IIT Foundation Class 6

• IIT foundation class 6 practice in Mathematics enables students to master the subject for top ranks in any competition

• CHALLENGE and ADVANCED levels have negative marking for wrong answers

1. Challenge level is same as IIT JEE Main pattern
2. Advanced Level is same as IIT JEE Advanced pattern

The class 6 Mathematics practice tests in 3 complexity levels

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• Concept Level
• Learn the concept and solve wide variety of problems
• Sub-topic wise practice online
• Enables thorough understanding of concepts
• Challenge Level
• Complex questions with negative marking ( JEE Main pattern)
• Preparation for various competitions like NTSE, Olympiads
• Requires Critical thinking and logical derivation
• Complex and highly advanced questions
• Each question carries multiple answer option and negative marking
• Enables student’s placement at national level rankings

• Class 6 Syllabus for IIT foundation

The syllabus extends beyond standard CBSE or any state board levels. Some Grade 7 topics are covered too.

This IIT foundation practice is not recommended for those students who face difficulty with in their regular school syllabus.

• Number System

1.1 Numbers Introduction
1.2 Whole Numbers
1.3 Introduction of Multiples and Factors
1.4 Divisibility
1.5 Prime and composite numbers
1.6 HCF and LCM
1.7 Integers and Absolute Value
1.8 Fundamental Operations On Integers
1.9 Powers Of Integers
1.10 Fractions
1.11 Comparison of Rational Number
1.12 Operations On Rational Numbers
1.13 Multiplication of Rational Numbers
1.14 Density
1.15 BODMAS Rule
1.16 Decimals- Introduction
1.17 Ordering of Decimals
1.18 Terminating and Non-Terminating Decimals
1.19 Squares, Square Roots and Cubes, Cube Roots

Algebra
2.1 Exponents and powers

2.2 Types of Algebraic expressions
2.3 Addition/Subtraction of Algebraic expressions
2.4 Multiplication of Algebraic expressions
2.5 BODMAS rule
2.6 Special Products 1
2.7 Special Products 2
2.8 Special Products 3
2.9 Factorization – Algebraic fractions
2.10 Factorization – factors of difference of two squares
2.11 Factorization – factorization of (a+b)3, (a-b)3 forms
2.12 Factorization of Quadratic expressions
2.13 Reminder theorem
2.14 Factor theorem
2.15 Simple Equations
2.16 Verbal Problems on Simple Equations
2.17 Linear Inequations

Set Theory

3.1 INTRODUCTION TO SET THEORY
3.2 POWER SET and OPERATIONS ON SETS
3.3 DIFFERENCE OF SETS and COMPLEMENT OF A SET
3.4 VENN DIAGRAMS