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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by roadscholar11 » February 10th, 2018, 5:31 pm

Anyone have a screenshot or pdf of Princeton results? I can't access them on my phone. Thanks!

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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by Unome » February 10th, 2018, 6:05 pm

roadscholar11 wrote:Anyone have a screenshot or pdf of Princeton results? I can't access them on my phone. Thanks!
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by pikachu4919 » February 10th, 2018, 8:56 pm

Any spicy event ratings for us supervisors or in general? I’m interested!
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by windu34 » February 10th, 2018, 9:21 pm

pikachu4919 wrote:Any spicy event ratings for us supervisors or in general? I’m interested!
Same! (Although I forced you all to give me feedback)
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by armadillo » February 10th, 2018, 10:22 pm

I felt like the Remote Sensing test was very well madr, as it wasn't absurdly long (MIT lol) but thoroughly tested knowledge in all areas. It was also neat that studying tips were provided for each part.

Would it be possible to know what people generally found hardest/easiest on the test?

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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by knottingpurple » February 11th, 2018, 6:12 am

armadillo wrote:I felt like the Remote Sensing test was very well madr, as it wasn't absurdly long (MIT lol) but thoroughly tested knowledge in all areas. It was also neat that studying tips were provided for each part.

Would it be possible to know what people generally found hardest/easiest on the test?
Yeah, let's see aggregate data from that survey! How did people's estimates of their scores compare to their actual scores, I know we estimated like 50% and got like 10% higher than that...

It was a good test but I guess overall for me, maybe because I've done this event so many times, it just feels like practice comparing my skills to other teams and although there were facts I missed there wasn't really anything where I went wow I have never thought about this before.
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by pb5754 » February 11th, 2018, 8:04 am

Top 6 Before Manually Stacking:
1. Montgomery (191)
2. Rustin A (203)
3. North A (249)
4. South A (264)
5. Camas (264)
6. North B (265)

Top 6 After Manually Stacking
1. North (124)
2. South (164)
3. Montgomery (191)
4. Rustin (191)
5. Charter School of Wilmington (244)
6. Lower Merion (254)
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by jonboyage » February 11th, 2018, 9:52 am

pb5754[] wrote:Top 6 Before Manually Stacking:
1. Montgomery (191)
2. Rustin A (203)
3. North A (249)
4. South A (264)
5. Camas (264)
6. North B (265)

Top 6 After Manually Stacking
1. North (124)
2. South (164)
3. Montgomery (191)
4. Rustin (191)
5. Charter School of Wilmington (244)
6. Lower Merion (254)
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Re: 2018 Princeton University Invitational

Post by windu34 » February 11th, 2018, 10:12 am

armadillo wrote:I felt like the Remote Sensing test was very well madr, as it wasn't absurdly long (MIT lol) but thoroughly tested knowledge in all areas. It was also neat that studying tips were provided for each part.

Would it be possible to know what people generally found hardest/easiest on the test?
Im glad you liked it! Yes! I will be compiling all the data i took from the survey and be analyzing it against teams' raw scores amd would be happy to post it here!
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