Standard VII
QUESTION PATTERN

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.
EXAM SYLLABUS
World Mathematics Olympiad (WMO)
1. Integers
Integers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers, integers on the number line
2. Fractions and Decimals
Fractions, multiplication and division of fractions, decimals, multiplication and division of decimals, conversion of a fraction to a decimal and vice versa
3. Data Management
Collection of data, organization of data, representative values, arithmetic mean, median and mode, use of bar graphs with a different purpose, introduction to probability
4. Simple Equations
Making an equation, solution to an equation, simple equations in practical life
5 Lines and Angles
Line, line segment, pair of lines, parallel lines, perpendicular line, angle, types of angles, right and straight angles, acute, obtuse, and reflex angles
6. Triangle and Congruence
Types of triangles, exterior angle of a triangle and its property, angle sum property for a triangle, equilateral and isosceles triangles, rightangled triangles and Pythagoras property, congruence of plane figures, congruence among line segments, angles, and triangles
7. Percentage
Equivalent ratios, percentage, use of percentages, profit and loss, simple interest
8. Rational Numbers
Rational numbers, positive and negative rational numbers, rational numbers on a number line, comparison of rational numbers finding rational numbers between two rational numbers, addition subtraction of rational numbers
9. Perimeter, Area, and Volume
Area and perimeter of squares and rectangles, triangle, parallelogram and circles, conversion of units, faces, edges, and vertices, different sections of a solid
10. Algebra
Terms of an expression, line and unlike terms, monomials, binomials, trinomials, and polynomials, operations (addition and subtraction) of algebraic expressions, finding an expression, use of algebraic expressions  formulas and basic rules
11 . Exponents and Power
Exponents, laws of exponents, decimal number system, expressing large numbers in the standard form
12. Symmetry
Lines of symmetry (single and multiple) for regular shapes, reflection and symmetry, rotational symmetry
13. 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;

Nouns

Punctuations

Voice

Pronouns

Comparison

Vocabulary

Adjectives

Parts of A Sentence

Verbs

Phrases

Tenses

Clauses

Adverbs

Types of Sentences

Parts of Speech

Prepositions

Question Tags

Articles

Conjunctions

Direct and Indirect Speech

Comprehension and Composition part includes;

Formal Letter Writing

Precis Writing

Notice Writing

Diary Entry

Message Writing

Dialogue Writing

Story Writing

Reading Comprehension

Paragraph Writing

Informal Letter Writing

Essay Writing
3. Logical Reasoning, basic logics, pattern, alphabet, and word sequencing
World Science Olympiad (WSO)
1. Modes of Nutrition in Plants
Autotrophs, heterotrophs, photosynthesis, chlorophyll, parasites, insectivorous plants, saprophytes, symbiosis relationship
2. Nutrition in Animal
Nutrition in human and detailed study of all parts involved during this process, digestion of cellulose, digestion in amoeba
3. Animal Fiber
All steps involved in making wool and silk, different stages of life of a silk moth
4. Heat: Transfer and Effects
Temperature, clinical and laboratory thermometer, conduction, convection, radiation, heat conductor and insulator, land breeze and sea breeze formation
5. Chemicals
Acids, bases and salts, natural indicators and their response to different chemicals, neutralisation, and its applications
6. Physical and Chemical Changes
Difference between physical and chemical changes, chemical changes, displacement reaction, rusting of iron, crystallisation, galvanisation
7. Weather and Adaptation
Elements of weather, climate, adaptation in polar region, adaptation in tropical rainforest
8. Natural Calamities
The reason behind damage due to storms, Formation of cyclone, Tornado, Precaution and Safety measures during cyclone, earthquake, tsunami
9. Soil and Forest
Soil profile, humus, decomposers, soil types, properties of soil, soil erosion, canopy, understory, forest as dynamic living entity
10. Respiration in Animal
Aerobic and anaerobic respiration, mechanism of breathing, human respiratory system, breathing in cockroach, breathing in earthworm, breathing underwater animals
11. Transportation in Animal and Plants
Human circulatory system, blood, and its different components, blood vessels and their types, heart and its parts, function of different parts of the heart, human excretory system in detail, xylem and phloem in plants, transpiration
12. Reproduction in Plants
Sexual and asexual reproduction in plants, vegetative propagation, budding, fragmentation, spore formation, flower as reproductive part of the plant, asexual and bisexual flowers, pollination, fertilisation, fruit and seed formation, different mode of seed dispersal
13. Motion and Speed
Uniform and nonuniform speed, unit of speed, measuring speed, speed as the slope of the distancetime graph, oscillatory motion, time period, and frequency
14. Electric Current and Effects
Symbols of different circuit components and circuit diagram, the heating effect of current, electric fuse, magnetic effect of current, electromagnet, and electric bells
15. Mirrors and Lenses
Properties of a plane mirror, spherical mirrors, real and virtual image, convex and concave lenses, image formation by lenses, white colour as a mixture of seven colours
16. Water
Distribution of water on earth, water cycle, water table and its depletion, reason of water table depletion and measures to avoid it, sewage water, wastewater treatment plant, different steps involved in treating wastewater
17. Logical Thinking
Logical thinking, reasoning, sequencing of data and figures
World Cyber Olympiad (WCO)
1. Software and Hardware
Basic and advanced knowledge about the software used in daytoday life such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint presentations, Publishers, Excel, Images, etc. knowledge about various features of these softwares. Basic and advanced knowledge about computer hardware such as RAM, ROM, Motherboard, cooling system, power units, etc.
2. Computer Viruses
Definition and examples, boot sector and program file viruses, harms and symptoms, Antivirus definition and example, forms of virus attacks, ways to prevent virus attacks
3. Number System
Need for number systems and examples of various number systems (decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal number system), digits and bases of different number systems, conversion of numbers in different number systems to decimal number system and vice versa
4. HTML and Photoshop
Text alignment, font tags, paragraph formatting tags, list tags, order and unordered lists, background colour and images, inserting images in webpages and its alignment, table creation, anchor tag, and hyperlink, DTP and its software, installing and starting Photoshop, creating and saving a new file, Photoshop tools, basics of layers, rearranging layers, applying a Layer Style and Flattening and saving files
5. Introduction to Multimedia
Component of Multimedia (Text, Sound (Audio), Images, Animation, Video), Requirement for Multimedia: Hardware requirements (Input Devices, Output Devices, Storage Devices) and software requirements, File Formats for Multimedia: Text Formats, Image Formats, Digital Audio File Formats, Digital Video File Formats, Multimedia Presentation: Types of Multimedia Presentation (Virtual, Slide Presentation, Web Pages), Applications of Multimedia: Education, Business Systems, Medical Services, Entertainment, Public Places, Multimedia Conferencing
6. Network and Internet
Network and its components (sender, receiver, medium), Different networks ( LAN, MAN, WAN, PAN, CAN, ), Internetrelated terms(URL, ISP, IP address, DNS, webpage, website, web portal, MODEM, switch, hub, router, gateways, link, hyperlink, hypertext, bandwidth), Protocols(HTTP, FTP, TCP/IP, IMAP, SMTP)
7. Unethical Practices and Safety Measures Related to the Internet
Introduction to terms like plagiarism, cyberbullying, hacking, phishing, spamming, piracy, etc. prevention measures, Firewall and its use, cyberlaw, backup and restore
8. Logics and Reasoning
Logical thinking, reasoning, sequencing of various patterns and numbers, etc.