iOEL - International Olympiad of English Language

The International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL) of the SilverZone Foundation assesses students’ ability and understanding of English. Every year, the exam is held on a national and international basis, following the syllabi of the CBSE, ICSE, and other state boards. A student’s ability to communicate in a specific context is also tested on the SilverZone iOEL 2022 examinations. These annual national and international assessments are open to students in grades 1 to 12.

Key Highlights of iOEL

Conducting Body

SilverZone Foundation

Exam Name

iOEL

iOEL Full-form

International Olympiad of English Language

Eligible Classes

1 to 12 (Only for Level 1)

Registration Deadline

31 August 2022

iOEL Exam Dates (Offline Mode)

  • 15 November 2022
  • 13 December 2022

iOEL Exam Dates (Online Mode)

  • 4 and 5 December 2022
  • 8 and 9 January 2023

iOEL Result Date

March 2023 (Tentative)

Mode of Reference

Online

Mode of Examination

OMR or Computer-based Test

Exam Pattern of iOEL

The International Olympiad of English Language is an annual examination of competence and knowledge in the field of English language that is based on the syllabus provided by CBSE/ICSE and other State Boards.

iOEL encourages all the students to test their proficiency in the English language. Students worldwide compete in the International Olympiad of English Language, thus giving the children a global challenge to overcome

Level 1

All the students of Classes 1 to 12 are eligible to take part in Level 1 (only Level 1).

The Olympiad is held during school hours in the participants’ schools. In 2022-2023, the exam may be held online in January and February. Each class will have a separate question paper. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers because all of the questions are objective.

Classes 1 & 2

Classes 3 to 5

Classes 6 to 8

Classes 9 to 12

No.of Questions

25

30

35

40

Total Marks: 100

Duration: 40 Minutes

(i) Section-1: General English

(ii) Section-2: Comprehension and Composition

(iii) Section-3: Meritorious Zone

(For Classes III –VI)

(i) Section-1: Grammar and Vocabulary

(ii) Section-2: Comprehension and Composition

(iii) Section-3: Excellence Zone

(For Classes VII –XII)

(i) Section-1: Comprehension and Composition

(ii) Section-2: Grammar and Vocabulary

(iii) Section-3: Brilliance Zone

iOEL 2022 Registration Process

Mode of Application: Offline

Students must get an application form from the principal, vice-principal, or the teacher in charge to participate in SilverZone iOEL 2022. A student must complete the form completely and send it to the school authorities’ office together with the required funds.

Application Fees

Category

Mode

Gender

Amount

General, ST, SC, OBC

Offline

Male, Transgender, Female

₹ 120

iOEL 2022 Syllabus

The iOEL Olympiad syllabus 2022 from SilverZone covers grammar, reading comprehension, and other facets of school instruction. Additionally, students can obtain the SilverZone iOEL syllabus in PDF format. Here are the details of the class-wise syllabus pages.

Class 1 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

General English

Identification of Things & Objects

Use of Small and Capital Letters

Alphabetical Order

4

3.5

14

Grammar

Noun (Elementary)

Pronoun (Elementary)

Verb (Elementary)

Use of A & An

Use of At, On & To

Vowel and Consonant

6

3.5

21

Vocabulary

Words with Same & Opposite Meaning

Spelling Test

Jumbled Words

Rhyming Words

5

3.5

17.5

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Subject & Predicate

Jumbled Sentences

Types of Sentence

5

4.5

22.5

Meritorious Zone

Meritorious Zone

5

5

25

Class 2 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

General English

Identification of Things & Objects

Alphabetical Order

3

3.5

10.5

Grammar

Noun (Elementary)

Pronoun (Elementary)

Verb (Elementary)

Use of A & An

Use of At

On & To

Vowel and Consonant

7

3.5

24.5

Vocabulary

Words with Same & Opposite Meaning

Spelling Test

Jumbled Words

Rhyming Words

5

3.5

17.5

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Subject & predicate

Jumbled sentences

Types of sentence

5

4.5

22.5

Meritorious Zone

Meritorious Zone

5

5

25

Class 3 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Use of possessive

Tense (Elementary)

