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The International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics is an international competition for high school students in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics, similar to the other International Science Olympiads.

Participants, who must not be enrolled in higher education and be under the age of 20 on June 30th of the event year, solve theoretical, data analysis, and observational problems individually and in teams over a 10-day period under monitored and timed conditions.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Where Can I Get the Previous Year Question Papers Of IOAA?

Ans. Students can download the previous year question papers for free from the IOAA's official website. Question papers for at least five years of the Olympiad are available on the website. There are question papers that have been solved. Since the answer keys are crucial, you can download the question papers as well as the answer keys for each question. Aside from the IOAA's official website, a number of other online forums provide sample question papers and previous year's question papers. They are revised on a regular basis to assist students.

2. Who Bears the Expenses For Participating in IOAA?

Ans. The Ministry that sends the students to the competition covers the costs of their participation in the IOAA. They pay for the round-trip fare. The Education Ministry, which sends the students, also covers the costs of the accompanying individual. The organising country's ministry is responsible for all costs associated with the gathering, including lodging, excursions, awards, and other expenses. Since this is an educational event, the host country makes all of the necessary arrangements for all of the participating countries' teams. The costs are covered by the host country from the moment the teams arrive in the country.

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