What 1+1 equals?
2? Hell no!
It’s 11. Correct that’s what Mathematics for JEE MAIN & BITSAT is like. It’s not as easy as you think it is and cannot be cleared if you haven’t done enough practice of the JEE MAIN and BITSAT difficulty level questions.
JEE and Bitsat both are pretty tough exams to clear and many top level institutes in India consider JEE Main scores as the top level priority for providing admission to students. Have you started your practice yet?
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JEE Main/Bitsat Exam Pattern(Mathematics)
Setting everything aside first you need to know how much weight does Mathematics carry in JEE Main and in Bitsat.
In JEE Main/Bitsat, Mathematics carries a total weight of 120 marks in both.
The unit wise syllabus is given below in the Table.
Unit wise syllabus
|UNIT||Weightage||Marks(Out of 120)|
It includes questions from all the chapters in the syllabus.
Refer to the below table for Mathematics chapter wise syllabus:
Chapter wise syllabus
|Mathematics||Weights||Marks(Out of 120)|
|A. CLASS 11|
|Sets, Relations, Functions||3.33||4|
|Solutions of Triangles & Heights and Distances||1.33||1.596|
|Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations||7||8.4|
|Permutations & Combinations||3||3.6|
|Progressions & Series and Binomial Theorem||9.67||11.604|
|Limits and Differentiation||6.67||8|
|Mathematical Reasoning and Induction||3.33||4|
|Probability – 1||3.33||4|
|B. CLASS 12|
|Matrices & Determinants||6.67||8|
|Applications of differentiation||6.33||7.596|
|Applications of Integrals||3.33||4|
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