Students interested to participate in SJChO should contact their teacher-in-charge in their respective schools. Register at least 25 partcipants to guarantee a group into Round 2. Registration deadline is 15 April 2016. Please click here to register.
The registration fee is S$15.00 per student for all MOE/independent schools and $30.00 per student for international schools in Singapore. For students outside Singapore, please contact Logistic chair for separate arrangements.
Payment by cheque should be made by 29 April 2016, to “Singapore National Institute of Chemistry” and sent to Dr Jayden Ang, Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Chemical & Life Sciences, 180 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 569830. An e-invoice will be created if you choose to pay via IFAAS as indicated in the registration form.
Participation will only be confirmed upon receipt of registration fees. Registration fees are not refundable for students who do not turn up for the competition. Receipts will be issued to schools once payment is received in good order.
Replacements/Substitutes are not allowed once the registration numbers have been allocated to each participants. The dateline for any changes will generally be 2 weeks before Round 1 of SJChO. Schools are responsible for ensuring that the submitted names are correct as these will be printed on awards/certificates. An administrative fee will be charged for reprints.
Hosting of SJChO
Schools with more than 100 participants in Round 1 are encouraged to hold the competition in their own school. Invigilators from hosting schools will be given a token of appreciation. Information for hosts can be found here.
The organiser also welcomes schools to host the practical round (Round 2). We hope to provide SJChO olympiad experience to as many students as possible. Therefore without support from schools to host the practical round, this will not be possible and the organisers will have to limit the number of students going to round 2. Please let us know if you can support. School will be reimbursed for the cost of chemicals. The organiser will invite teachers from selected schools to invigilate in Round 2. It will be a great experience for teachers. Laboratory technician as well as invigilators will be given a token of appreciation. Information for hosts can be found here.