First Round of The Final Qualifiers for The Syrian Scientific Olympiad

With the participation of 384 male and female students from different governorates, the first round of final exams for the 2022 Syrian Scientific Olympiad was launched today, Tuesday, to select members of the national teams that will participate in the international Olympiad competitions during the coming period in the disciplines of “mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and informatics.”

The final qualifiers held by the Excellence and Creativity Commission include two rounds of tests over two days, the duration of each round is four continuous hours for the “mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology” majors at the Ebla Hotel in Damascus and five continuous hours for the Informatics majors at the Faculty of Informatics Engineering at Damascus University.

Subject to the tests are those students from the first year of secondary school who qualified from the current season, and old students who were members of the national Olympiad teams during the previous years, as well as students who achieved first ranks in the Junior Scientific Olympiad in addition to the students who participated earlier in the programming marathon for young and old in the 2021 season, where questions models were drawn from the central scientific committees of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad.

The competitions for the new season of the Syrian Scientific Olympiad were launched on the twenty-third of October 2021, with the participation of about 6,000 male and female students from the first secondary grade and the winning students in the Scientific Olympiad for adolescents from different governorates.