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Standard VI


  • The Olympiad Examinations are based on the internationally harmonized syllabus for each subject. Questions in the examinations are mainly based on the school syllabus of the student. For the benefit of the students, WOA has provided detailed syllabi for each standard and we recommend looking into the syllabus before appearing in the exams.

  • All the examinations will be based on the objective type questions. There is no negative marking for any wrong answer.

Olympiad pattern for standard 6


World Mathematics Olympiad (WMO)

1. Numbers
Large numbers like Millions, Billions, Trillions, etc. Comparison of large numbers, place values in the large numbers, estimation to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, estimation of sum and difference, rounding off a number. whole numbers, natural numbers, use of number line, predecessor and successor of large numbers

2. LCM and HCF
Factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers, factors and common multiples, prime factorization, calculation of HCF and LCM, etc., divisibility of a number

3. Geometry and Elementary Shapes
Basic geometry, point, line, line segment, parallel lines, ray, curves, polygons, angles, circles, triangles, quadrilateral, etc. various designs and shapes, right and straight angles, acute, obtuse and reflex angles, perpendicular lines, classification of triangles, the bisector of an angle, the perpendicular bisector of a line segment

4. Integers
Introduction to integers, ordering of integers, addition of integers, etc., representation of integers on the number line, addition and substation of integers using number lines.

5. Fractions and Decimals
Fraction on number line, knowledge of proper fractions, equivalent fractions, like fractions, comparing like or unlike fractions, adding or subtracting like fractions, etc., the value of decimals in numbers, uses of decimals in tenths, hundredths, etc., application of the decimals in real-life applications like money and weight, introduction of percentage.


6. Data Management
Management of big data, concepts of recording, organizing, and drawing of the graphical data, calculation of the values with the help of the data in the pictograph form, line graph, bar graph.

7. Mensuration
Calculating various shapes, designs, and figures with the help of their area and volume, perimeter, area, and their measurement of the basic shapes like square and rectangle.

8. Algebra
Introduction to algebra and its uses in mathematical problems, use of variables in the common expressions, finding the value of a variable, equation forming, and solution of simple equations.

9.  Ratio

Concept of ratio and proportion their uses, examples for ratio and proportion, unitary method.



Symmetry and its real-life applications, lines of symmetry (single and multiple), reflection, and symmetry


11. Logical Reasoning

logical reasoning and critical thinking, sequencing of patterns and numbers

World English Olympiad (WEO)

1. Grammar, vocabulary, comprehension, writing skill, writing paragraphs based on the given
picture, questions from a given paragraph, questions related to daily life, etc.
2. The grammar section includes;

  • Articles

  • Punctuations

  • Voice

  • Pronouns

  • Comparison

  • Vocabulary

  • Adjectives

  • Parts of A Sentence

  • Verbs

  • Phrases

  • Tenses

  • Clauses

  • Adverbs

  • Types of Sentences

  • Parts of Speech

  • Prepositions

  • Question Tags

  • Nouns

  • Conjunctions

  • Direct and Indirect Speech

3. Following are the topics covered for the Comprehension and Composition

  • Paragraph Writing

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Informal Letter Writing

  • Essay Writing

  • Formal Letter Writing

  • Precis Writing

  • Notice Writing

  • Diary Entry

  • Message Writing

  • Dialogue Writing

  • Story Writing

4. Logical reasoning, basic logics, pattern, alphabet, and word sequencing

World Science Olympiad (WSO)

1. Food: Source and Components
Herbivores, carnivores and omnivore, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and fibers,
balanced diet, food deficiency disease and disabilities

2. Fibers: Types and Production
Natural and synthetic fibers, steps involved in fiber to fabrics, production of cotton, jute, and wool

3. Classification and Separation Of Materials Around Us
Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque objects, Different modes of separation: Handpicking, Threshing, Winnowing, Sieving, Sedimentation, Decantation and filtration

4. Changes in Surroundings
Reversible and Irreversible changes, expansion, contraction, evaporation, and melting

5. Plants and Their Parts
Herbs, shrubs, and trees, plant parts and its function: root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit, leaf (petiole, vein, midrib, leaf venation and its types, photosynthesis), root (types: tap and fibrous), flower (sepal, petal, stamen, pistill)

human body skeleton and naming of different bones, types of joints in the human body rendering different kinds of motion, bone, muscle and cartilage, different animal body structures rendering different types of their movements e.g. bird, fishes, snakes, cockroaches, earthworms, snails.

7. Habitat and Adaptation
habitat and its types: aquatic and terrestrial, biotic and abiotic components of habitats, different habitats like desert, mountain, grassland, and ocean

8. Characteristics of Living things
Food, respiration, excretion, response to stimuli, reproduction, growth, and development

9. Motion & Measurement
What is motion, type of motion, rectilinear, non-rectilinear, oscillatory, and periodic motion, units and SI units

10. Light
Source and shadow, properties of light: rectilinear propagation and reflection, mirror

11. Electricity and Circuit
Cell and its terminals, bulb, open and close circuits, current, switch, conductor and insulator

12. Magnets
What is a magnet? magnetic and non-magnetic material, Poles of magnet and its use

13. Water and Air
Water distribution on earth, water cycle, groundwater, rainwater harvesting, air composition, respiration in aquatic animals, air pollution

14. Waste Management
Bio-degradable and non-bio-degradable wastes, recycling, vermicomposting, plastic, pollutions

15. Logical Thinking
Logical thinking, reasoning, sequencing of data and figures

World Cyber Olympiad (WCO)

1. Computer system and its parts
Different stages of computer development, Hardware and Software, different I/O devices, storage units, and their types, RAM and ROM, central processing units(CPU), computer languages in different generations, software, and its types, printer and its types

2. Introduction to MS Word
Text and paragraph formatting, inserting header, footer, shapes, images, and hyperlinks, drop cap and page column, mail merge, and different steps involved in the process, envelope, and labels

3. Introduction to MS Excel
Creating a table and quick analysis using different charts, sorting and filtering the data, Built-in functions and cell references, conditional formatting, workbooks and worksheets, and their protection.

4. Introduction to MS PowerPoint
Inserting images, audio, video, Word arts, etc. adding animations and transitions in slides, using slide master, changing themes and colour combinations within a theme

5. Introduction to HTML
HTML and its usage, Basic tags like head, title, body, h1, br,p, etc, form and Input tag, Empty and Container tags


6. Internet and Networks
Introduction to Internet and Intranet, Web browser, websites and web pages, Search engines, Using email, Pros and cons of social media sites, Networks, and its types, intranet and internet

7. Files and Folder Management
Creating files and folders, transferring files from one location/device to another location/device, Introduction to cloud storage, using g-drive to upload, organize and share the data, the meaning of different file formats i.e. jpeg, mp3, mp4, doc, Xls, etc., sharing a file on network

8. Logics and Reasoning
Logics, pattern and data sequence, what comes after/before, critical thinking

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