Class VI, VII, VIII

  • Learning in Class VI is all about making connections between the subjects you learn and the world around you.
  • Learning in Class VII is all about having fun while you begin to dig deeper in your exploration of all areas of knowledge.
  • Learning in Class VIII is all about mastering the fundamentals of all subjects. Learn for CBSE and ICSE along with Olympiads and competitive exams. These course facilitates learning through fun activities.

The NCERT Math solution for class VI, VII, VIII CBSE has been reviewed by our experts in Math.

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Aryabhatta Exam

Inter-School Mathematics Competition was initiated by Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony, New Delhi in 1982 with the aim of exploring and sharpening the minds of young Mathematicians. Students from various prestigious and prominent schools participate enthusiastically. A wide participation and over whelming response by the schools has made this competition as one of the most sought after competition in Mathematics. The main objective of this competition is to cultivate positive and scientific approach towards Mathematics and to strengthen the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem solvers. This competition helps to identify talent and foster a love of mathematics. Aryabhatta Inter-School Mathematics Competition positively impacts the analytical skills needed for future careers in an innovative and competitive society.

Aryabhatta Exam Paper Pattern

Class 8
Logical Reasoning (MCQs) 10 Questions of 1 mark each
Multiple Choice Questions 20 Questions of 1 mark each
Free Response Questions (Type I) 20 Questions of 2 marks each
Free Response Questions (Type II) 10 Questions of 3 mark each
Class 11
Mathematical Aptitude (MCQ)   30 Questions of 1 mark each
Free Response Questions (Type I)                 20 Questions of 2 marks each
Free Response Questions (Type II)                 10 Questions of 3 mark each