SOF - NSO Level 2 Sample Papers for Class 6

Class 6 sample paper & practice questions for the level 2 of National Science Olympiad (NSO) are given below. Syllabus for level 2 is also mentioned for these exams. You can refer these sample paper & quiz for preparing for the exam.

Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 Q.6 Q.7 Q.8 Q.9 Q.10

Q.1

Why do you feel cool after you start sweating?

a)

Evaporation of water droplets

b)

Condensation of water droplets

c)

Freezing of water droplets

d)

Solidification of salts in the water droplets

Q.2

Take two samples, one of oil and other of water. Mix the two, you would observe that ________

a)

They are soluble

b)

Oil floats on water

c)

Water  floats on oil

d)

None of these

Q.3

Which process is used to separate a pure solid from a solid-liquid solution?

a)

Simple distillation

b)

Crystallisation

c)

Filtration

d)

Sedimentation and decantation

Q.4

Rahul put an object in front of a beam of light and noticed that a dark sharp shadow was immediately formed. What type of object did he place in front of the light?

a)

A transparent object

b)

A translucent object

c)

An opaque object

d)

A flexible object

Q.5

Which is the most abundant element in the earth's crust?

a)

Nitrogen

b)

Oxygen

c)

Silicon

d)

Hydrogen

Q.6

Look at the figure shown below.
Why is sealing wax filled in the space between the terminals of a bulb?



a)

To prevent the escape of air inside the bulb.

b)

To prevent the contact between the two terminals.

c)

To have a better contact of terminals with one another.

d)

To give support to the supporting wires holding the filament.

Q.7

Which of the following is the characteristic feature of parallel venation?

a)

Veins form a network on the leaf

b)

Veins run parallel to the midrib

c)

Veins run horizontal to the midrib

d)

Veins crisscross each other to form an irregular pattern

Q.8

Which of the following is an irreversible change?

a)

A toy aeroplane made my folding paper.

b)

Baking of roti.

c)

A balloon changes its size and shape on blowing air into it.

d)

Melting of wax

Q.9

'X' is a liquid that is partly soluble in liquid 'Y'. Equal volumes of each liquid are taken in two jars as shown below.
What of the following jars shows the most likely outcome if the two liquids are mixed?



a)
b)
c)
d)

Q.10

Observe the figure given below.
Identify X, Y and Z.



a)

X: Opaque body
Y: Light source
Z: Shadow

b)

X: Light source
Y: Opaque body
Z: Light source

c)

X: Light source
Y: Opaque body
Z: Shadow

d)

X: Opaque body
Y: Shadow
Z: Light source

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Answers to Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
Q.1 )aQ.2 )bQ.3 )bQ.4 )cQ.5 )bQ.6 )bQ.7 )bQ.8 )bQ.9 )bQ.10 )a

Answers to Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:

Q.1 : a | Q.2 : b | Q.3 : b | Q.4 : c | Q.5 : b | Q.6 : b | Q.7 : b | Q.8 : b | Q.9 : b | Q.10 : a

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