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Subjects (​Curriculum)

Dear Students,

You can find the recommended basic topics regarding the exams via the links below. Our teachers prepare the questions using the Brilliant and PhET portals, as well as real-life question formats.

Please note that topics, question formats and available resources are NOT LIMITED. Questions can be asked in different formats and contents.

ART CATEGORY

Grade 2, 3, 4 & 5 

  • A variety of materials/techniques used to create artwork
  • The relationship of shape to space in the artwork
  • Observational drawing of objects and figures
  • Art elements and design principles:
  • Color: the classification of colors (primary, secondary, warm/cool)
  • Line: vertical, horizontal, diagonal
  • Shape: two dimensional, geometric/organic
  • Texture: real, artificial, decorated
  • Form: cube, cylinder, pyramid, cone, sphere etc.
  • Space: use both positive and negative space in composition
  • Balance: symmetry and asymmetry
  • Contrast: light and dark, contrasting colors
  • Value: intensity of color, shading of a color
  • Perspective techniques in artwork
  • Visual perception skills
  • Differences between artworks
  • Technology and Art relationship
  • Culture and Art Relationship
  • Design media literacy
  • Professions in the field of visual art
  • Understanding the visual arts in relation to history and cultures
  • Famous artworks, artists, and art styles
  • Popular culture topics in categories such as film, music, theatre and more

Grade 6, 7, 8 & 9

  • A variety of materials/techniques used to create artwork
  • Reflecting a range of concepts, ideas and subject matters in artwork
  • Artwork inspired by: 
  • Personal experiences
  • Environment
  • Imagination / visualization
  • Careful observation of real objects 
  • Art elements, design principles and techniques
  • Color, line, shape, texture, form, space, balance, contrast, value, pattern etc.
  • Perspective techniques in artwork
  • The effects of historical events on artworks
  • Differences between artworks
  • Modern art movements
  • Post-modern art movements
  • Design and media literacy
  • Technology and Art relationship
  • Culture and Art relationship
  • Art criticism methods
  • Visual arts and related professions
  • Famous painters, sculptors, designers and their works
  • The effect of social and cultural beliefs on the artworks
  • Artistic ethics
  • Popular culture topics in categories such as film, music, theatre and more