Feb 25, 2019

NSW Schools Titration Competition

  • Crimson Education
  • NSW, Australia
Competition Workshop


The NWS Schools Titration Competition is a quantitative analytical competition open to NSW students currently enrolled in Senior Chemistry studying towards the Higher School Certificate. The competition operates at a number of school and university venues throughout the State. Students compete in teams of three and, in ninety minutes, most complete a set of acid-base titrations to determine the unknown concentration of a weak acid. The team's score will depend on the accuracy of the work of its members. The best score wins medals for the team. They may then be invited to participate in the National Competition later in the year.

Some competition venues also have associated lectures that students can attend.

For more information visit the official website here

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range




Teams are formed at the school level, so competitiveness may vary, but there is no limit to how many teams a school may have.

Participation Cost


Cost for the most expensive competition location (with additional lecture) is roughly $43 USD, though there may be additional travel costs depending on distance

Minimum Technical Skill Needed


Students will need a strong chemistry background (the competition is restricted to students enrolled in Senior Chemistry)

Time Commitment


Students may choose to practice for the competition in advance, but all relevent information is taught as part of their in-class curriculum

Application Deadline

2020 Competition has been cancelled - dates for 2021 TBA

Application Process Includes

Registration form