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BYJU’S Scholarship Programme [BST]

BYJU’S Scholarship Test (BST) will empower you with an in-depth analysis of your academic proficiency BST will help you identify your strengths and areas of improvement in academic subjects like Maths & Science. Get upto 100% scholarship on BYJU’S courses with your BST score.

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BYJU’S Scholarship Programme [BST] Test Pattern

 
Overall Section-1 Academic Section-2 Aptitude Total
Classes Number of questions Number of questions Number of questions Time
4 – 5 – 6 18 12 30 45 min
7 – 8 25 15 40 60 min
9 – 10 30 20 50 75 min
Academic
Classes Mathematics Science Social Science Total Questions
4 – 5 – 6 9 9 0 18
7 – 8 9 10 6 25
9 – 10 11 11 8 30
Aptitude
Classes Mathematical Ability Verbal Ability Logical Ability Total Questions
4 – 5 – 6 4 4 4 12
7 – 8 5 5 5 15
9 – 10 6 8 6 20

BYJU’S Scholarship Programme [BST] Syllabus

Classes 4, 5 and 6:
Maths:
Class 4: Number Sense, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication, Money, Fractions, Patterns, Measurements, Time
Class 5: Money, Number Operations, Fractions, Patterns, Time, Pictograph, Perimeter and Area, Bar Graphs
Class 6: Circles, Symmetry, Lines Angles and Triangles, Perimeter, Area and Volume, Factors and Multiples, Fractions, Decimals, Measurements, Data Handling

Science:
Class 4: Plants need, Living and non-living things, Properties of matter, Sense organs, Animal habitats, Classification of animals, Types of force, Directions, Environment
Class 5: Plants, Germination, Adaptation in animals, States of matter – changes, Human Body, Food, Materials and Solutions, Friction
Class 6: Plants, Food, Human Body, Animal Life, Water, Matter, Hot and Cold, Our Universe

Quantitative Ability:
Aptitude based questions from Numeracy, Number Operations, Money and Measurements.

Verbal Ability:
Noun, pronoun, verbs, prepositions, conjunctions, punctuations, tenses, gap filling/sentence, word meanings

Logical Ability:
Patterns, mirror Images, blood relations, odd one out, dates and calendars, direction sense and distances, notational and logic-based mathematics

Classes 7, 8, 9 and 10:
Maths:
Class 7: Algebra, Mensuration, Understanding Elementary Shapes, Ratio and Proportion, Fractions, Decimals, Data Handling
Class 8: Simple Equations, Algebraic Expressions, Congruence of Triangles, The Triangle and Its Properties, Perimeter and Area, Lines and Angles, Rational Numbers, Comparing Quantities
Class 9: Linear Equations in One Variable, Algebraic Expressions and Identities, Factorisation, Mensuration, Understanding Quadrilaterals, Introduction to Graphs, Data Handling, Probability
Class 10: Polynomials, Linear Equations in Two Variables, Quadrilaterals, Surface Areas and Volumes, Coordinate Geometry, Circles, Number Systems, Probability, Statistics

Science:
Class 7: Getting to Know Plants, Living Organisms and Their Surroundings, Changes around Us, Separation of Substances, Sorting Materials into Groups, Fun with Magnets, Motion and Measurements of Distances, Electricity and Circuits, Light, Shadows and Reflection
Class 8: Nutrition in Plants, Reproduction in Organisms, Wastewater Story, Acids, Bases and Salts, Physical and Chemical Changes, Soil, Light, Motion and Time
Class 9: Cell – Structure and Function, Crop Management and Production, Conservation of Plants and Animals, Pollution of Air and Water, Coal and Petroleum, Materials: Metals & Non-Metals, Light, Force and Pressure, Friction, Chemical Effects of Electric Current
Class 10: Tissues, Diversity in Living Organisms, The Fundamental Unit of Life, Atoms and Molecules, Structure of an Atom, Is Matter Around Us Pure?, Motion, Force and Laws of Motion, Work and Energy

Social Science:
Class 7: Rural Livelihoods, Understanding Diversity, Maps, India – Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife, What Books and Burials Tell Us
Class 8: Understanding Media, How the State Government Works, Inside Our Earth, Human Environment Interactions- The Tropical and the Subtropical Region, Tracing Changes through a Thousand Years
Class 9: Understanding Our Criminal Justice System, Judiciary, Understanding Marginalisation, Mineral and Power Resources, Industries, Human Resources, Civilising the ‘Native’, Educating the Nation, Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Class 10: Working of Institutions, Electoral Politics, Democratic Rights, Population, Forest Society and Colonialism, The French Revolution

Quantitative Ability:
Aptitude based questions from Numeracy, Number Sense, Unitary Method, Geometry and Statistics

Verbal Ability:
Noun, pronoun, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, punctuations, clauses, modal auxiliaries, order of words and clauses, direct, indirect and reported speech, active and passive voice, phrases and idioms, tenses, gap filling/sentence, dialogue completion/framing, sentence or its part – reordering/omission, determiners and modals

Logical Ability:
Patterns, mirror/water images, blood relations, odd one out, speed and distance problems, clocks, venn diagrams, coding-decoding, dates and calendars, direction sense and distances, figure matrices, notational and logic based mathematics

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