Yeah, it's not that difficult...and is probably way overcurved. Hopefully, the judges will find a way to score it fairly. To practice, just make someone on your team make an acid/base of some given molality and then do the titrations. Try to do it at least once with each of: a pH probe, phenolphthalein, burettes, and pipettes. Just get a good method with your partner that won't leave one of you doing nothing while the other does the whole titration.
I wouldn't expect diprotic acids for the titration race, but I'd prepare for them for the rest of the labs/questions. They could do more than one titration the way the rules are written.
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