Global Bonding through Physics
International Physics Competition – PhysiCo is an Olympiad style competition intended for interested secondary and high school students. It aims to provide a unique competitive platform to identify and reward young talents. The emphasis of PhysiCo questions is mostly on critical thinking and application of basic concepts to problem solving, rather than depth of knowledge alone. Hence, a student who is doing well in science should be able to solve at least half of the problems without special training. All participants are provided with individualized and detailed assessment reports to support their targeted learning. As a result, it helps a teacher to evaluate student’s understanding of the science topics, mastery of knowledge and power of reasoning.
- To provide talented students with a unique platform, where they can compete globally.
- To provide individualized comprehensive assessment of the theoretical knowledge, its application and analytical skills.
- To recognize and reward best students and cultivate academic excellence in science.
PhysiCo is open to any secondary and high school student. All students take the same exam. However, students compete and get assessed in two separate categories.
- Junior category: Grade 8, 9 and 10
- Senior category: Grade 11 and 12
PhysiCo is a 90-minute online competition, comprised of 40 multiple-choice questions. Students are NOT penalized for wrong answers.
The questions only require knowledge of general secondary school physics syllabus. Core concepts tested are
- Oscillations and Waves
- Modern Physics
- Advanced Topics
Most questions are designed by putting emphasis on application of core concepts and logical and analytical thinking rather than knowledge alone in order to allow equal opportunities for all students. Sufficient guidance is included in the questions covering advanced topics. Please find PhysiCo past year booklets in the Downloads Section
The exam will be held on one of the days from 10 April (Friday) to 19 April (Sunday) 2020 to be decided by the country coordinator and approved by the PhysiCo organizers.
The competition is conducted online and organized by PhysiCo appointed country coordinator in respective countries. All school/institution coordinators shall cooperate with respective country coordinators to ensure smooth organization of PhysiCo.
Country coordinator is responsible for
· Timely and effective communication with PhysiCo organizing committee
· Outreach to schools and promotion of PhysiCo
· Registration of students and fee collection
· Provision of support to school/institution coordinators
· Sending official award certificates to schools
School/Institution coordinator is responsible for
· Outreach to students
· Sending the list of students to country coordinator
· Collecting and sending payment to country coordinator
· Organizing IT facilities suitable for taking online competition on the school premises
· Important! Ensure stable internet connection
· Invigilation ensuring integrity of the exam
- Each student will receive Individualized Assessment Report (IAS).
- All students will receive certificates of participation.
- Top students will be awarded distinction certificates of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Honorable Mention.
- Shows overall ranking and assessment of student within respective category.
- Shows mastery of student’s topical understanding compared to peers.
- Shows prowess of student’s skills in terms of knowledge, application and analysis.
Please fill in the form below to register your institution
|5||Indonesia||Zamrori Sudi Maulana||Gold|
|26||Singapore||Song Chu Jun||Silver|
|30||Singapore||Lim Ying Xin Cristal||Silver|
|31||Indonesia||Zulfan Andria Putranto||Bronze|
|34||Singapore||Emily Young Huishan||Bronze|
|35||Nigeria||Abdulwakil Abdulkadir Olayinka||Bronze|
|39||Kyrgyzstan||Asylbek Kyzy Astra||Bronze|
|43||Singapore||Wong Zhi Ying||Bronze|
|44||Singapore||Manjarekar Vaibhavi Rajesh||Bronze|
|46||Kyrgyzstan||Erkinbek Uulu Dastan||Bronze|
|47||Indonesia||Muhammad Abditya Arghanie||Bronze|
|49||Nigeria||Sharafudeen Opeyemi Ibrahim||Bronze|
|50||Singapore||Tia Shi Ting||Bronze|
|52||Singapore||Loh Yu Tong||Bronze|
|53||Singapore||Loke Rui Ning Rachel||Bronze|
|54||Singapore||Pun En Xin||Bronze|
|58||Singapore||Ho Jia Wen Jane||Bronze|
|62||Malawi||Takondwa Arthur Kalonga||Bronze|
|63||Kyrgyzstan||Saliha Kylychbekova||Honourable Mention|
|64||Nigeria||Hadilu Muhammad Abubakar||Honourable Mention|
|65||Nigeria||Abdulmalik Adavuruku Idris||Honourable Mention|
|66||Thailand||Pornapat Yindeesup||Honourable Mention|
|67||Mongolia||Yushin Choi||Honourable Mention|
|68||Ukraine||Isa Nafieiev||Honourable Mention|
|69||Malawi||Azaria Chidzunau Tendayi||Honourable Mention|
|70||Thailand||Poohrich Inkaew||Honourable Mention|
|71||Ukraine||Artem Ierniiazov||Honourable Mention|
|72||Cambodia||Eva Darita Tat||Honourable Mention|
Best of PhysiCo
Izatullo Yusufov (2019)
Sabina Abdurahmonova (2018)
Adem Taiyr (2019)
Rinat Zhumadil (2018)
Zamrori Sudi Maulana (2019)
Ayhan Suleymanzade (2019)
Mahammadjan Mahammadjanov (2018)
Cherilynn Yeo (2019)
Zhang Zishuo (2018)
Nurtai Saadabaev (2019)
Sanzhar Urmatbekov (2018)
Solongo Sergelen (2019)
Mendsaikhan Munkhbat (2018)
Abdulwakil Abdulkadir Olayinka (2019)
Babalola Ismail Eniola (2018)
Iftekhar Mahmud Ratul
Eva Darita Tat (2019)
Rayounette Chhay (2018)
Takondwa Arthur Kalonga (2019)
Maranatha Juma (2018)