Hosted by Australian Science Innovation (ASI)
The Australian Science Olympiad Competition - Physics is the toughest physics exam in Australia
It is rewarding opportunity for high school students to challenge and extend themselves way beyond the physics they are taught at school
Every students sitting the exam is awarded a certificate indicating their achievement
Date：25th October, 2020, Sunday 9:20-11:30am (130 min)
Registration after 9:00 on October 12th will default to taking the online exam
Australian Science Innovations (ASI) is Australia’s premier provider of science extension programs for high achieving science students. Each year, ASI host the Australian Science Olympiad Competition, a national program for top performing high school students that culminates in the International Science Olympiads.
High school students from China can now take part in one or more of the Australian Science Olympiad Exams in Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science and Biology, where students performance will be recognised with a certificate indicating their achievement.
Find out more about ASI here: www.asi.edu.au
25th October, 2020, Sunday 9:30-11:30am (120 min)
high school students
Individual written test
Two sets of problems: Section A and Section B
- Section A: 10 multiple choice questions worth 1 mark each (worth 10 marks in total)
- Section B: 4 problems with several questions for each (worth 35 marks in total),Total 45 marks
• Online (exam computer or phone must be equipped with a camera)
• Exam Centers across China
Australian competitors will be ranked frst by their overall scores, creating boundaries. Competitors from other countries are compared by the boundaries.
- High Distinction: Top 10%
- Distinction: Top 30%
- Credit: Top 60%
Includes the exam, proctor fee, grading, past-papers and one online mock exam (ASDAN doesn't provide any trainings)
11th October, 2020（Exam center）
18th October, 2020（Online）
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If, for some reason, the student is unable to attend after paying the fee, please contact us. If you apply before the registration deadline, 25% of the registration fee will be deducted as academic materials and service fees. If you apply after the registration deadline, no refund will be given.