CBSE Class VIII
Subjects: 6   |   Test Templates:  63   |   Intuitive Tests:  Unlimited   |   Test Attempted:  1026

This is a practice course based on the syllabus of Class VIII, under the CBSE Board and covers the subjects Mathematics, Sciences & Social Sciences.  This course is designed to complimentary to the in-class lessons.  The notes and videos provided help students when they are studying on their own.  Students can take as many single or multi-topic practice exams as they want.  Each practice exam is generated specifically for each student and is based on that student's current level of preparation of the concepts included in that exam.   This course is not authorized or certified by CBSE or any other board or authority.

Syllabus
Mathematics 5 48
  • Algebraic Expressions
  • Comparing Quantities
  • Cubes & Cube Roots
  • Data Handling
  • Direct & Inverse Proportions
  • Exponents and Powers
  • Factorization
  • Introduction to Graphs
  • Linear Equations with One Variable
  • Mensuration
  • Playing with Numbers
  • Practical Geometry
  • Rational Numbers
  • Squares & Square Roots
  • Understanding Quadilaterals
Science 35 48
  • Age Of Adolescence
  • Cell - Structure and Functions
  • Chemical Effects of Electric Current
  • Coal & Petroleum
  • Combustion and Flame
  • Conservation Of Plants and Animals
  • Food Production & Management
  • Force & Pressure
  • Friction
  • Light
  • Metals & Non-Metals
  • Microorganisms - Friend and Foe
  • Pollution of Air & Water
  • Reproduction in Animals
  • Some Natural Phenomena
  • Sound
  • Star & The Solar System
  • Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
Social Sciences - History 55 48
  • Civilising the Native
  • Colonialism and the City
  • From Trade to Territory
  • How, When and Where
  • India After Independence
  • Making of the National Movement
  • Ruling the Countryside
  • The Changing World of Visual Arts
  • Tribals, Dikus & The Vision
  • Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners
  • When People Rebel
  • Women, Caste & Reform
Social & Political Life 56 48
  • Confronting Marginalisation
  • Judiciary
  • Law & Social Justice
  • Public Facilities
  • The Indian Parliament
  • Understanding Law
  • Understanding Marginalisation
  • Understanding Our Criminal Justice System
  • Understanding Secularism
Social Sciences - Resources & Development 59 48
  • Agriculture
  • Human Resources
  • Industries
  • Land, Water, Vegetation & Wildlife Resources
  • Mineral & Power Resources
  • Resources
English Grammar 83 48
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Adjectives
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Prepositions
  • Verbs & Tenses