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CBSE Syllabus for class 6 Science | NSO Science Olympiad
Students of Class 6 will have a single book for Science subject. The book will have a combination of the chapters from each section known as Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. There will be a total of 16 chapters. Each chapter will have a practice question series of various types based on the trending exam pattern of the CBSE Syllabus For Class 6 Science.
The Biology section of the syllabus will focus on the concepts like food, body study and movements, organisms and the surrounding, water etc. Moreover, the Chemistry section will introduce the students with various materials like fiber and fabric, various substances and the separation, air, and gases etc. The Physics section will focus on the sections like Lights, Shadows, and reflections, Magnetism, Electricity, Power and Circuits etc.
CBSE Syllabus For Class 6 Science | Chapter- Wise Break Down | Science Olympiad Class 6
As the syllabus consists of 16 chapters as the total, NCERT book for Class VI is the best study material to read. The book is designed specifically to cover up the CBSE syllabus as a whole.
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CBSE Notes for Class 6 Science Free Download for All Chapters
The table below shows the chapter listed in the CBSE Class 6 Science subject. As students can see, there are a total of 16 chapters in Science.
CBSE Syllabus For Class 6 Science Section- Wise Explanations
Here, we will discuss all three sections in detail. As you know that the major sections of Science i.e. Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics are included into one book, you should have the idea about the curriculum which will be followed throughout the whole CBSE Syllabus For Class 6 Science.
A- Physics- We are starting with the Physics section as Physics is one of the most important parts of Science syllabus of any class. The Subject begins with the study of Light, Shadows, and Reflections. It introduces the students with the concepts of the same and their applications in real life. The other section will include Electricity and Circuits, it will apply the principles of power and its sources into the chapter. The Last Physics chapter will include the study of Magnetism and its concepts. The chapter will talk about the magnet force and its principles of working. Also, the chapter will introduce students with concepts like the behavior of magnets into various situations.
B- Biology- As you know that Biology is a study of living organisms, the biology section will begin with the study of food and its sources for the beginning. Moving forward, the concepts of food components will become part of this chapter. Apart from the food, biology section will talk about the plants, body movements of the living creatures, the surround and the nature of the living organisms, water, and the garbage generation and disposal.
C- Chemistry- The chemistry section is a study of the chemicals and its combinations. Here, the students will get the introduction of the basic concepts of the Chemistry which will be beneficial for them in higher studies. The Chemistry section will have the study of Fibre to the fabric as the first chapter, materials into the groups, the changes around us caused by the chemicals, the air and the gases included in it. The section will be taught to the students with the help of various formulas, diagrams, and concepts proposed by expert chemists.
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1. Strategize Your Time
Plan the 24 hours what you have. Study for sufficient time. Go through at least three subjects in a day. Apart from studying, set a time aside for your relaxation. Do whatever interests you – listen to instrumental music, draw, paint or watch an infotainment channel for not more than an hour.
2. Write What You Learn
Once you learnt your topic, make it a habit of writing it down. Experts advice that you must try to write it down at a fast pace though it’s sensible if you don’t spoil your handwriting in this practice. This habit of writing a topic will let you analyze how much time you are taking for it. It will ultimately help you to manage your time during your exam.
3. Don’t Ignore Diagrams
When you are tired of reading, sit and draw diagrams. It will help you not only to relax and but also learn the topic as well. You can figure out what you missed while drawing it and rectify it accordingly.
4. Have Proper Sleep
Eat, Sleep, Study and relax – That should be your motto rather than breaking your head over textbooks and notes. When you are free and lying on your bed before sleep, recall what topics you learnt for the day. Ask yourself which lesson needs some more attention so that you can plan your study for the next day.
5. Exercise /Meditate
Physical movements like – walking, running, jumping, skipping, hiking and biking – metabolizes brain and makes it more active. Research states, 20 minutes of walk make a student’s brain more active than a student sitting quietly. Meditation improves concentration power, IQ level, helps to focus better, reduces stress, depression and anxiety. Thus, these habits will keep you physically and physiologically healthy during your preparation and exams.
6. Create Mental Associations-Try to relate what you learnt with different subjects. Making connections is an easy way to remember a lesson.
7. Use Mnemonic Technique
8. Study in a Group
Studying in a group helps you to gather new insights from your fellow mates. This process enhances your learning experience. In a group study, you share resources, interact with members and discuss ideas with your team. This habit will make your learning interactive.
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10. Don’t Stay Up All Night Before Exam
Relax the day before your exam. Revise and go through all relevant topics. Focus on important topics. Have a proper dinner and sleep on time. Before going to bed, get your stationeries, admit card for exam and clothes ready for the next day.
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