Will Olympiad be held in 2021?

In the academic year 2020-21, IGKO – International General Knowledge Olympiad exam will be held on following dates, (Date One – 16th & 17th October 2021) & (Date Two – 13th & 14th November 2021) Schools may choose any one date for conducting the IGKO exam. There will be separate question papers for all the dates.

When can I register for Olympiad 2021?

Olympiad Registration 2021 can be done by online as well as offline mode.

Olympiad Exams.

Name of the Olympiad Eligibility Exam Date
IMO Class 1 to 12 23rd Nov, 9th Dec & 16th Dec 2021
IEO Class 1 to 12 28th Oct, 9th Nov & 18th Nov 2021
IGKO Class 1 to 10 21st Oct 2021, 11th Nov 2021
NSTSE Class 2 to 12 To be Notified

What is the date of Olympiad exam 2021?

1ST LEVEL EXAMS

OLYMPIAD DATE 1
SOF National Science Olympiad (SOF NSO) Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th Nov 2021
SOF International Mathematics Olympiad (SOF IMO) Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th Dec 2021
SOF National Cyber Olympiad (SOF NCO) Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd Jan 2022

How do I register for Olympiad 2021?

Registration of Students: The SOF NSO is open to the students of classes 1 to 12. Prospectus containing the Registration forms are sent to all schools registered with SOF. Schools not registered may also request for prospectus by sending an e-mail at info@sofworld.org / phone call.

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Can we give Olympiad exam online?

Students can now take Online Olympiad Exams and Offline Olympiad Exams. Students of class 1 to 10 can now participate in the Olympiad Exams of 2021-22.

What is class rank in Olympiad?

CRITERIA FOR RANKING- SINGLE LEVEL OLYMPIAD EXAMS:

In case two or more students score same number of marks, ranks will be determined on the basis of marks scored in sections accorded more priority. In case two or more students score same marks under both the criteria above, they will be awarded the same rank.

Which is the best Olympiad?

Olympiad Exams – List of Top 5 Conducting Bodies (India)

  • International Science Olympiad (ISO)
  • International Maths Olympiad (IMO)
  • English International Olympiad (EIO)
  • General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)
  • International Computer Olympiad (ICO)
  • International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)
  • National Essay Olympiad (NESO)

Are SOF Olympiads good?

NSO, NCO, IMO and IEO are really good Olympiads. SOF might be conducting these Olympiads for the sake of money, but these Olympiads do not lag behind in developing the passion of students to study. IMO isn’t like RMO. RMO checks the thinking capability of a student while IMO checks the solving capability of a student.

Is Silverzone Olympiad good?

It is a very good Olympiad conducted by silverzone. Many students take part in it. There are different kind of silverzone Olympiad such as IIO(international informatics Olympiad),IOM(for maths),IOS( science) and many more. Students are get to know about questions which are above their level.

Is NSO easy?

NSO questions are not straight conceptual questions, they are tricky ones and test your ability in applying concepts for solving the question. There are questions in the NSO Question Paper that need thorough analysis, even if you know the concept but are not able to decode the question, the question appears difficult.

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How do I check my 2021 Olympiad results?

Below, we have given some simple steps to check SOF exam results 2021.

  1. Visit the official website: sofworld.org.
  2. On the home page, look for the “Level 1 SOF results 2021′ link, click on it. …
  3. Select respective exam from the drop-down list of SOF olympiad results 2021.
  4. Enter the student’s roll number in the given format.

Is SOF registration free?

Schools in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan & Nepal pay to SOF a registration fee of INR Rs 125* (including GST) per student / Olympiad towards the cost of the examination. … No fee is payable for student(s) suffering from any major physical disability, or an Indian student whose parent was martyred during defence operations.

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