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Unicus Science Olympiad Syllabus 2022

Unicus Science Olympiad is organized by the Unicus Olympiad which aims at enhancing the questioning curiosity of students through various Olympiad exams. Unicus Science Olympiad is a competitive exam conducted on the school syllabus annually. The USO syllabus 2022 is based on the Indian school curriculum which includes all recognized boards.

Unicus Science Olympiad Syllabus

USO Syllabus 2022 Highlights

Unicus Science Olympiad exam is a conceptual exam based on the previous year's class concepts. Here is a glimpse of USO 2022.

Unicus Science Olympiad Highlights

Classes 2-11

Particulars

Details

Sections

  • Classic section
  • Scholar section

Question type

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s)

Exam duration

1 Hour

Mode of examination

Written/ online

No. of questions

  • Class 2: 35 questions
  • Class 3-5: 40 questions
  • Class 6-11: 50 questions

Marking scheme

  • Classic section: 1 mark for each correct answer
  • Scholar section: 2 marks for each correct answer

Unicus Science Olympiad exam has two sections ie., the classic section and the scholar section. To attend the classic section students should have understood their concepts clearly whereas for the scholar section students should hold apply their conceptual understanding. The scholar section contains higher-order thinking questions where the syllabus is the same as the classic section given below.

Note: Unicus Olympiad has no negative marking for wrong or left-out answers.

USO Syllabus 2022

A list of topics to be covered by each class for the Unicus Science Olympiad is listed below.

Unicus Science Olympiad (USO) Syllabus

Classes

Topics

Class 2

  • Living and non-living things
  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Human beings and their needs
  • Good habits and safety rules
  • Air and water
  • Weather and the sky.

Class 3

  • 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.

Class 4

  • 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.

Class 5

  • 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. 

Class 6

  • 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.

Class 7

  • Human body and health
  • Natural resources and calamities
  • Earth and universe
  • Food and its component
  • Fiber to fabric
  • Sorting and separation of materials
  • Matter and changes around us
  • Living organisms and their surroundings
  • Motion and measurement of distance
  • Light, shadows, and reflection
  • Electricity and circuits
  • Fun with magnets
  • Our environment.

Class 8

  • Food and its components
  • Fiber 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.

Class 9

  • Synthetic fibers 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 time
  • Electric current and its chemical effect
  • Light, sound, force, and pressure
  • Crop production and management
  • Micro-organisms
  • Synthetic fibers and plastics
  • Metals and non-metals
  • Coal and petroleum
  • Heat, combustion, and flame
  • Conservation of plants and animals
  • Cell
  • Some natural phenomena, stars, and the solar system.

Class 10

  • Crop production and management
  • Micro-organisms
  • Synthetic fibers 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 the solar system
  • Light, sound, and pressure
  • Matter in our surroundings, mixtures, solutions, and colloids
  • Atoms, molecules, and structure of an 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

Class 11

  • Matter in our surroundings, mixtures, solutions, and colloids
  • Atoms, molecules, and structure of an 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

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