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2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: August 28th, 2017, 11:00 am
by JBriteBrownscioly
Brown University Science Olympiad is excited to announce Brown University's 2018 Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament.

When/Where: Brown University's campus located in Providence, Rhode Island on Saturday February 3, 2018.

1. The tournament is being run and tests are being written and supervised by experienced Science Olympiad alumni from schools such as Mira Loma HS and the Iolani School, just to name a few. All 2017-2018 events will be held at the tournament.
2. The tournament will be fully staffed and committed to providing a fun, efficient, and competitive experience. Tests will be designed to be challenging, but also accessible to less competitive teams.
3. The tournament is a great opportunity to interact with Brown’s prestigious science departments as well as Brown undergraduate students focusing in STEM.

Registration: Registration opens September 12, 2017 and is limited to one team per school. Registration is first come first serve and will close once 30 teams register. The cost of registration is $100 per team.

For further information please visit our website http://brownscioly.com/ or email us at brownscioly@gmail.com.

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: August 28th, 2017, 2:21 pm
by antoine_ego
[/u][/b] Registration opens September 12, 2017 and is limited to one team per school. Registration is first come first serve and will close once 30 teams register. The cost of registration is $100 per team.
Are we allowed to bring 2 teams?

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: August 28th, 2017, 3:27 pm
by Pupitre
[/u][/b] Registration opens September 12, 2017 and is limited to one team per school. Registration is first come first serve and will close once 30 teams register. The cost of registration is $100 per team.
Are we allowed to bring 2 teams?
Hi there!

Since we're only able to accommodate 30 teams this first year, each school is limited to 1 team. We hope you're able to attend!

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: August 28th, 2017, 4:41 pm
by EastStroudsburg13
Honestly I like this policy; since so many invites accommodate multiple teams per school, this will hopefully allow more smaller teams to compete without getting crowded out by multiple teams of larger teams.

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: August 28th, 2017, 5:02 pm
by Pupitre
Honestly I like this policy; since so many invites accommodate multiple teams per school, this will hopefully allow more smaller teams to compete without getting crowded out by multiple teams of larger teams.
That's the idea! We really want this tournament to serve as an opportunity to build the competitive level of RI and the New England area.

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: September 24th, 2017, 6:14 pm
by Pupitre
Hello again!

We'd just like to remind everyone that registration for our tournament is LIVE and all of the necessary information can be found on the registration tab at

brownscioly.com

We're approaching our capacity of 30 Division C teams quickly, and we will be assembling a waitlist until December 1st 2017. We'd love to see your team there! Feel free to reach out to brownscioly@gmail.com if you have any questions regarding the tournament.

Ethan
Tournament Director
ScB Geology - Biology 2020

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: October 12th, 2017, 7:38 pm
by DrakonidOperative
Hi!

Is it too late to register, or will teams be put on the waitlist now?

Thanks!

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: February 7th, 2018, 5:31 pm
by antoine_ego
Anyone have results?

Re: 2018 Brown University Invitational Div C

Posted: February 9th, 2018, 7:27 pm
by defenestrate
Here are the results!

1. South Windsor High School A - 88
2. Barrington High School A - 134
3. Westborough High School - 152
4. St. Johnsbury B - 232
5. South Windsor B - 254
6. Jonathan Law A - 255
7. Longmeadow A - 257
8. Portsmouth A - 260
9. EO Smith A - 279
10. Jonathan B - 285

The teams weren't super competitive. I'm just happy because this is the first time my school has placed in the top 3 at a competition :)