The Singapore Junior Physics Olympiad (SJPO) and the Singapore Physics Olympiad (SPHO) are held annually to select the brightest Secondary School and Junior College students to prepare them for representing Singapore in the International Physics Olympiad (IPHO).
Below are the syllabi for the senior and junior Olympiad.
|Physics Olympiad (Junior) 1. Mechanics 2. Fluid Dynamics 3. Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 4. Sound Waves 5. EM Waves and Geometric Optics 6. Electric Field and Capacitors 7. Current Electricity and DC Circuit 8. Electromagnetism 9. Electromagnetic Induction 10. Relativity 11. Quantum Physics 12. Nuclear Physics||Physics Olympiad (Senior) 1. Mechanics 2. Mechanics of Rigid Bodies 3. Electricity and Magnetism 4. Oscillations and Waves 5. Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 6. Quantum Physics and Special Relativity|
More Science EnrichmentSolving robotic challenges builds innovation, creativity and problem solving skills in students, and because robotics cross multiple curriculum subjects, students must learn and apply their knowledge in science, engineering, math, and computer programming. The most rewarding part of designing robots is that students have fun, work together as a team. At TuitionPhysics.com, other than attending Physics Tuition classes, some of our students are robotics enthusiasts who take part in robotic competitions. Typically, LEGO NXT robotics systems are used. In addition, below are the list of national enrichment activities for students in schools. If you need more information on the below activities, do contact us!
|Google Science Fair||~ May||All|
|NUS IEEE Robotics Challenge||~ April||JC/Poly|
|World Robotics Olympiad||~ November||Sec|
|Amazing Science-X Competition||~ April||All|
|Taiwan International Science Fair||~ September||All|
|YDSP Science and Technology Camp||~ May||Sec|
|International Youth Science Fair||January||All|
|NUS Outreach||Various programmes in the year||JC|
|Global Space & Tech Convention||Febuary||All|
|Science Mentorship Programme||Jan-Sep||Sec|
|Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors’ Award||January||All|