Sociology is the study of society and the interaction of individuals within it. Even though the origins of sociology lie at the beginning of the nineteenth century, it was in the 1960s and 1970s that it became a major social science subject, and found place in the curricula of schools, colleges and universities. In the CBSE curriculum, Sociology is introduced as an elective subject at the senior secondary stage after ten years of general study.
The Sociology subject test has been specially developed by EduwizardS as a web-based tool to aid CBSE students of classes 11th and 12th preparing for the final examination. The online test is so designed that it covers the entire CBSE sociology curriculum thoroughly and the questions have been framed in a manner that treats each topic exhaustively and from all possible perspectives. Each unit of the test engages the learner in a particular section of the sociology syllabus and comprises of hundreds of multiple choice questions (MCQs), objective type questions, sample papers, guess papers, and tips on how best to master the subject and prepare for the Sociology examination.
By making a sincere and regular use of the online testing service offered by EduwizardS, the student can assess his strengths and weaknesses much before the exam day and can use the test to reinforce his understanding of the basics of the subject. Also, he can simultaneously iron out any deficiencies in preparation that may be revealed during his use of the test. Each test has a built-in mechanism for self assessment and provides a continuous review of their progress in the subject. Separate sections of the test have been earmarked for different units. For example, for class 11, there are individual sections for Introducing Sociology with a rich array of questions covering topics like Society and sociology and relationship with other social sciences, Basic concepts, social institutions etc., Understanding Society, in which sub units like structure, process and stratification, social change, environment and society etc. find extensive treatment with a plethora of questions on each topic. Likewise, the topics and subtopics for class 12 also have thousands of multiple choice questions, objective type questions, model test papers and guess papers to comprehensively cover the entire course content in the greatest possible detail.
CBSE students shall find that the EduwizardS online sociology test is a unique service in more ways than one, and presents an ideal opportunity to study for the final examination by harnessing their study resources in the most judicious and efficient manner possible.