case of violation of rules or use of unfair means, the candidature of students will be automatically canceled.
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