II. Test of Academic Proficiency

This test is designed to assess the students Application and Analysis skills in subjects like Mathematics, Science and English. This test will be conducted in the final level of Knowledge Olympiad.

The students who scored above cut-off marks in the Scholastic Aptitude Test-SAT in the Prelims level are eligible to write this test.

TAP round-up:

Eligibility: Students who scored above cut-off marks in Scholastic Aptitude Test-SAT are eligible to write this test.

Frequency: 1 time/year
Date of Test: 30th January 2017
Duration: 1 Hour
Subjects: Maths, Science and English

Fee: NIL

Max Score: 40 for Class II-IV & 60 for Class V-X

SAT Format:

Sections Max. Marks Total Length Question Type
Mathematics 10 for Class II-IV
15 for Class V-X
15 Minutes for Class II to IV
15 Minutes for Class V to X
Match the column, Fill in the blanks, Assertion & Reason, Multiple Correct Answers, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Science 10 for Class II-IV
15 for Class V-X
15 Minutes for Class II to IV
15 Minutes for Class V to X
Match the column, Fill in the blanks, Assertion & Reason, Multiple Correct Answers, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
English 20 for Class II-IV
30 for Class V-X
30 Minutes for Class II to IV
30 Minutes for Class V to X
Match the column, Fill in the blanks, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

TAP Exam Centre:

There will be no separate exam centre to conduct SAT exam. The test will be conducted in Respective School Premises only strictly in school hours.

What to bring at the time writing the test:

  1. Admission ticket
  2. A valid photo ID
  3. No. 2 pencils with erasers
  4. An acceptable calculator with extra batteries
  5. A watch to keep track of time
  6. Drinks and snacks (for the break)

Tips

  1. Schedule a time every week to practice mock test regularly. This will help you in identifying your weak zones and manage your time well. After taking each practice test, evaluate your performance and focus your subsequent prep work on your weakest areas.
  2. The SAT will give you some geometry formulas at the beginning of the test, but you should still memorize these formulas, and others, before test-day. It’ll save precious time. Make sure to know area formulas, the Pythagorean Theorem, the average formula, special triangle rules, and exponent rules by heart.

 

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