Grade 6 - Science

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Grade 6 - Science

Science is an important subject. It is not just useful for academic purposes but it also helps us to understand many things in our day-to-day life. Our world is made up of scientific concepts that we need to understand. Science is a vast subject of study. Its important that the curriculum is designed in a very thoughtful way so that there is proper balance between important topics and students enagement.

Our Science curriculum is designed by experts in accordance with the latest pattern and curriculum followed by many Olympiads. Studying with our prescribed syllabus and solving enough assignments will prepare the students for their academic exams as well as for various Olympiads. 

Key Benefits

  • Course is structured to make students understand concepts in logical manner.
  • Learn from best teachers with strong academics and teaching experience.
  • Blended learning model for extended self-learning.
  • Comprehensive preparation for Olympiads.
  • Monthly tests to ensure students learning is on the right track.

Information on Olympiad exams

What is Olympiad examination?

Olympiad examinations at school level are competitive examination, based on the school syllabus, which are conducted through various independent organization. These exams give exposure to students about the competition and make them ready to face any competitive challenge that would be thrown upon them in the future.

Importance of Olympiad examination

Olympiad Examinations help to identify a child's capability and assessment of his/her real potential in competing in today's world. They also bring out the areas needing attention so that proper orientation can be given in areas lacking proficiency. In a nutshell, they are a platform for realistic assessment to prepare a child to face the modern competitive world.

Experts agree that "Early Age Competition" can be a "win" for Kids - but only if parents, coaches and teachers handle it well. The competition should be healthy, not harmful.

How to prepare for Olympiad exams?

Most of the Olympiad exams are conducted on the similar syllabus that Kid s are studying at school. It means that they do not require additional reference books for the preparation of these exams. However, at the same time questions asked in these exams are quite different than what kid s learn in the school. Questions are trickier and conceptual.

To excel in "Olympiad Exams", it is essential for the students to understand the exam pattern, evaluate and prepare themselves on the Olympiad standard question.

We at Roboprenr provides an objective and in-depth program for Olympiad Exam preparation.

    • Curriculum is designed to provide comprehensive coverage for ICSE, CBSE, IB & IGCSE boards and various Olympiads.

      Section 1- Academic


      1. Physical Quantities and measurement
      2. Forces
      3. Friction 
      4. Pressure
      5. Work and Energy
      6. Simple machines
      7. Electricity, circuits and magnetism
      8. Light, shadows and reflection


      1. Water
      2. Introduction to chemistry
      3. Common Laboratory Apparatus and Equipments
      4. Matter 
      5. Elements, compounds, symbol and Formulae
      6. Air and atmosphere
      7. Garbage in Garbage out
      8. Changes around us


      1. Living and non-living 
      2. Body movements
      3. Food and components of food
      4. Plants
      5. Animals
      6. Health and Hygiene
      7. Rock and soil
      8. Our environment
      9. Pollution and pollutants

      Section 2- Olympiad

      Verbal Reasoning

      1. Logical Order of Words
      2. Syllogism
      3. Analogy
      4. Blood Relation Test
      5. Series Completion
      6. Data Sufficiency
      7. Arithmetic Reasoning
      8. Verification of Truth
      9. Classification
      10. Character Puzzles
      11. Seating Arrangement
      12. Cube and Cuboid
      13. Logical Venn Diagrams
      14. Dice
      15. Direction Sense Test
      16. Coding Decoding
      17. Word Formation
      18. Eligibility Test
      19. Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test
      20. Matrix Coding

      Non-verbal Reasoning

      1. Completion of Series
      2. Analogy - Non Verbal
      3. Counting of Figures
      4. Mirror Images
      5. Water Images
      6. Embedded Figures
      7. Completion of Figures
      8. Figure Matrix
      9. Paper Folding
      10. Classification
      11. Grouping of Figures
      12. Paper Cutting
      13. Dot Situation
      14. Formation of Figures
      15. Square Completion
      16. Cubes and Dice


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