Bebras Mini Challenges, like Bebras 365, are available as a free, easy-access resource throughout the year. Bebras Mini Challenges and do not require a student or teacher login to access and students will receive a grade upon completion of the questions. These challenges are shorter than Bebras 365 with a focus on one particular Computational Thinking skill.
Bebras Mini Challenges have been divided into three categories: primary school students, middle school students and senior secondary students. The primary category is recommended for students in years 3-5, middle school for students in years 6-8, and senior secondary for students in year 9 and above.
These age groupings are a suggestion only, and we encourage students to challenge themselves by attempting different question sets.
Select a year group to start answering the questions.
Bebras Mini Challenge: Pattern Recognition
This challenge consists of questions that use Pattern Recognition as a key skill for solving the problem. The questions all come from previous years' Bebras Challenges.
Bebras Mini Challenge: Networking
This challenge consists of questions that require students to read and interpret variations of networks or network graphs in order to solve the problem. The questions all come from previous years' Bebras Challenges.
Bebras Mini Challenge: Coding and Decoding
This challenge draws on questions that require students to write small programs, or use decoding strategies to solve the questions. The questions come from previous years' Bebras Challenges.