FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions

What does “PYPT” stand for?
“PYPT” stands for “Pakistan Young Physicists’ Tournament”.

How can I participate in PYPT?

To get yourself register in PYPT click the following link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqbUX-evQcEKM-R1JeR1NDHYsvtA8659PrONJQbeMVkE6yyA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1egxtzLnucxU3P14W88vuGCISOwFKOP6evB0khmwMd3u7-s8It7mO55Dw

Who can participate in the IYPT?
Each country may be represented by one team, consisting of five high school (secondary school) students. The participation of university students is not allowed. Each team is accompanied by two team leaders.

Who formulates the problems for the IYPT?
The problems are formulated by the International Organizing Committee (IOC). Each participating country suggests possible problems. The IOC then chooses from this pool of problems, maybe rewording them partially. The IOC takes care that not all the problems come from the same fields of physics

Which age group can participate in PYPT?

Students of Highschool (grade 8th, 9th, 10th), A levels and O levels and higher secondary school  can Participate. 

In which month regionals and nationals of PYPT held every year?

PYPT regionals are held in October and November every year and nationals of PYPT are held in December and January.

How many members do each team consists of ?

Each team participating in PYPT consists of minimum 3 members and maximum  5 members.

 Can individual participate in PYPT?

Yes individuals can participate in PYPT. Individuals are adjusted in some other team.

How is final team for Pakistan selected?

Best 3 teams are selected in finals of PYPT. Then out of 15 participant , 10 participants are selected then out of which best 5 are selected.

What can I do if I have a question which is not listed here?
You can simply write an email or contact on any social media account.