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Unicus English Olympiad (UEO)

The Unicus English Olympiad is held in one levels:

Level 1: The respective school is the venue for students appearing through schools. For those students who are registered as an individual will have to take exam from home or from institute having computer with good internet connectivity and webcam

The Level 1 exam is an objective-type test having duration of 60 minutes comprising of 35 objective-type questions for class 2, 40 objective-type questions for classes 3 to 5 and 50 objective-type questions for classes 6 to 11.

The exam consists of two sections:

Section-1: Questions related to practical concepts of English Language

Section-2: Questions on High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)

Marking Scheme

Classes (Year 2020-21)

Sections

Total Questions

Marks per Question

Total Marks

2nd

Classic Section - Class 1

30

1

30

Scholar Section - Class 1

5

2

10

Grand Total

35

 

40

3rd to 5th

Classic Section - Previous Class

23

1

23

Classic Section - Previous to Previous Class

7

1

7

Scholar Section - Previous Class

7

2

14

Scholar Section - Previous to Previous Class

3

2

6

Grand Total

40

 

50

6th to 11th

Classic Section - Previous Class

28

1

28

Classic Section - Previous to Previous Class

12

1

12

Scholar Section - Previous Class

7

2

14

Scholar Section - Previous to Previous Class

3

2

6

Grand Total

50

 

 

60

Schedule for 2020-2021 examination

The exam will be held on 01st & 12th May 2020

Benefits:

  • It is a Summer Olympiad and the first Olympiad based on previous years' conceptual understanding.
  • The online exam will be proctored using webcam.
  • In both, online and offline exams, the students can View & Challenge the answers. Hence, providing them transparency of their result.
  • 3 online Mock Tests including a Free Trial.
  • Pen/paper (offline) exam available only to students registering through School.
  • It is conceptualized by alumni of IIT Delhi, Stanford University, University of Chicago and Oxford University.
  • There will be only one level of exam with NO negative marking.

 

For latest updates, please visit the official site at https://www.unicusolympiads.com/ueo.

Check Class-wise Syllabus here:

Classic Section: Words : Their Meanings and Opposites; Identify the Word From the Picture, Making a Word; Jumbled Letters; Feminine and Masculine; One and Many; Word Pairs, Odd One Out; Animals: Their Babies; Sounds and Groups; Nouns; Verbs; Articles; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry).

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Words : Their Meanings and Opposites; Identify the Word From the Picture, Making a Word, Word Pairs, Odd One Out; Jumbled Letters; Feminine and Masculine; One and Many; Nouns, Pronouns; Verbs, Adverbs; Collocations; Adjectives, Prepositions; Articles, Conjunctions; Contractions, Punctuation; Simple tenses; Spellings, Words related to animals and their sounds, groups, Clothes, Body parts, Basic emotions, Food, etc; Proverbs and Phrase Pairs; Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like Stories, Short Dialogues, Etc. Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Texts Like Messages, Invitations, Etc; Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Thanking, Greeting, Asking for Permission, Introducing (oneself), Etc; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry).

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Word Power & Jumbled Words and Sentence Creation: Homophones, Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, household things, clothes, basic emotions, food, animals, pets, etc; Gender and Relations; Singular-Plural and One Word Substitution; Synonyms and Antonyms; Verbs, Adverbs; Contractions; Adjectives; Articles and Prepositions; Simple Tenses - Present and Past; Conjunctions and Punctuations; Questions and Question Tags; Comprehension (Stories and Poetry): Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like Stories, Anecdotes, Etc; Understand Information Through Pictures, Time-Table Format, Etc; Spoken and Written Expressions: Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Texts Like Messages, Invitations, Etc.; Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations in Functions Like Apology, Greeting, Introduction, Request, Etc; Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like Stories, Short Dialogues, Etc. Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Texts Like Messages, Invitations, Etc; Ability To Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Thanking,Greeting, Asking For Permission, Introducing (oneself), Etc.

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Word Power & Jumbled Words and Sentence Creation: Homophones, Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, household things, clothes, basic emotions, food, animals, pets, etc.; Gender and Relations; Synonyms and Antonyms; Singular-Plural and One Word Substitution; Proverbs and Phrase Pairs; Nouns and Pronouns; Verbs and Adverbs; Adjectives;Articles and Prepositions; Contractions; Conjunctions and Punctuations; Comprehension (Stories and Poetry): Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like Stories, Anecdotes, Etc; Understand Information Through Pictures, Time-Table Format, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expressions: Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Texts Like Messages, Invitations, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Apology, Greeting, Introduction, Request, Etc.; Tenses - Simple, Present and Continuous.

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Word Power & Jumbled Words and Sentence Creation : Collocations, spellings, words related to animals, household things, clothes, basic emotions, food, animals, etc.; Synonyms and Antonyms; Nouns and Pronouns;Verbs and adverbs, Contractions, Phrasal Verbs; Adjectives; Articles and Prepositions; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry): Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like Stories, Anecdotes, Etc.; Understand information Through Pictures, Time-Table Format, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Texts Like Messages, Invitations, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability To Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Apology, Greeting, Introduction, Request, Etc.; Tenses - Present - Perfect, Past - Simple, Continuous and Perfect; Passive Voice and Reported Speech; Short Composition (Notices and Messages), Composition Based on Visual Stimulus and Letter.