Error finding

8

3

24

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

10

3

30

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Subject & Predicate

Jumbled Sentences

Types of Sentence

7

3.0

21.0

Excellence Zone

Excellence Zone

5

5

25

Class 4 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Use of possessive

Tense

Error finding

8

3

24

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

10

3

30

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Subject & Predicate

Jumbled Sentences

Types of Sentence

7

3.0

21.0

Excellence Zone

Excellence Zone

5

5

25

Class 5 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Tense

Error Finding

8

3

24

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

10

3

30

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Subject & predicate

Jumbled sentences

Types of sentence

voice

7

3.0

21.0

Excellence Zone

Excellence Zone

5

5

25

Class 6 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Tense

Error finding

Gerund & Infinitive

11

2.5

27.5

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

11

2.5

27.5

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Subject & predicate

Letter & Notice Writing

Jumbled sentences

Types of sentence

voice

8

2.5

20

Excellence Zone

Excellence Zone

5

5

25

Class 7 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

11

2.5

27.5

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

11

2.5

27.5

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause

Question Tags

Sentence Improvement

Choosing Appropriate Filler

Cloze Test

Judging Completeness of Process

8

2.5

20

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

5

5

25

Class 8 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

11

2.5

27.5

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

Homonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

11

2.5

27.5

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause

Question Tags

Sentence Improvement

Choosing Appropriate Filler

Cloze Test

Judging Completeness of Process

8

2.5

20

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

5

5

2

Class 9 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

10

2

20

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

Homonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

11

2

22

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause

Question Tags

Sentence Improvement

Choosing Appropriate Filler

Cloze Test

Judging Completeness of Process

14

2.5

35.0

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

Class 10 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

10

2

20

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

Homonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

11

2

22

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause

Question Tags

Sentence Improvement

Choosing Appropriate Filler

Cloze Test

Judging Completeness of Process

14

2.5

35.0

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

5

4.6

23

Class 11 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause Analysis

Question Tags

Sentence and Phrase Improvement

Sentence Completion

Word Association

Cloze Test

Para-jumbles

Judging Completeness of Process

Miscellaneous

12

2.5

30

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

8

2

16

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

Homonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

12

2

24

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

8

3.75

30

Class 12 Syllabus

Unit

Chapters

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Comprehension & Composition

Comprehension

Paragraph & Story writing

Letter & Notice Writing

Narration

Voice

Types of Sentences

Jumbled sentences

Sequence of sentences

Clause Analysis

Question Tags

Sentence and Phrase Improvement

Sentence Completion

Word Association

Cloze Test

Para-jumbles

Judging Completeness of Process

Miscellaneous

12

2.5

30

Grammar

Parts of Speech

Articles

Determiners

Modals

Subject-verb agreement

Gerund & Infinitive

Tense

Error finding

8

2

16

Vocabulary

Jumbled Words

Synonyms

Antonyms

Homonyms

One Word Substitution

Spelling Test

Idioms and Phrases

12

2

24

Brilliance Zone

Brilliance Zone

8

3.75

30

iOEL Result 2022

The iOEL 2022 Level 1 results were announced online in March 2022. Go to the SilverZone Foundation’s official website, or ask the school for the students’ participation certificate, result, and descriptive assessment report to get the result.

The following awards are to be won after the result of Level 1 of the iOEL 2022:

Rank No.

Scholarship Awards

4th to 10th

Wrist Watches

11th to 25th

Prizes

26th to 500th

Topper Achievement Certificate

1st, 2nd, and 3rd

Class Topper 1st, 2nd and 3rd rank holders of every class of each school will be awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, respectively.

Admit Card for iOEL 2022

The school officials distribute admit cards to candidates one or two weeks before iOEL 2022. The candidate must have their admit card with them on the exam day. Otherwise, the candidate will not be permitted to take the exam. The enrollment number and other crucial information are also included on the admit card.

Preparation for iOEL 2022

The iOEL 2022 exam is difficult because it is an Olympiad. The questions asked in Olympiads are deceptive and complex. Here are some expert suggestions and tactics for dealing with such questions:

  • The SilverZone Foundation’s syllabus for the iOEL 2022 is somewhat ambiguous and broad. As a result, knowing the syllabus before preparing is critical.
  • In the exam, reading comprehension takes up a lot of time. Students must be quick on their feet because they only have 60 minutes. Reading a lot and increasing the reading and comprehension speed is the greatest method to prepare for the competition.
  • Work on sample question papers to know the exam patterns and other marking details.

Frequently Asked Questions on iOEL 2022

What is the advantage of taking the iOEL exam?

The SilverZone Foundation’s International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL) evaluates students’ skill and understanding of the English language.

What documents have to be carried for the iOEL exam

Admit card and school ID card must be carried for the iOEL exam.

What are the details mentioned in the iOEL result?

  • Name
  • Class
  • School’s name
  • Total and section-wise marks obtained
  • Qualifying status
  • Infographics on student’s performance in different sections
  • Infographics on student’s performance vs other participants </div>