Ateneo Chemistry Olympiad 2021: Nation-building through Science

On April 24 and 30, 2021, the Ateneo Chemistry Society will continue to uphold academic excellence and foster healthy competition with the Ateneo Chemistry Olympiad 2021: Sa Hapag ng Mamamayan. The competition comprises three main events: the Synchronous Written Examination, the Video Presentation Contests, and a series of webinars. This nationwide competition is open to Grade 9-12 students.

In its 10th year, the Ateneo Chemistry Olympiad is going online! The event aims to test the participants’ theoretical knowledge of chemistry as well as the ability to apply these concepts in ways which are easily digestible for the masses. The written exam will cover a vast range of chemistry topics. The video presentation will require participants to effectively communicate the scientific concepts behind a given prompt. Participants will attend a maximum of four electives to hone in on science as a component of nation-building. These electives will discuss chemistry in the field of medicine, climate change, etc. 

Moreover, a mentorship program spearheaded by BS Chemistry students of the Ateneo De Manila University will be open to participants who register before March 6. Held on March 13 and 20, this will serve as preparation for the olympiad. An overview of the event and tips for the competition proper among others will be discussed over the two-day program. 

Put your scientific knowledge to the test and face-off against students from all over the country on April 24 and 30 at the Ateneo Chemistry Olympiad 2021: Sa Hapag ng Mamamayan. 

DETAILS FOR THE ATENEO CHEMISTRY OLYMPIAD 

Deadline of regular registration: March 19, 2021

Dates: April 24 and 30, 2021

Overview of activities: 

The competition comprises three segments: 

(1) Written Examination, (2) Video Presentation, and (3) Webinars.

Only 60 teams will be accommodated. Register at https://bit.ly/AChO2021RegistrationForm

For more details, visit https://bit.ly/AChO2021Drive

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AteneoChemistryOlympiad






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