Syllabi and Dates of Scholastic Ability Tests for various Classes (201920)
Venue of the Scholastic Ability Tests : Acharya Vidya KulaAloka Road, Mysuru
Time : 10:00am. to 12:00 Noon.
*Kindly note : Admission to standards II, III and IV are not available for the year 201920. Seat availability for these classes will arise only if any students are withdrawn. (for further details contact  08212402150)
*SEAT AVAILABILITY CLASS V  2 SEAT AVAILABILITY CLASS VI  6 SEAT AVAILABILITY CLASS VII  8
Few seats are available for class VIII. Preference will be given to students coming from ICSE Schools.
NO NEW ADMISSIONS WILL BE TAKEN FOR CLASSES IX AND X.
TEST DATES : FEBRUARY  2nd, 9th and 23rd. MARCH  2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th APRIL  6th,13th,15th,16th,18th and 20th MAY20th to 31st(Except on Sundays) For Entrance Test Registration and other details Contact : 08212402150. Email  vidyakua12@yahoo.com
Standard I
ENGLISH
1. Writing A  Z (Both Capital and Small letters) ,
2.Opposites ( format of questions : Fill up the blank)
3.One and many (by adding 's')
4.Fill in the blanks with 'a' or 'an',
5.Writing names of vegetables, fruits, flowers and putting them under the correct column.
6.Animal and young ones and homes( format of questions  Match the table contents)
7.Rhyming Words
MATHEMATICS :
1. 1 to 500 Writing the numbers in Forward and Backward,
2. Writing numbers in words (1 to 100) ,
3. Use of signs : >, < and = .
4.Addition  1 and 2 digits,
5.Subtraction  1 and 2 digits.
6.Writing the numbers in the sequence : What comes after, before and between ( 1 to 100).
7.Numbers in Ascending and Descending order ( 1 to 20)
8.Circling the smallest / Biggest number ( 1 to 100)
.Standard  II
ENGLISH

Use of ‘a’ or ‘an’ and has’ or ‘have’

Opposites

Past tense

Genders

Making a word by adding ‘ing’, eg., eat + ing = eating

Making Correct Sentences

Plurals.

Composition : Writing 5 to 6 sentences on a given topic.
MATHEMATICS

Numbers and number names( up to 500)

Place value (three digits)

Comparison of numbers using signs(>, < , =)

Ascending and descending order

Simple addition [with and without carrying]

Simple subtraction [ with and without borrowing]

Multiplication [two digit numbers]

Tables up to 6

Long division – [two digit numbers)
Standard  III
ENGLISH

Composition – writing 10 sentences on a given topic
Language :

Opposites

Past tense

Plurals

Genders

Homophones

Short form of the words

Prepositions

Framing sentences using the words given

Making correct sentences from jumbled words
MATHEMATICS

Place value – till Hundred

Arrange in increasing and decreasing order (till thousand)

Addition of 3 and 4 digit numbers with carry over

Subtraction of 3 digit numbers with borrowing

Multiplication of 2/3 digits with single digit

Division of 2 / 3 digits by a single digit

Table 1 to 9

Time and Money

Simple word problems in addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and division

Writing in words

Signs – ‘>’, ‘<’, ‘ =’, geometrical shapes
Standard IV
ENGLISH

I. Comprehension – Reading given passage and answering questions based on it.

II. Composition – Writing 10 sentences on a given topic

Language
Opposites Genders
Past tense Plurals
Prepositions
Homophones
Framing own sentences using phrases
Use of ‘much’ or ‘many’
Writing correct form of the verbs
MATHEMATICS
1.Five digit numbers : Writing the numbers in Ascending and Descending order Place value and expanded form of Numbers
Comparison of numbers using < , > or = Symbols.
2.Addition by carrying
3. Subtraction by borrowing
4. Multiplication of 3 digits by 2 digits
5. Division of three digits by 2 digits
6. Geometrical Shapes
7. Patterns
8. Mass, length, capacity , time and money.
9. Data Handling Recording Data using Tally marks, representing it pictorially and interpretation of data from Pictographs.

Standard V
ENGLISH
1. Comprehension – Reading a given passage and answering questions based on it
II. Language
1. Plurals
2. Genders
3. Degrees of comparison
4. Homophones
5. Punctuation (full stop, Comma, inverted comma, question mark and capitals)
6. Making own sentences from the given words

III. Composition – Writing an essay of 150 words on a given topic
MATHEMATICS
1. Addition of large numbers
2. Subtraction of large numbers
3. Multiplication (three digits by three digits)
4. Division (three digits by two digits)

5. Unitary Method
6. Tests of divisibility
7. Mixed problems (addition and subtraction)
8. HCF and LCM
9. Fractions and decimal fractions
10.Definition of an Angle, Magnitude of an angle,types of angles, Perimeter of square, rectangle.
11. Word problems based on fundamental mathematical operations.
12. data Handling Pictorial representation of the raw data, Interpretation of Bar Graph
StandardVI