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Nouns and Pronouns; Verbs and Phrasal Verbs; Adverbs; Adjectives; Articles; Prepositions; Conjunctions; Punctuations; Tenses - Present - Perfect, Past - Simple, Continuous and Perfect; Jumbled Words; Voice - Active and Passive and Reported Speech; Composition Based on Visual Stimulus and Letter; Letter (Formal and Informal); Short Composition: Notice, Message, Post Card, Diary Entry, Newspaper Report and Poster Making; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry); Spoken and Written Expression.

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Nouns and Pronouns; Verbs and adverbs; Articles and Prepositions; Conjunctions and Punctuations; Adjectives; Tenses; Reported Speech; Voice - Active and Passive and Narration; Short Composition: Notice, Message, Post Card, Diary Entry, Newspaper Report and Poster Making; Letter (Formal and Informal); Sentences and Sentence Sequencing; Jumbled Words; Spellings, Collocations and Words related to Travel, Locations, Activities, Homonyms and Homophones, etc. Synonyms and Antonyms; One Word Substitutions, Proverbs, Facts and Opinions; Phrasal Verbs and Idioms, Modals, Word order; Analogies; Short Composition (Notices, Messages and Letters): Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like News Stories, Brochures, Formal and Informal Letters and Advertisements. Understand Information Given In News Reports, Brochures, Ltinerary, Etc.; Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Short Narratives, Biographies, Notices and Messages, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability To Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Requesting And Refusing, Apologies and Stating of Preferences and Expression of Intent, Etc.; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry)

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Nouns and Pronouns; Verbs and adverbs; Adjectives, Determiners; Articles and Prepositions; Prepositional Phrases, Participle Phrases; Spellings, Collocations and Words related to Travel, Locations, Activities, Homonyms and Homophones, Synonyms, Antonyms, etc.; Analogies and Spellings; Jumbled Words; One Word Substitutions, Proverbs, Facts and Opinions and Idioms; Phrasal Verbs and Idioms, Modals, Word order; Tenses; Conjunctions and Punctuations; Sentences and Sentence Sequencing; Voices and Narration; Question Tags; Short Composition (Notices, Messages and Letters): Search for and retrieve information from various text types like News stories, Brochures, Formal and informal letters and advertisements; Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in short narratives, Biographies, Notices and Messages etc.; from various text types like News reports, Blurb, Dictionaries, etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Requesting and Refusing, Apologies and Stating of Preferences and Expression of Intent, Etc.; Understand Information Given in News Reports, Brochures, Itinerary, Etc.; Words Related to Leisure, Household Items/Issues, Social Causes, Outdoor Locations and Activities, Etc.; Understand Information Presented in Instruction Manual Format, Message Format and Others; Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Longer Texts Like Editorials, Essays, Etc.; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability To Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Requesting, Giving Information, Expressing Surprise, Pronunciation; Etc.; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry).

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Nouns and Pronouns; Verbs, Adverbs and Adjectives; Articles and Prepositions; Conjunctions and Determiners; Prepositions, Prepositional Phrases, Participle Phrases; Tenses; Voices and Narration - Question Tags; One Word Substitutions, Proverbs and Phrasal Verbs, Concord, Question Forms, Conditionals, Modals, Reported Speech. Collocations, Idioms; Jumbled Words and Punctuations; Sentences and Sentence Sequencing; Understand Information Presented In Instruction Manual Format, Message Format and Others; Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Longer Texts Like Editorials, Essays, Etc.; Search For and Retrieve Information From Various Text Types Like News reports, Blurb, Dictionaries, Etc.; Synonyms and Antonyms, Homonyms, Homophones, Words Related To Social Cause, Travel, Workplace, Etc.; Analogies and Spellings; One word substitutions, Phrasal Verbs and Idioms or Proverbs; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations In Fnunctions Like Requesting, Giving Information, Expressing Surprise, Pronunciation Etc.; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry): Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific InformationIn Longer TextsLike Editorials, Essays; Composition

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

Classic Section: Nouns and Pronouns; Nouns (Nominalisation, Countable and Uncountable); Adverbs and Adjectives; Articles and Prepositions; Conjunctions and Determiners; Verbs and Phrasal Verbs; Tenses; Voices and Narration; One Word Substitutions, Proverbs and Phrasal Verbs, Concord, Question forms, Conditionals, Modals, Reported speech. Collocations, Idioms; Sentences and Sentence Sequencing; Words Related to Leisure, Household Items/Issues, Social Causes, Outdoor Locations and Activities, Etc.; Jumbled Words and Punctuations; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Giving Advice, Stating Preferences, Discussing Probability, Making An Offer, Etc.; Synonyms and Antonyms, Homonyms, Homophones, Words Related To Weather, Countries, Language and people, Global problems, Words Related To Social Cause, Travel, Workplace, Etc.; Analogies and Spellings; One Word Substitutions and Idioms; Word Order; Spoken and Written Expression: Ability To Understand Situation-Based Variations In Functions Like Giving/Accepting Compliments, Agreeing, Disagreeing, Requesting, Seeking Information, Pronunciation, Etc.; Comprehension (Prose and Poetry): Acquire Broad Understanding Of and Look For Specific Information In Longer Texts Like Editorials, Essays; Composition.

Scholar Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Classic Section

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