|Exam||Number of students||Number of schools||Average score||Average score (percent)|
|Chem 13 News||1551||253||14.8 (out of 38 questions)||39.0|
|Avogadro||4741||373||16.0 (out of 40 questions)||40.0|
Participating teachers can use our online testing platform (SciOn) to view the exam with results, access their students’ scores, and generate certificates of distinction or participation. The website is https://scion.uwaterloo.ca.
Access to SciOn: Participating teachers must use the login and password information they used to sign in to administer the exam. The information was sent by email from email@example.com. If teachers no longer have this information, please contact Barbara Levai-Sharpe (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reset their login and password. Please remember that if you ordered both exams, you received a separate login and password for each exam.
The administration of the exam is the responsibility of Dr. Laura Ingram of the University of Waterloo; her decision is final.
All correspondence about the exam, exam results and prizes should be addressed to Dr. Laura Ingram (email@example.com), Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo ON N2L 3G1.
Prizes and certificates
All students receive a certificate of participation. The top scoring students from Canada and the United States on the Chem 13 News Exam and Avogadro Exam each receive a limited-edition plaque featuring an element from our Timeline of Elements poster or Periodic Table Project.
If you have any questions, please let us know. Email Barbara Levai-Sharpe at firstname.lastname@example.org.