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IOQJS Syllabus

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IOQJS 2021 Syllabus
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The IOQJS syllabus is now available on Vedantu and students can download it for their reference. Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Junior Science is the first level of the International Science Olympiad. The Indian Association of Physics Teachers and the Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education are the governing bodies for this exam. The IOQJS syllabus is determined by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers. Topics from Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology covered till the 10th grade CBSE curriculum are covered in the IOQJS syllabus.


This is a secondary level exam, hence students are advised to study the NCERT textbooks for science subjects and mathematics, first, when they prepare for the IOQJS. This will help them to develop a conceptual understanding of the fundamental topics of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. It is important for students to have a stronghold on the fundamental concepts of science subjects and maths since the level of difficulty of IOQJS is quite high and the types of questions asked are mostly unconventional as compared to the other exams.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. What are the Important Topics of Maths for IOQJS?

Ans: The important maths topics for IOQJS are number systems, surface areas and volumes, circles, triangles, linear equations, trigonometry, quadratic equations, statistics, and polynomials.

Q2. What Subjects are Covered in the IOQJS Syllabus?

Ans: The IOQJS syllabus comprises topics from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. Students should be well versed with the science and maths topics covered till Class 10, to prepare for IOQJS.

Q3. Can I Use a Calculator in IOQJS?

Ans: Yes, you can use a calculator in IOQJS, only if the calculator abides by the norms prescribed by IAPT. There should be no graph mode, matrix mode, integration function, or any other special equation solver function available in the calculator.