After NTA, VITEEE Introduces Aptitude Test from 2020, Check Details 
The exam pattern for the VITEEE 2020 has been revised by the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT).

This year onwards the candidates who appear for the VITEEE 2020, will have to appear for the aptitude section in its computer-based test. 

The official notice was released by the Institute on the official site of VIT at vit.ac.in and will be effective with 2020-21 batch.

As per the official notice, “the decision to include the aptitude section in VITEEE 2020 has been made based on the feedback from industries and academia. The entrance examinations for the top universities across the world also test the aptitude of students, in addition to verbal and analytical ability.”

According to the official website, the aptitude section in VITEEE will be in addition to subjects viz. Maths or Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English. The number of questions for the respective sections in VITEEE will be, Maths or Biology (40 questions), Physics (35 questions), Chemistry (35 questions), Aptitude (10 questions) and English (5 questions).

Therefore, VITEEE 2020 will have five sections — Maths or Biology (40 questions), Physics (35 questions), Chemistry (35 questions), Aptitude (10 questions) and English (5 questions). The notification and application dates will release in October. The duration of the test will be two and a half hours and there will be no negative marking.

Highlights
The exam pattern for the VITEEE 2020 has been revised by the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT).
- This year onwards the candidates who appear for the VITEEE 2020, will have to appear for the aptitude section in its computer-based test. 
- The official notice was released by the Institute on the official site of VIT at vit.ac.in and will be effective with 2020-21 batch.
- VITEEE 2020 will have five sections — Maths or Biology (40 questions), Physics (35 questions), Chemistry (35 questions), Aptitude (10 questions) and English (5 questions). The notification and application dates will release in October.
- The duration of the test will be two and a half hours and there will be no negative marking.