Contest Structure 2017-12-24T08:11:10+00:00

The Bebras Challenge is an international challenge on informatics and computer fluency for all age of school students.

It is performed at schools using computers. The contestants are usually supervised by teachers who may integrate the challenge in their teaching activities.

The challenge has two types of tasks: a multiple choice questions and interactive problems.

Number of tasks varies year-by-year from 18 to 24 questions of different difficulty to be solved in 40, 45 or 55 minutes.

For each multiple choice question a choice of four answers is provided. There are interactive tasks as well.

Point Counting:
For every correct answer there is 6 (easy), 9 (medium) or 12 points (hard).
If no answer is given the score doesn’t change;
Minus one third of the possible points if the answer is incorrect.

There are 6 different levels of this competition, but the awards are by 12 individual levels:

  • Pre-Ecolier (Primary 1 & 2 / Grade 1 & 2)
  • Ecolier (Primary 3 & 4 / Grade 3 & 4)
  • Benjamin (Primary 5 & 6 / Grade 5 & 6)
  • Cadet (Secondary 1 & 2 / Grade 7 & 8)
  • Junior (Secondary 3 & 4 / Grade 9 & 10)
  • Senior (Junior College / Poly 1 & 2/ Grade 11 & 12)

On the Day of the Contest

Teachers will supervise students to take the Bebras Challenge online on the Student Website.

Students have to know their username and password to take the challenge.

All participants can use pencil, paper and a calculator.

After the Competition

Bebras Challenge results will be made known 2 weeks after the competition and emailed to the teachers.