There is going to be 15 questions (45 marks) to test your
English proficiency and 10 questions (30 marks) to test
Aim 30/30 from
logical reasoning. This is the right time to "start" looking at "logical reasoning" portion. But it doesn't mean you will have to take out time from your PCM preparations. Consider going at this in a systematic manner. This week, whenever you get free time, time that you have allocated for leisure etc. have a go through on "what has been asked in previous years from the
logical reasoning portion". By spending just "60 minutes" you will get a fair idea of "the kind of questions that they have been asking from this portion. You will also be knowing "what is your level of understanding" at that point. After this spend another "15 minutes" and prepare a study-plan for next 2 weeks. Since you've mentioned above that "you think you're good at logical reasoning", this portion is going to be cakewalk. So, when you prepare the study-plan, like we mentioned above, you won't really have to take out time from PCM preparations. Try taking out time from your leisure timings and prepare for
logical reasoning in a fully relaxed manner. Do this for 1-2 weeks and see how it goes. For sure, you will be in a much better position. And this will indirectly boost your confidence while doing PCM preparations too.
(Have a look at the BITSAT book reviewed by @Yamini_Bandi - you will find it in the books review thread )
English proficiency. To be honest, its not going to be easy. Its not going to be tough either. But yes, definitely not going to be easy - and this is going to be the same for almost all candidates. So, everyone is going to be in the same boat. It will be testing your
vocabulary. And this is something that one won't be able to "improve much" in 2-3 months (considering you all are going to be preparing for PCM subjects too - if you were preparing for just this portion, then yes, its possible). So, here you will have to again "look at things in a systematic manner". Best approach would be to first have a look at the kind of questions that have been coming from this portion and try to answer these yourselves without taking anyones else's help. This week , when you get some free time, solve the questions from the
English proficiency portion of at least 3 previous year papers. Then refer the solutions and check how many of them you answered correctly. Again, do this in a very chilled out manner.
Try this for 1-2 weeks and let us know how it goes.