Olympiad Exam For Class 1

ITO Olympiad Exams For Class 1

Students of class 1 are the youngest to attempt Olympiads. Just out of their Kindergarten, they are the ones who have stepped into formal mode of education. The list of Olympiads of different subjects introduced at this class are as follows:

Class 1 International Science Olympiad (ISO)

Class 1 International Maths Olympiad (IMO)

Class 1 English International Olympiad (EIO)

Class 1 General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)

Class 1 International Computer Olympiad (ICO)

Class 1 International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)

Class 1 National Essay Olympiad (NESO)

Class 1 National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO)


It is surely a 360 degree change for them from learning patterns followed in their formative years. The challenge here is, to make interesting the transition from nursery rhymes to short poems. This can be very well done using study material provided for Olympiad exams for class 1. The workbooks offered by Indian Talent Olympiad for class 1 ensures that content is student friendly, attractive and easy to comprehend. Click below to purchase Olympiad books for class 1.




Olympiads exam syllabus for class 1 is the same prescribed by respective schools. Some of the basic concepts that they are introduced to are shapes, number system, addition, subtraction, patterns and logical reasoning. For detailed syllabus, click on the link below.




Class 1 is the right time to introduce students to Olympiads. It is of great importance that parents give children a strong foundation from a young age. This helps them to clear basic concepts when they are little. Olympiads give students a strong-hold in difficult topics. They are taught the same topics that are taught in class, however, the questions asked are completely different. This ensures that there is an increase in children’s thinking horizon.

Olympiads for class 1 provides an early exposure to national and international competitions. It becomes easy for them to compete with like-minded people on the same platform. It instills the ability to work hard. It sharpens their analytical skills, that helps them in their future endeavors. Class 1 students are around 6 years old, and it is believed by educationists that this is the right age to ensure there is maximum exposure to competition.