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BITSAT 2018 – Logical Reasoning Step by Step Solutions

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BITSAT 2018 Logical Reasoning  Overview The Logical Reasoning section for BITSAT 2018 is divided so that 10 questions are allotted to it. If candidates can get this section right, it adds 30 points to their total score right away! The test is given to the candidates to judge their power of reasoning spread in verbal and nonverbal areas. The candidates should […]

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BITSAT 2018 – Reading Comprehension

BITSAT Reading Comprehension

Questions based on essay/comprehension have formed a regular feature in BITSAT. Below is our take on how you can prepare and improve your scores in BITSAT 2018 Reading Comprehension type of problems. Reading as much as possible can prove to be a useful exercise for solving jumbled paragraphs however, since it is not possible for engineering aspirants to read English […]

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BITSAT 2018 – How to Improve your Vocabulary and Grammar

BITSAT 2015 Vocabulary and Grammar

In our previous blog we explained why English section is just as important as the other sections in BITSAT 2018. Our analysis on how to gain confidence and score higher in the questions based on vocabulary and grammar says that: The surest way to develop verbal skills and grammar is through reading. Start reading newspapers such as The Times of India or […]

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BITSAT 2018 English Proficiency – why is it important?

BITSAT 2015 Vocabulary and Grammar

The English and Logical Reasoning section for BITSAT 2018 is divided so that 15 questions are allotted to English. This test is designed to assess the test takers’ general proficiency in the use of English language as a means of self-expression in real life situations. Specifically, it assesses the test takers’ knowledge of basic grammar, their vocabulary, their ability to read […]

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Algebra – 96% Accurate Analysis of JEE main

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Dear Reader, We are pleased to share with you that our analysis Mathematics – What to expect in JEE (main) 2015 – Algebra is 96% accurate vis-a-vis the distribution of questions topic-wise in JEE main (2015). Overall, if we do an analysis, the total number of questions asked in JEE (main) 2015 from the topics in Algebra is 12 which is only 1 short […]

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JEE (main) 2015 paper – Actual vs DoPrep Prediction (near 100 % accuracy)

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Dear Reader, JEE (main) 2015 is over and it is now time to compare the actual paper with our prediction of distribution of questions branch wise. Calculus :- In this branch we have achieved a 100 % accuracy in the total number of question prediction. Analytical Geometry :- In this branch we have achieved a 100% accuracy in the total […]

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Trigonometry – Analysis of JEE (main) 2015 vs. Analysis of DoPrep

Trigonometry

Dear Reader, We are pleased to share with you the actual topic-wise distribution of questions in JEE (main) 2015 vs. the predicted distribution shared by us here Mathematics – What to expect in JEE (main) 2015 – Trigonometry Topic 1st Estimated JEE (main) 2015 2nd Estimated JEE (main) 2015 Actual JEE (main) 2015 Properties and Solution of Triangles 0.50 0 0 […]

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Calculus- 94% Accurate Analysis of JEE (main) 2015 by DoPrep

calculus

Dear Reader, We are pleased to share with you that our analysis Mathematics – What to expect in JEE (main) 2015 – Calculus is 94% accurate vis-a-vis the distribution of questions topic-wise in JEE main (2015). The gap is because JEE (main) 2015 has tested the concept of Differentiation in a question which has a primary concept based on Application of Derivatives instead […]

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Analytical geometry – 100% accurate analysis of JEE (main) 2015 by DoPrep

analytical geometry

Dear Reader, We had published Mathematics – What to expect in JEE (main) 2015 – Analytical Geometry some time ago on our blog. We are thrilled and pleased to announce that we have hit the bull’s eye. As you can see from the bar graph, our prediction of the number of questions from each topic of the analytical geometry section has come […]

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Mathematics – What to expect in JEE (main) 2015 – Trigonometry

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Extending our in-depth analysis, the above line graph lists down the most probable number of questions for each of the Trigonometry topics. As per DoPrep’s in depth analysis*, JEE (main) 2015 is most likely to have 0 to 1 question on Properties and Solution of Triangles 0 to 1 question on Trigonometric Equations 1 to 0 question on Trigonometric Ratios […]

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