The website ratrace.in (mentioned below) is now in the hands of new owners and the site is completely unrelated to the text below. I am still leaving this post for archival purposes. I encourage you to check out for yourself what the new ratrace.in site is about.
The stuff which most people have come here for first, the explanation. Click on the links given below to download PDF files of BITSAT practice tests from BITSATRace.com.
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 1
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 2
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 3
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 4
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 5
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 6
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 7
- Download free BITSAT Practice Test 8
The password for the opening the PDF files is http://www.bitsatrace.com
Quite a lot of people would be searching for some sort of practice material for BITSAT right now. Good practice material is quite hard to come by online, especially if you want to pay zilch for it. I use Brilliant Tutorials’ online test series for example. Ungrateful bastards. It’s basically run by a company called Vriti Infocom (based in Noida) who rent their servers out to the likes of Brilliant Tutorials and Narayana. Thus both have the same interface, the difference lies only in the questions. And even that may not be so. I informed them earlier of a vulnerability which allowed anyone to log in to their system and take tests; nah, don’t jump in joy yet, they did fix it. And then again of how their system was handing out negative marks even a user left the answer choices blank; because of which they’ve now taken the sensible step of using checkboxes in their forms instead of radio buttons. But did they ever thank me? Send a box of chocs? Or an iPhone (which I would then proceed to smash to bits on a YouTube video)? Nope. Complete arseholes.
In case you haven’t got them already, you can also download the official BITSAT sample questions, or get some background information about BITSAT…and if you are really daring enough, have a look at the BITSAT cut-offs for previous years.