There are 3 levels of competition in Science Bee:

Each contestant will be given a set of 30 questions to answer them. The maximum time allocated to answer the 30 questions is 40 minutes. Each contestant is given the question paper along with a blank answer sheet with 30 numbered rows to write the final answer. Each question has adequate space to arrive at the answer with a pencil. No other sheets will be given. Contestants are allowed to use the backside of the question paper to work out problems. Contestants are required to transfer the answers from the question paper to the answer sheet (which is attached to the question paper and contains 30 numbered rows to write the final answer).

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- JSC (Junior Science Bee): Grades 1, 2 and 3
- ISC (Intermediate Science Bee): Grades 4 and 5
- SSC (Senior Science Bee): Grades 6, 7 and 8

Each contestant will be given a set of 30 questions to answer them. The maximum time allocated to answer the 30 questions is 40 minutes. Each contestant is given the question paper along with a blank answer sheet with 30 numbered rows to write the final answer. Each question has adequate space to arrive at the answer with a pencil. No other sheets will be given. Contestants are allowed to use the backside of the question paper to work out problems. Contestants are required to transfer the answers from the question paper to the answer sheet (which is attached to the question paper and contains 30 numbered rows to write the final answer).

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**NSF website.**