National Science Olympiad (NSO) 2014 - National Science Olympiad (NSO), a national level scholarship/fellowship/Olympiad programme, is conducted by Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) to motivate children towards Science education.
SOF, a non-profit organization, conducts NSO exam every year to popularize Science education among school children.
NSO Level 1 is conducted on two dates every year. Schools can select any of the two dates for conducting the exam as per their suitability. Different question papers are made for both the exam dates.
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Recently, SOF announced to conduct NSO 2014 on Nov 12 and Nov 25, 2014.
NSO will be conducted in two stages – Stage 1 and Stage 2, as per NSO marking scheme and paper pattern declared by SOF.
Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) has also announced revised paper pattern and marking scheme for NSO to be held in upcoming months.
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Exam Name: National Science Olympiad
Commonly known as: NSO
Exam Type: National Level
Exam Category: Scholarship/Fellowship/Olympiad
Conducting organization: Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF)
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NSO 2014 Application Form - For NSO, students are registered through their respective schools only. The schools registered with SOF send the complete NSO Application Form of their students to the foundation by the due date every year. Every school can register a minimum of 10 students.
A copy of the students' Roll Numbers generated as per SOF guidelines, Registration Sheet (SRS) and School Registration Form (SRF) are sent to the Foundation by the due form submission date.
NSO 2014 Eligibility Criteria - Students of Class 2 to Class 12 are eligible for NSO, as per NSO Eligibility Criteria. Duly filled application forms of eligible students are sent by their respective schools to the SOF.
NSO 2014 Selection Process - NSO is conducted in two levels. Level 1, a written objective-type test comprising questions from various domains, is conducted at the schools during school hours. Top 5% of candidates from every class in the merit list of Level 1 exam are called for Level 2 exam. The students who qualify the Level 2 round are selected for NSO scholarship/fellowship.
NSO 2014 Paper Pattern - Level 1: Participants have to appear in a written objective-type test of 60 minutes duration carrying 35 multiple-choice questions of 40 marks for class 2 to class 4 and 50 multiple-choice questions of 60 marks for class 5 to class 12. Question paper carries questions from Mental Ability, Logical and Logical Reasoning, Science and Achievers’ Section.
Level 2: For class 3 to class 4 students, a total of 35 questions of 40 marks and for class 5 to class 10, a total of 50 questions of 60 marks are asked from Science and Achievers Section. For class 11 and class 12, a total of 50 questions of 60 marks are asked from Physics & Chemistry, Achievers Section and Mathematics/Biology.
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I am sorry. Please do not post such information on online Q&A portals given the concerns over sensitiveness of such information.
Hence, I wont be checking your results.
The results of NSO-2019 Level 1 have been published and are available on their official site (link given below)
Enter your roll number and and answer a simple question to view your result.
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If your child gets rank below 25 ,they will be given medal of distinction. The international top 3 rank holders will be given award based on their international performance. The zonal rankers will be given zonal awards. School rankers will be given school awards.
Awards for level 2 performance :
Rank 1:Rs. 50,000 each + gold medal + certificate of outstanding performance.
Rank 2: Rs. 25,000 /- each + silver medal + certificate of outstanding performance.
Rank 3: Rs. 10,000/- each + bronze medal + certificate of outstanding performance.
For the students who ever appeared for exam will be given a certificate of participation. Hope this is useful.
Ayush, it has to be NSO. NEET is the entrance examination for admission to Medical, Dental, Ayush and Veterinary Courses across India. Now NSO is a competitive exam conducted for cultivating scientific reasoning and logical ability. This needs an indepth knowledge of science. But once someone prepares for NSO, appearing for NEET becomes easier because the preparation is extensive. You get a deep understanding of the basics and so at later stages, preparing for NEET becomes easier.
Kindly mention which class NSO and IMO you are talking about.
Practising NCERT and your school books question is advisable. Download previous year questions, and some preparatory books ussually MCQs of science. When talking about IMO, since most of the portion is mathematics, practising many books as well as other competitions papers can be an option. There are several other exams such as NTSE, NSTSE, RMO(for 10th), and many more. It is important to remember that the topics will be the same as that of the school syllabus however the level will be upgraded, therefore, try practising tricky and more logical questions of that topic.
For NSO, science is involved learning NCERT will be extremely beneficial especially for biology and chemistry related questions.
Try solving Mental ability questions from legit books, and forget to solve sample papers and previous year papers. Download from here:
hope this helps
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