Official Website : BIOM
Brilliant International Olympiad of Mathematics endeavours to assess the competency and prociency of the
students in the eld of Mathematics at national and international level every year. Its syllabus comprises
of the syllabus of CBSE/ICSE and various State Boards. The BiOM examination is purely based on Mathematics,
which provides ample opportunity to the students not only to test their skills but also sharpen them accordingly
and provide know-how about international standard. FCES recommends the competition for each and every student
who is studying Maths as their subject at the school. We assure that these exams will enhance the problem
solving skill of the students to a new high.
The medium for BiOM Examination is English and Hindi but books are available in English only.
ABOUT Test Paper
The language medium is English & Hindi only. The examination is being conducted for all classes from 1st to 12th with the following details.
- For Classes 1-2 : There will be 30 questions and the duration will be of 60 Minutes.
- For Classes 3-12 : There will be 40 questions and the duration will be of 60 Minutes.*
The details of the manner in which the test is to be conducted will be sent with the question papers. The questions will be of objective type in nature with multiple choice answers. There is no negative marking. For classes 3 to 12 OMR answer sheets will be provided, whereas for classes 1 and 2, question paper cum answer sheet shall be returned to Foundation with the answers marked by the students. The students of classes 3 to 12 are allowed to retain their question papers, whereas answer sheets shall be returned to the Foundation for checking and marking.
*Time Division
Participants from Class 3rd to 12th will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a
maximum of 60 minutes. Answer sheets cannot be submitted before the completion of 40 minutes. Participants should
try to submit the answer sheet, with maximum correct answers, at the earliest after the end of 40 minutes to get
the benet of the third tie-breaker** rule. The invigilator is expected to write the correct time in the appropriate
space provided in the answer sheet. As time is the third, not the rst/second tie-breaker rule, students are suggested
to focus on achieving maximum correct answers in an optimum time.
**Tie-breaker
Each question may not carry the same mark. In case of tie-up, preference will be given to the student who
has attempted a greater number of questions correctly. The second preference will be given to the following
respect: First computer related question and then every day Computer Science, reasoning etc.
The third preference will be given to the student, who has submitted the answer sheet earlier than the
others. Should the tie-up still exist, a telephonic interview will be conducted with the participants.
BIOM Exam Date
- Date of Examination:The BIOM 2016 will be held on October & December 2016 at participating schools.
Class 1
- No of questions: 30
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Skip counting, Back and Forth counting, Ones, Tens and Hundreds, Addition, Subtraction,
Comparison, time and calender, Money, Identification of Geometrical Figures, Number Series,
Measurement, Knowing Patterns, Everyday Mathematics
Class 2
- No of questions: 30
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands, Addition, Division, Subtraction, Time
and Calender, Multiplication, Geometrical Figures, Comparison, Number
Series, Money, Measurement, Knowing Patterns, Everyday Mathematics
Class 3
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
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Syllabus
- Number System, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Decimals, Time and
Calender, Money, Measurement, Pictograph, Lines Angles and Triangles, Comparisons, Number
Series, Knowing Patterns, Area and Perimeter of Geometrical Figures, Everyday Mathematics
Class 4
- No of questions: 50
- Time allowed : 40 minutes
Syllabus
- Number System, Operation on Numbers, Roman Numerals, Factors and multiples Fraction,
Decimals, Money, Unitary Method, Geometrical Concepts, Area and Perimeter of Geometrical
Figures, Graphical Representation of Data, Number Series, Everyday Mathematics
Class 5
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Number System, Operation on Numbers, Roman Numerals, Factors and
Multiples, HCF and LCM, Fraction, Decimals, Percentage, Geometrical Concepts,
Area and Perimeter of Geometrical Figures, Graphical Representation of Data,
Number Series, Mathematical Reasoning, Prabability, Everyday Mathematics
Class 6
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Number System and its Operation, Fractions and Decimals, LCM and HCF,
Ratio, Proportion and Unitary Method, Algebraic Expression, Linear Equation,
Percentage, Profit, Loss and Discount, Simple Interest and Compound Interest,
Line, Angles and Triangles, Perimeter, Area and Volume of Geometrical Figures,
Symmetry, Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, Probability, Everyday Mathematics
Class 7
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Number System and Its Operation, Simplification, Fractions and Decimals, Rational Numbers,
Exponents, Algebraic Expression, Linear Equation, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Simple and
Compound Interest, Probability, Data Handling, Mensuration, Line, Angles and Triangles,
Number Series, Ratio and Proportion, Mathematical Reasoning, Everyday Mathematics
Class 8
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Rational Number, Powers, Square and Square Root, Cube and Cube Root, Algebraic
Expression, Factorization, Linear Equation, Variation, Time and Work, Percentage, Profit
and Loss, Compound Interest and Simple Interest, Mensuration, Statistics, Probability,
Mathematical Reasoning and Logical Ability, Mathematical Reasoning, Everyday Mathematics
Class 9
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Real Numbers, Polynomials, Linear, Equation in Two Variables, Line, Angles
and Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Mensuration, Statistics, Probability, Mathematical
Reasoning and Logical Ability, Coordinate Geometry Circles, Everyday Mathematics
Class 10
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Number System, Polynomials, Linear Equation, Quadratic Equation, Coordinate Geometry,
Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Trigonometry, Circles, Triangles, Probability, Sequence and
Series, Mensuration, Mathematical Reasoning and Logical Ability, Sets, Everyday Mathematics
Class 11
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Sets, Relations and Functions, Coordinate Geometry:- Straight Line, Pair of Straight Line, Conic
Section, Basic Concept about 3 dimension (Solid Geometry), Sequence of Series, Complex
Number, Quadratic Equation and Expression, Binomial Theorem, Permutation and Combination,
Probability, Non-Verbal Reasoning (I.Q.), Central Tendency, Variance and Standard Deviation
Class 12
- No of questions: 40
- Time allowed : 60 minutes
Syllabus
- Relations and Functions, Binary Operation, Matrix and Determinants, Continuity and
Differentiability, Differentiation, Application of Derivatives, Inverse Trigonometric
Function, Indefinite and Definite Integration, Application of Integral, Differential
Equation.Coordinate Geometry, Solid Geometry :(Straight Line, Plane, Sphere),
Probability, Permutation and Combination, Central Tendency, Variance and Standard
Deviation, Random Variable and Its Distribution, Non-Verbal Reasoning (I.Q. Test)