International English Olympiad (IEO) is a premier examination conducted annually by the Science Olympiad Foundation(SOF) in association with the British Council to assess the English proficiency among students. IEO assesses the language acumen among the students to expand the horizon of their linguistic knowledge.
SOF Olympiad Trainer aims to provide every relevant study material to ace the IEO Olympiad to the student. Students can download Class 1 IEO Sample Paper from the website of SOF Olympiad Trainer which is available in PDF format. Click here to download.
To perform well in the exam, students should make sure to leave no stone unturned to prepare well for the test. The Class 1 IEO Sample Paper provides a glimpse of the exam. These are specimen exam questions designed according to the IEO test paper to assist the students in understanding the exam pattern.
Benefits of the IEO Sample Papers:
Students get an understanding of the main question paper.
The Sample Paper gives an inkling of the sections of the main exam.
It gives the basic idea of the type of questions asked in each section.
Students get an idea on what to expect from the question paper and the difficulty level.
The IEO for class 1 consists of a total of 35 questions of a total of 40 marks, divided into 4 sections as explained below:
Word and structure Knowledge - The Word and Structure Knowledge section tests the grammatical knowledge of a student on various topics of English Grammar.
Reading - This section mainly aims at testing candidate’s knowledge of vocabulary and grasping power to deduce relevant details from the given passage or picture given.
Spoken and written expression - This section tests the student’s spoken knowledge and their ability to respond with a positive, polite, ideal and ethically suitable approach to a given situations.
Achiever’s Section – It is a challenging sectionas it tests your ability to apply a consolidation of concepts to solve questions.
Syllabus of IEO for class 1 is based on topics like jumbled letters, words, parts of speech and comprehension. To view detailed syllabus, click here.