1. Who can compete?
All students of primary /middle /secondary /higher secondary schools can take part in competition.
2. How do I apply?
Each candidate can enter competition by filling out a Registration Form which can be found here “ceats.org.pk” First you need to fill the registration form, attach Bank Draft with registration form and sending it to CEATS Head Office.
3. How and where can I pay the enrollment fee?
Fee shall be accepted as Bankers Check/Demand Draft of Scheduled Banks of Pakistan. CEATS shall not accept CASH payment from schools.
4. How can I pay fee online?
Visit any nearest Branch of Meezan Bank to pay fee online remitted in favor of “CEATS”.
5. How many categories are there in CEATS contest?
There are 5 categories. The competition is open to students of all abilities, at five levels: Pre Junior (Class 1-2),Super Junior (Class 3-4), Junior (Class 5-6), Ovate (Class 7-8) and Elder (Class 9-10/ O-Level)
6. How do I prepare for the exam?
Visit the page “ceats.org.pk“and there you will find required material for practicing.
7. How are the candidates assessed and ranked?
There is only one correct answer to each question, and each is marked with a point. There is a penalty of one point for each incorrect answer. If the question is left unanswered, it is worth 0 points. To avoid negative scores, each student begins with a credit of 24 to 30 points. Hence, the minimum score attainable is 0 points
8. How is the test done?
Answers for test will be marked on a special Bubble Sheet. Most of our paper based MCQS tests, which are administered under standardized conditions at schools. Answer sheets are returned to CEATS for scoring and analysis. We advise hereby to hold Question Booklets at school’s record office. Use them for next year’s preparation.
9. What do I need to bring to the exam?
Candidates are only required to bring a pen and pencil. Notebooks, pencil cases, books, dictionaries, or any electronic device will not be allowed in the exams.
10. What are the tests that lead to the Pakistan towards International Olympiads?
The CEATS Competition is a standalone contest with benefits of its own. The format of CEATS competitions is very much supporting and meaningful in taking international assessment tests such as IMO, IPhO, IChO