Michael Smith Science Challenge
The Michael Smith Science Challenge is a national competition written by
students in Grade 10 Science or lower. It emphasizes logical thinking, and
covers material in the science curriculum common to all provinces.
It is named in honour of UBC's Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Michael Smith, and is sponsored by the
UBC faculty of Science and NSERC PromoScience.
Prizes are awarded to the top students (and their teachers) in each province and nationally.
The official writing day is
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Registration for the Michael Smith Challenge is now closed.
Contest Rules and Teacher's Instruction Guide
2013 Exam Solutions/Analysis
Top writers for 2013; Top 25 percent for 2013
Teacher registration for the 2014 contest will open in January 2014
If you have any inquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nationally: 1st - $500, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $100
Provincially: $100 for top student without a national prize, $50 for each student in a tie
Teachers: $50 for a teacher with a prize-winning student
Registration and Additional Information
If you have any additional information that is not covered in the Teacher's Instruction guide, please e-mail us at email@example.com