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International Science Olympiad (ISO)

International Science Olympiad (ISO) - 2020-2021

International Science Olympiad (ISO) exam is a global Olympiad competition where students from different schools across countries can take part. It gives budding talent a platform to test their skill sets. Such exams make students ready for national as well as international competitions. Indian Talent Olympiad (ITO) conducts Science Olympiad which is one of the best & most proficient Olympiads which nurtures the aspiring talent. The Indian Talent Olympiad (ITO) team conducting Olympiad exams consists of professionals from various science fields who understand the exact requirement of students.

The test questions are based on applied science. It uplifts existing knowledge of students on different topics of physics, chemistry and biology. This exam has two levels.


International Science Olympiad (ISO) is Two Level Exam
  • The test is organized in the respective schools of the participants during the school hours
  • All the students of classes 1st to 10th are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 1: All the students of classes 1st to 10th are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 2: Selected students from 1st Level will compete for top positions in a 2nd level examination.

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International Science Olympiad (ISO) Prizes
  • Prizes for State Level
    • Rank 1 to Rank 10 - Merit Certificate + Gold Medal + Scholarships
    • 8thYear Scholarship of Excellence in Science (ISO) - 200Nos. - 4000
    • Rank 11 to Rank 25 Excellence Award + Medal.
  • Prizes for National Level
    • 1st prize of ₹ 1,00,000/- for 8 students
    • 2nd prize of ₹ 40,000/- for 10 students
    • 3rd prize of Laptop for 10 students
    • 4th prize of Tablet for 100 students
  • Class Topper & District Topper
    • 3 Students topping their standards (Class I to Class X) get Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals respectively.
    • 'District Topper' Award Medal will be given to the Top Performers on District Level.*
    • Special Recognition Certificates with Rank details & Students Report Booklet will be given to the students.

Exam Date for International Science Olympiad (ISO) - 2020
  • Level - 1
    • ISO Level 1 Exam Date: Slot 1: 7th December 2020 / Slot 2: 1st February 2021
    • Venue: participating schools
  • Level - 2
    • ISO Level 2 Exam Date: February-March 2020
    • Venue: participating schools

Exam Pattern and Syllabus of International Science Olympiad (ISO)
  • The language medium is English only.
  • The questions will be of objective type in nature with multiple choice answers.
  • There is no negative marking.
ISO Class 1 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 35
    • Total Marks: 35
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad(ISO) - Class 1 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Me and my body, Our needs, Means of transport, Plants and animal around us, Good habits, The earth and the sky,
    • No. of Questions: 22
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 3
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Patterns, Grouping of Figures, Ranking Test, Measuring Units, Geometric Shapes, Odd one out, Analogy, Spatial Understanding, Symmetry
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 10
ISO Class 2 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 35
    • Total Marks: 35
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad(ISO) - Class 2 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Know your body, Plants around us, Animals around us, Food, Clothing and shelter, Festival and celebration, Transport and Communication, Occupation, Good habits and safety rule, Air, Water and Weather, Earth and Sky
    • No. of Questions: 22
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 3
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Patterns, Grouping of Figures, Ranking Test, Measuring Units, Geometric Shapes, Odd one out, Analogy, Coding Decoding, Symmetry, Embedded Figures
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 10
ISO Class 3 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 35
    • Total Marks: 35
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad(ISO) - Class 3 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Human body, Living and Non-living, Plants, Animals, Birds, Food, Housing and Clothing, Transport and Communication, Weather and sky, Light and Sound
    • No. of Questions: 22
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 3
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Alphabet test, Number series, Analogy and Classification, Ranking test, Logical sequence of words and letters, Coding decoding, Blood relations, Direction sense test, Mirror Image, Geometrical shapes, Grouping, Embedded, Days and dates and possible
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 10
ISO Class 4 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 35
    • Total Marks: 35
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad(ISO) - Class 4 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Me and my body, Our needs, Means of transport, Plants and animal around us, Good habits, The earth and the sky
    • No. of Questions: 22
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 3
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Alphabet, Number series, Analog and Classification, Ranking, Logical sequence, Coding decoding, Paper Folding and Cutting, Bold relations, Direction sense, Mirror Image, Geometrical shapes, Grouping, Embedded, Days and Dates and possible
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 10
ISO Class 5 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 5 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Solar system, Environment and Us, Natural resources, All about crop, Force, work, and energy, Fuels and energy, States of Matter, Busy at Work - our internal organs, Community and health hygiene, Sense and emotion, Disease and its prevention
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Analogy, Mirror and Water Images, Direction Sense, Ranking, Puzzle, Coding-Decoding, Venn Diagram, Series, Blood Relations, Figure Matrix, Mathematical Operations, Alphabet test, Cubes and Dice
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 15
ISO Class 6 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 6 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Substances in daily use, Separation of mixtures, Changes around us, Living organism and its classification, Movement in living beings, Food and nutrition, Classification of materials, Light, Electric circuits, Magnetism, Measurement and Distance, Motion, Air
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Series Completion and Alphabet Number, Analogy, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense, Logical Venn Diagrams, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking, Cubes and Dice
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 1
ISO Class 7 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 7 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Classification of substances, Acids, Bases and Salts, Organisation of living things, Food, Adaptation, Reproduction in living things, Control and co-ordination, Circulation, Heat, Electricity, Sound and its propogation, Light propogation, Water, Natural resources and Clamities, Waste water management
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Series Completion and Alphabet Number, Analogy, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense, Logical Veen Diagrams, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figure and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 15
ISO Class 8 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 8 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Biological Diversity, Structure of cell, Respiration, properties of substance. Structure of an atom, Metal and non-metal, Chemical reaction, Atmospheric pressure, Light, Energy and its forms, Soil and agriculture, Air and its pollution, Disease, Stars and our solar system
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Question - Syllabus as per Section 1
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Series Completion and Alphabet Number, Analogy, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense, Logical Venn Diagrams, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 15
ISO Class 9 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 9 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Life around us, Food and Health, Crop and its management, Unit of life, Reproduction, Matter and its properties, Energy and Work, Music, Friction and force, Motion and its laws, Gravitation, Sun, Solid waste management
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Section
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Series Completion and Alpha Numeric, Analogy, Classificatioin, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Puzzle Test, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Alphabet Test, Ranking, Mathematical Operations
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 15
ISO Class 10 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 50
    • Time allowed: 65 minutes
  • International Science Olympiad (ISO) - Class 10 Syllabus:
    Section Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    • Subjective
      • Acid, base, salt, Life's internal secret, How do organisms reproduce, Wonders of life, Regulators, Mapping of genes, School of element, Amazing world of carbon compound, Metals and Non-metals, Electromagnetism, Our environment and management
    • No. of Questions: 30
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 30
    2.
    • High Order Thinking Section
      • High Order Thinking Section
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 5
    3.
    • Logical Reasoning
      • Series Completion and Alpha Numeric, Analogy, Classification, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Puzzle Test, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Digrams, Alphabet Test, Ranking, Mathematical Operations
    • No. of Questions: 15
    • Marks per Question: 1
    • Total Marks: 15

Sample Papers for International Science Olympiad (ISO)
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