Following the protocol of NEP (2020), NCF (2022), NCERT and CBSE guidelines, National and various State Boards for the convenience of schools and students, any change/reduction in the syllabi will be reflected in actual question papers.
Total Questions: 50
Time: 1 hr.
Section – 1 : Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning.
Section – 2 : Motion and Measurement of Distances, Light, Shadows and Reflections, Electricity and Circuits, Fun with Magnets, Our Environment (Water, Air Around us, Garbage in Garbage out), Sorting and Separation of Materials, Changes Around Us, The World of Living (Characteristics of Living Beings, Parts of Plants, Body Movements in Animals and Adaptation), Food and its Components, Fibre to Fabric.
Section – 3 : Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Section – 2.
NO. OF QUESTIONS
|1st to 4th||Section – 1: Logical Reasoning||5||1||5|
|Section – 2: Science||25||1||25|
|Section – 3: Achievers Section||5||2||10|
|5th to 10th||Section – 1: Logical Reasoning||10||1||10|
|Section – 2: Science||35||1||35|
|Section – 3: Achievers Section||5||3||15|
|11th & 12th||Section – 1: Physics & Chemistry||25||1||25|
|Section – 2: Achievers Section||5||3||15|
|Section – 3: Mathematics/Biology||20||1||20|
- Questions of level-I Olympiad exams will be 60% from the current class syllabus and 40% from the previous class syllabus, e.g. Class-7 NSO exam will have 60% questions from class-7 syllabus and 40% questions from class 6 syllabus.
- Questions of level-II Olympiad exams will be from current class syllabus only.
- Questions in ACHIEVERS SECTION will be from current class syllabus only.