Science Bowl - Subject Areas

Subject Areas

For the 2011 Science Bowl, a new energy topic has been added to the subject categories. Additionally, Earth Science and Astronomy have been combined into "Earth and Space Science", and General Science has been eliminated for high school. High school questions are now asked in the categories entitled Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Energy, and "Earth and Space Science". Middle school questions are asked in the categories Physical Science, Life Science, Mathematics, Energy, General Science, and Earth and Space Science. In late 2002, Computer Science was dropped as an official category; questions relating to computer science are now asked under either General Science or Mathematics. The National Science Bowl organization announced the addition of a category for Current Events for the 2005 National Competition, though this category was dropped for the 2006 and 2007 National Competitions.

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... Twenty-three subject areas, and 96 per cent of staff, were awarded 5 or 5* ratings in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise ... Eighteen subject areas were rated top ten in the UK, whilst fourteen subject areas were rated the best in Scotland ...
Blatchington Mill School And Sixth Form College - Academic Performance
... Attainment across subject areas is very strong ... Fourteen subject areas (Art, Biology, Chemistry, Core Science, Design, Drama, English Literature, Geography, History, Maths, Music, Other Sciences, Physics, and Statistics) have A*-A benchmarks that are ... No subject areas have A*-A or A*-C benchmarks that are significantly below national averages ...
Welsh Devolution Referendum, 2011 - Referendum Question - Revised Question
... - what happens at the moment The Assembly has powers to make laws on 20 subject areas, such as agriculture, education, the environment, health, housing, local government ... In each subject area, the Assembly can make laws on some matters, but not others ... The Assembly cannot make laws on subject areas such as defence, tax or welfare benefits, whatever the result of this vote ...

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