CTS-SAT for every class has its level set to the **NCERT** syllabus to student’s current class.

**For 8th studying students:**

Mathematics:

- Rational numbers
- Linear equations in one variable
- Understanding quadrilaterals
- Practical geometry
- Data handling
- Square and square roots
- Cube and cube roots
- Comparing quantities
- Algebraic expressions and identities
- Factorization
- Introduction to graphs

Science:

a. Chemistry:

- Materials: Metals and non-metals
- Coal and petroleum
- Combustion and flame

b. Physics:

- Force and pressure
- Friction
- Sound
- Chemical effects of electric current

c. Biology:

- Crop production and management
- Microorganisms: friend and foe
- Conservation of plants and animals
- Cell-structure and functions
- Reproduction in animals
- Reaching the age of adolescence

** 2. For 9th studying students:**

Mathematics:

- Number system
- Polynomials
- Coordinate geometry
- Linear equation
- Euclid’s geometry
- Lines and angles
- Triangles
- Heron’s formula
- Statistics
- Probability

Science:

a. Chemistry:

- Matter in our surroundings
- Is matter around us pure
- Atoms and molecules

b. Physics:

- Motion
- Force and laws of motion
- Gravitation

c. Biology:

- Cell
- Tissues
- Improvement in food resources

** 3**. **For 10th studying students:**

Mathematics:

- Real numbers
- Polynomials
- Pair of linear equations in two variables
- Quadratic equations
- Arithmetic progressions
- Triangles
- Coordinate geometry
- Introduction to trigonometry
- Some applications of trigonometry
- Circles
- Areas related to circles
- Statistics
- Probability

Chemistry:

- Chemical reactions & equations
- Acids, bases & salts
- Metals and non-metals

** 4**. **For 11th studying students:**

Mathematics:

- Permutation and combination
- Functions
- Sets
- Relations
- Straight lines
- Sequence and series
- Circles
- Ellipse
- Hyperbola

Chemistry:

- Some basic concepts of chemistry
- Structure of atom
- Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
- Chemical bonding and molecular structure
- States of matter
- Thermodynamics
- Chemical and ionic equilibrium
- Redox reaction