7 National Olympics await children in April


Seven national Olympic rounds will be held in April. The best students from all over Slovakia measure their strength in the Russian language Olympics, human rights, Slovak language and literature, physics, but also in the Young Physics Tournament.

The Biological Olympiad will focus not only on the project, but also on the theoretical and practical part. TASR informed the Department of Communication and Protocol of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport.

The national round of the 27th Youth Physics Tournament with 25 participants will take place at the IUVENTE – Youth Institute of Slovakia in Bratislava from 2 to 5 April. On Wednesday, April 10, the 21st Annual Human Rights Olympiad with 54 participants will begin at the Institute of Education of the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic in Omšenie.

"From the 11th to the 14th of April, the 60th edition of the Jubilee Physics Olympiad will be held, which will host 27 of the most successful students in two Slovak cities. In Trenčianske Teplice, the solution of the theoretical part will be held and at the Trudovít Štúr Secondary School in Trencin, participants will solve experimental tasks, said the Ministry of Education. 24 competitors test the knowledge.

"A total of 50 best students are waiting for the national measurement of forces within the 49th Russian Language Olympiad, which will be held from 16 to 17 April at the Center for Special Purpose Facilities in Bratislava," noted the Ministry of Education.

The end of the month will be the 53rd Biological Olympiad. The National Biological Olympiad round of the project section will take place April 24-26 at the Special Purpose Facilities Center in Bratislava, where 40 students will test their skills. At the same time, students will be competing in theory and practice at the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Comenius University in Bratislava.

Other national rounds of the Olympics are scheduled for May. Competitors will test their knowledge of French, technology, history and geography.


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