Talent Exam

Talent Exam

CBA has been designed to encourage students to excel academically by framing questions from the subjects they study like Science, Mathematics and English in such a way that it would stimulate their cognitive ability. This will give them an alternative perspective towards understanding and implementing the knowledge they have acquired, thus improving their agility and adaptability. In addition to the academic improvement CBA also has an exclusive section named General knowledge.

Apart from encouraging competitive spirit in the students, CBA aims at establishing a strong underpinning for the future of the students that would help them not only in their academic pursuits but also increase their career prospects.

CBA has been designed to include the sections given in the tables below for classes 3 to 12, upon careful contemplation.

1. The duration of the talent exam is one hour
2. The pattern of exam will have Multiple choice questions (MCQs / Objective type)
3. No negative marks for wrong answers
4. Syllabus will be based on Tamil Nadu State Board, CBSE and ICSE for Science and Maths sections. Portions from the previous class will also be considered.
5. English is the Medium of talent exam.

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

Classes 3 and 5

Section Topics No. of Questions Mark (s) per Question Total Marks
1 English 10 1 10
2 Maths in daily life 10 1 10
3 Science 10 1 10
4 Logical Reasoning 5 1 5
5 General Knowledge 5 1 5
Grand Total 40

Classes 6 to 10


Section Topics No. of Questions Mark (s) per Question Total Marks
1 English 10 1 10
2 Maths 10 1 10
3 Science 10 1 10
4 Logical Reasoning 10 1 10
5 General Knowledge 5 1 5
6 Extrapolative Questions 5 3 15
Grand Total 60

* Extrapolative Questions: From Mathematics and Science


Classes 11 and 12


Section Topics No. of Questions Mark (s) per Question Total Marks
1 Physics 10 1 10
2 Chemistry 10 1 10
3 Maths or Biology 15 1 15
4 Logical Reasoning 10 1 10
5 Extrapolative Questions 5 3 15
Grand Total 60

* Extrapolative Questions: From Physics and Chemistry