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JSC
Full results presentation here:

http://scholarscup.org/results/

It was 3400 students from 35 countries, across two age divisions.
Stanley Tree
QUOTE (JSC @ Jul 8 2016, 03:08 AM) *
Full results presentation here:

http://scholarscup.org/results/

It was 3400 students from 35 countries, across two age divisions.


Please tell me you got to go to all of these. If so...you need help?

E: Wow, it looks like a team from Indonesia won? Man, there are over 1,000 pages of info on the international. This is something else.
JSC
QUOTE (Stanley Tree @ Jul 7 2016, 11:15 PM) *
QUOTE (JSC @ Jul 8 2016, 03:08 AM) *
Full results presentation here:

http://scholarscup.org/results/

It was 3400 students from 35 countries, across two age divisions.


Please tell me you got to go to all of these. If so...you need help?

E: Wow, it looks like a team from Indonesia won? Man, there are over 1,000 pages of info on the international. This is something else.
I've been to many of those schools, but by no means all. I would indeed need your help in that regard! They are a mix of international schools and local schools that often times have very, very little instruction in English.

I wouldn't agree that a team from Indonesia won, despite how fervent that country is for WSC. In the junior division it went to Vietnam, a place that eats up this kind of academic competition. In the seniors it's another story.


JSC
QUOTE (JSC @ Jul 8 2016, 03:23 AM) *
QUOTE (Stanley Tree @ Jul 7 2016, 11:15 PM) *
QUOTE (JSC @ Jul 8 2016, 03:08 AM) *
Full results presentation here:

http://scholarscup.org/results/

It was 3400 students from 35 countries, across two age divisions.


Please tell me you got to go to all of these. If so...you need help?

E: Wow, it looks like a team from Indonesia won? Man, there are over 1,000 pages of info on the international. This is something else.
I've been to many of those schools, but by no means all. I would indeed need your help in that regard! They are a mix of international schools and local schools that often times have very, very little instruction in English.

I wouldn't agree that a team from Indonesia won, despite how fervent that country is for WSC. In the junior division it went to Vietnam, a place that eats up this kind of academic competition. In the seniors it's another story.


Actually, in the senior division, the girls from Nanyang in Singapore ran away with the thing. They were so, so extraordinarily dominant. The kind of win that scoremongers like here would drool over. I mean, like 2000 out of 32. Beast mode.
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