Nationals Raw Scores

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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby Crazy Puny Man » May 20th, 2014, 10:41 pm

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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby elephantower » May 21st, 2014, 9:18 am

Well this got a bit off track...so the entomology test was fairly difficult then, if a medalist missed 3? I seriously doubt any medalists missed more than 2 on geomaps.
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N/A = didn't compete

2013:
Geologic Mapping: 1, 2
Designer Genes: 3, :(
Astronomy: N/A, :(
2014:
Geologic Mapping: 1, N/A
Protein Modelling: 1, N/A
It's About Time: 1, N/A
Forensics: 9, N/A
2015:
Geologic Mapping: 1, ?
Hydrogeology: 1, ?
It's About Time: 1, ?
Forensics: 10, ?

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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby henceagrin36 » May 25th, 2014, 6:33 pm

The entomology test wasn't hard. It was quite simple for a nationals test; our state test was harder. I'm guessing that the entomology raw scores percentage correct must have been fairly high. Medalists probably missed only <5 for sure.
GeoLogic Mapping wasn't terribly difficult, but it wasn't terribly easy either. My partner and I were actually unsure about the last problem, so I think we missed a few, unless we guessed correctly...Still, raw score percentages are definitely very high.
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Re: Nationals Raw Scores

Postby elephantower » May 27th, 2014, 10:16 pm

Interesting. To be honest, I feel like we missed a few too, but even some 20th place finishers said that that they didn't miss a single question, so that made me wonder. That last question definitely had confusing wording (I'd never seen "map projection" used in that context before). And then my partner and I both derped and treated it like a contact instead of a bed... At least we had plenty of time :P
[S/N]
N/A = didn't compete

2013:
Geologic Mapping: 1, 2
Designer Genes: 3, :(
Astronomy: N/A, :(
2014:
Geologic Mapping: 1, N/A
Protein Modelling: 1, N/A
It's About Time: 1, N/A
Forensics: 9, N/A
2015:
Geologic Mapping: 1, ?
Hydrogeology: 1, ?
It's About Time: 1, ?
Forensics: 10, ?


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