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, Force and Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Work and Energy, Sound, Matter in Our Surroundings, Is Matter Around Us Pure, Atoms and Molecules, Structure of the Atom, Cell-The Fundamental Unit of Life, Tissues, Diversity in Living Organisms, Why Do We Fall III, Natural Resources, Improvement in Food Resources.
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|
|11t & 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.