The National Science Olympiad, or NSO, is a competitive test for high school students held every year. The students who compete in the Olympiad are rated based on their performance. Using these grades, students can assess themselves inside the school, at the city level, at the zonal level, and at the worldwide level. The NSO Examination is only open to schools registered with the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF).
The National Science Olympiad 2021 was held on November 27, 28, December 11, 12, 18, and 19, 2021, by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF). The SOF NSO exam 2022-23 is held for grades one to twelve students. This article will discuss NSO Exam dates 2022-2023 in detail.
NSO 2022-23 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||National Science Olympiad|
|Conducting Body||Science Olympiad Foundation|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Application Fee (General)||125 Rs [Offline]|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|NSO Level 1 Exam Date 1||27th & 28th November 2021|
|NSO Level 1 Exam Date 2||11th & 12th December 2021|
|NSO Level 1 Exam Date 3||18th & 19th December 2021|
|NSO Exam Registration Date||30 days before the exam date|
|NSO Exam Date Announcement for Level 2||January 2022|
|NSO Level 2 Exam Date||TBA|
Level 1 and 2 of NSO Exam
The NSO first level of the test is held at the participants’ individual schools. The students should be thoroughly prepared for the exam. Students chosen for level two will take the second stage test a few days following the first. Students who do not qualify, on the other hand, will receive participation certificates. The level one test is based on the Olympiad’s practice papers or workbook level. Students that stick to a strict schedule will be able to pass with flying colours.
The level two test is more difficult and concentrates on key science concepts. The number of advanced-level questions and the complexity of the questions both rise. This would need a thorough understanding and application of the principles. The National Science Olympiad’s level two test details have been released.