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Unicus Critical Thinking Olympiad (UCTO)


The Unicus Critical Thinking Olympiad (UCTO) is an international competitive exam held online as well as offline (pen/paper) for students in classes 2-11 (year 2023-24). Students will be provided with three Mock Tests (inclusive of Free Trial) to practice before the Final Exam. The Mock Test can be attempted for 3 times. The exam will be a MCQ-type test that the students need to complete in 60 minutes. Also, the syllabus for classes 3rd to 11th will cover the topics of the previous 2 classes passed by the student while the syllabus of class 2nd covers the topics of class 1.

The exam consists of two sections:

Classic Section: This section will consist of questions related to logical reasoning
Scholar Section: This section will have questions on High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in reasoning

Registration of students through schools

Students from classes 2-11 (year 2023-24) are eligible to give Unicus Olympiads. Prospectus containing the registration forms are sent to all the schools registered with Unicus Olympiads. If your school is not registered with us, then please send an email to and we will send you the prospectus. It is mandatory for schools to return the registration forms to Unicus Olympiads, duly filled in and complete in all respects atleast one month before the Final Exam.

Registration for individual participants

If your school does not conduct Olympiads, then you can register as an individual participant. The link for the online registration for individual participants is here. The exam is conducted online using laptop or desktop with a good Internet connection and webcam. It can't be taken using a mobile device. As the online mode of exam will be proctored, access to webcam will be compulsory for the Final Exam. The student will have to take exam from home.

Marking Scheme

The Marking Scheme of all the subjects are given. To check the full list of Marking Scheme and Exam Pattern for UCTO, visit here.


A combination of CBSE and ICSE syllabus is followed for preparing the test papers. To check the complete syllabus for UCTO, visit here. The medium of the exam is English.

Ranking Criteria

The Ranking Criteria of all the subjects are given. To check the details of Ranking Criteria for UCTO, visit here.

Sample Papers

The Sample Papers of all the subjects are given. To check the full list of Sample Papers for UCTO, visit here.