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Unicus Science Olympiad (USO)

The Unicus Science 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 applications of Science

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 05th & 15th 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/uso.

Check Class-wise Syllabus here:

Classic Section: Living and Non-living things; Plants; Animals; Human Beings and Their Needs; Good Habits and Safety Rules; Air and Water; Weather and The Sky.

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

Classic Section: Living and Non-living things; Plants and Animals; Good Habits and Safety Rules; Air, Water and Rocks; Weather, Earth and Universe; Human Body; Food; Housing and Clothing; Family and Festivals; Occupations; Transport and Communication.

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

Classic Section: Human Body; Our Environment; Food, Housing and Clothing; Family and Festivals; Occupations; Good Habits and Safety Rules; Air, Water and Rocks; Earth and Universe; Plants and Animals; Birds; Transport and Communication; Matter and Materials; Light, Sound and Force.

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

Classic Section: Plants and Animals; Birds; Housing and Clothing; Transport and Communication; Human Body; Earth and Universe; Matter and Materials; Light, Sound and Force; Our Environment; Food and Digestion; Force, Work and Energy.

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

Classic Section: Plants and Animals;Food and Clothing; Natural Resources and Calamities; Matter and Materials; Force, Work and Energy; Our Environment; Earth and Universe; Human Body and Health.

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

Classic Section: Human Body and Health; Natural Resources and Calamities; Earth and Universe; Food and Its Component; Fibre to Fabric; Sorting and Separation of Materials; Matter and Changes Around Us; Living Organisms and Their Surroundings; Motion and Measurement of Distancs; Light, Shadows and Reflection; Electricity and Circuits; Fun with Magnets; Our Environment.

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

Classic Section: Food and its Components; Fibre to Fabric; Sorting and Separation of Materials; Living Organisms and Their Surroundings; Fun with Magnets; Our Environment; Nutrition, Transportation and Respiration in Plants and Animals; Heat and Light; Acids, Bases and Salts; Physical and Chemical Changes; Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate; Winds, Storms and Cyclones; Natural Resources and their Conservation; Reproduction in Plants; Motion, Measurement of distances and Time; Electric Current and Its Effect.

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

Classic Section: Synthetic Fibres and Plastics; Physical and Chemical Changes; Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate; Natural Resources and their Conservation; Nutrition, Transportation, Respiration and Reproduction in Plants and Animals; Motion and ime; Electric Current and its Chemical Effect; Light, Sound, Force and Pressure; Crop Production and Management; Micro-organisms; Synthetic Fibres and Plastics; Metals and Non-metals; Coal and Petroleum; Heat, Combustion and Flame; Conservation of Plants and Animals; Cell; Some Natural Phenomena, Stars and Solar System.

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

Classic Section: Crop Production and Management; Micro-organisms; Synthetic Fibres and Plastics; Metals and Non-metals; Coal and Petroleum, Combustion and Flame; Conservation of Plants and Animals; Reproduction in Animals; Chemical Effects of Electric Current; Some Natural Phenomena, Stars and Solar System; Light, Sound and Pressure; Matter in our Surroundings, Mixtures, Solutions and Colloids; Atoms, Molecules and Structure of Atom; Cells and Tissues; Diversity in Living Organisms; Laws of motion and Gravitation; Force, Work and Energy; Why do we fall ill; Natural Resources; Improvement in Food Resources.

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

Classic Section: Matter in our Surroundings, Mixtures, Solutions and Colloids; Atoms, Molecules and Structure of Atom; Cell and Tissues; Diversity in Living Organisms; Laws of motion and Gravitation; Force, Sound, Work and Energy; Why do we fall ill; Natural Resources; Chemical Reactions and Equations; Acids, Bases and Salts; Metals and Non-metals; Carbon and Its Compounds; Periodic Classification of Elements; Life Processes and Heredity and Evolution; Light-Reflection and Refraction; Electricity and Magnetic Effects of Electric Current; Our Environment and Its Management; Improvement in Food Resources.

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

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