Young Master Challenge

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Young master challenge

Duke has a long history of providing opportunities for talented middle and high school students to gain exposure to rigorous academic coursework and to communities of talented peers. Many of these opportunities were facilitated by Duke TIP, which was established in 1980 and provided valuable academic enrichment opportunities for several generations of pre-college students. Duke Youth Programs has also provided a range of engaging summer programs for more than 20 years.

TIP Preparation Test in Cambodia

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Location

UK

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Registration Starts

February 5,2024

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Registration Ends

April 12,2024

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Test Date

April 21 ,2024

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Grade Levels

10-17 years old

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Test Fee

30$

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Benefits of Joining the young master challenge 2024

Online Rounds

The competition commences with a knowledge test in English and mathematics. This test evaluates participants’ understanding of core concepts and their problem-solving abilities in these subjects. Questions can range from basic to advanced levels, covering topics based on selected resources like books, films, articles, and videos in English, as well as subjects such as numbers, algebra, and geometry in mathematics.
The knowledge test consists of 30 multiple-choice and single-entry questions, with a 60-minute time limit, conducted on a dedicated online exam platform. Participants can take the test in partner schools or at home during the specified period.
To qualify for the Global Finals, participants need to achieve a minimum score of 40 out of 100. Successful candidates will receive digital certificates and various prizes based on their performance.
You can get more information, register for the challenge, and study the resources on the website. www.youngmaster.org

Online Rounds

The competition commences with a knowledge test in English and mathematics. This test evaluates participants’ understanding of core concepts and their problem-solving abilities in these subjects. Questions can range from basic to advanced levels, covering topics based on selected resources like books, films, articles, and videos in English, as well as subjects such as numbers, algebra, and geometry in mathematics.
The knowledge test consists of 30 multiple-choice and single-entry questions, with a 60-minute time limit, conducted on a dedicated online exam platform. Participants can take the test in partner schools or at home during the specified period.
To qualify for the Global Finals, participants need to achieve a minimum score of 40 out of 100. Successful candidates will receive digital certificates and various prizes based on their performance.
You can get more information, register for the challenge, and study the resources on the website. www.youngmaster.org