## Welcome to the Irish Bebras Challenge portal!

Bebras Challenges test your logic and computational skills through different types of fun and challenging problems.

**National Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge – ****Round 2 Tech Week 2018**

The Irish Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge National Final will take place on **21st April 2018.**

**STUDENTS:**You need a login to be able to participate in this challenge which you will get from your teacher.- Login by clicking on the
*Login*link at the top of this page. Enter the user ID and password you are given by your teacher. - To start the Challenge, click on the
*Challenges*link above and select which group you are in. - You will be prompted to enter a password. That password will be given to you at the start of the challenge.
- When you start, you will see that all questions are indicated as "Not Answered". This main page will change once you have selected your answer.
- In total, there are 15 questions. For the youngest age group, there are 12 questions.
- You may change your answer at any time, and may complete the problems in any order.
- For all problems you will have the option to erase your answer. This option appears as the last option in all multiple-choice problems.
- You have 45 minutes to complete the challenge. You will see a timer indicating how much time is remaining.

#### A note on scoring:

The problems come in three levels of difficulty: A, B and C.

The "A"-level problems are intended to be easier than the "B"-level problems, which are intended to be easier than the "C"-level problems.

You can find a problem's difficulty in the problem overview before you click on it. The difficulty of a problem determines how it will be scored. The scoring rules are as follows:

Difficulty | Correct | Incorrect | Unanswered |
---|---|---|---|

A | +6 points | 0 points | 0 points |

B | +9 points | 0 points | 0 points |

C | +12 points | 0 points | 0 points |