Keep these tips in mind while solving the exam paper –
This helps in identifying errors in equations formed and in most cases, streamlines the question-solving procedure.
Calculus – NCERT forms the basics.
Theorems like Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorem, and Intermediate Value Theorem is extremely important. Standard derivatives and integrals must be memorized. Previous year BITSAT and especially JEE MAIN and Advanced questions are a great source for these topics’ questions, as frequently BITSAT features old JEE questions too.
Trigonometry – NCERT level is generally asked, preparing from NCERT will suffice.
3D Geometry, Vectors and Coordinate Geometry – Almost all the questions are formulae based, maintaining and revising a formulae sheet, is the best possible way to be thorough with this part.
Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, and Linear Programming – 2 – 3 questions do come from these chapters, one must go through the NCERT chapters and the formulae at least once before the exam, these questions are direct and marks can be fetched easily.
Probability and Permutations & Combinations – Practice, Practice and Practice. NCERT questions must be done thoroughly. One can move on to old BITSAT and even JEE questions for extensive practice in these topics. Board level books like RD Sharma can also be followed.
Matrices and Determinants – All NCERT Formulae should be on tips. Adjoints and Inverses must be conceptually strong.
So study hard, practice a lot and All The BEST!