Thursday, 17 May 2018
World Knowledge Olympiad
The World Knowledge Olympiad is a long standing national Olympiad for Grade 6 – 12 learners. For almost 30 years, it has attracted bright and curious young minds who are self-starters wanting to know more about the world around them.
The Olympiad is open to ALL learners at South African schools so it is an opportunity to challenge your school and your learners to test their general knowledge against the rest of the country.
High School (Gr 8 – 12) or the Primary School Olympiad (Gr 6 -7) can enter. The entry fee is R25 per learner. If your school enters more than 25 learners, then you qualify for the discounted rate of R15 per person.
Each learner that participates in the World Knowledge Olympiad, will receive a certificate. The question paper is in Afrikaans and English.
Tel : +27 10 290 3030
The certificates are in Afrikaans and English.
Date: Thursday, 17 May 2018
Time: 14:00 till 15:15
Closing date: Friday, 30 March 2018
To improve the ease of registration and payment for your school, the World Knowledge Olympiad have partnered with Quicket to handle the registration and payment process. Many schools already make use of this company for their concert and special event ticket sales.
The easiest and preferred option to register and pay by going to www.quicket.co.za, then searching for “World Knowledge Olympiad” and following the instructions. You can choose to pay via Credit Card, EFT or Bank Transfer. You do not need to complete a separate entry form.
Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 010 900 3030 to register your school. We will then send you a unique Bank Reference number for your school to pay and confirm your school’s entry.
Please download the following documents and follow the instructions in the document:
The question paper consists of multiple choice questions. Answers are marked positively with no marks deducted for wrong answers. As the name of the Olympiad indicates, the subject is general knowledge.
The questions on current topics are drawn from a wide range of popular media sources, including newspapers, periodicals, books, radio, TV and online news portals. Approximately one third of the questions are from mainstream newspapers.
Gr 8 to 12 Downloads
Gr 6 to 7 Downloads
Tel +27 10 900 3030
P.O Box 781405, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, 2196