Hosted by CAP and UBC
Premier national physicics competition
Emphasized on logical and creative thinking
Awards are highly recognised by Canadian and North American universities
Date: 14th April, 2019 (Sunday), 9:00-12:00am (3 hours)
The CAP Prize exam is hosted by Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) and the University of British Columbia. It stresses logical and creative thinking, by asking questions that go beyond the expectation of the classroom. Past statistics indicate that of the approximately 2,000 students writing the exam each year, the top mark is usually above 80% and 50-100 students nationally score above 50%. The CAP High School Prize Exam is a contest, not a judgement of a students' classroom performance. Top performers of this exam will be invited to enter Canada Physics Olympiad, which is to select Canadian national team for IPO.
The Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) is the voice of Canadian physics. The CAP represents more than 1,700 physicists working in academia, government and industry. ASDAN China and CAP have cooperated to bring the CAP High School Exam to China from 2018, in order to bring more opportunities for Chinese students.
Official website: outreach.phas.ubc.ca/exams-and-competitions/cap-high-school-prize-exam/cap-english
14th April, 2019 (Sunday), 9:00-12:00am (3 hours)
Individual written test (no experiment)
multiple choice and proof-based problems
Exam Centers across China
High school students
For judging the global awards, Canadian competitors will be ranked first. Competitors from other countries are not ranked together with their Canadian competitors, but are compared by boundaries.
- Gold: Top 5%
- Silver: Top 10%
- Bronze: Top15%
- Honorable awards: Top 30%
Includes exam, grading, certificate, proctor fee and past papers
29th March, 2019
If, for some reason, you cannot attend after paying the fee, please notify us in writing one month before the deadline of registration. If you notify us after that, we will not be able to offer you a refund.