Anyone Medal at Nationals?

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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby paleonaps » May 31st, 2010, 2:54 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby dvd » June 1st, 2010, 6:30 pm

5th in disease! :D
2011 Regional, States, National Events
Disease Detectives- N/A, 3rd, 9th
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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby masterhat » June 4th, 2010, 10:40 am

1st in chem lab, 3rd in egg-o-naut (even though my partner did all of the work), and we got 12th in mission possible (but we should have gotten first, we were .05 seconds under the specified time; human reaction time is about 1.8 sec)

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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby bubblebrian » June 5th, 2010, 9:25 am

3rd in weather
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Regionals- first on BP, DD, weather

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Bio-process- Sixth
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meteorology- first
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Nationals-
Meteorology: Third!!!
Bio-process lab- ninth
Disease Detectives: Twelfth
Experimental Design- Eighteenth
PT: 34

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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby earthbot25 » June 5th, 2010, 12:17 pm

sixth in bio-process
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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby lllazar » June 5th, 2010, 7:31 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
What did the B kids get again? Was it 2000 for each year?

I wonder how competitiveness would be affected if nats was held at an IVY or one of the top Tech Schools (Cal tech, MIT, Georgia Tech)
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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby haven chuck » June 5th, 2010, 8:02 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
What did the B kids get again? Was it 2000 for each year?

I wonder how competitiveness would be affected if nats was held at an IVY or one of the top Tech Schools (Cal tech, MIT, Georgia Tech)
Yeah, it was $2000 per year. As far as the other thing you said, the U of I is the only tournament to do the full-ride scholarships for 1st places, so it wouldn't make much of a difference if it was at one of the mentioned institutions as far as that goes, unless they decided to do that, which is extremely doubtful.
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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby SLM » June 5th, 2010, 9:36 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
It depends entirely on what field one wishes to study. If you wish to study engineering, then you should seriously consider UIUC . It's college of engineering has been consistently ranked in the top 10 among the US engineering colleges by the US News and Word Report.

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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby kjhsscioly » June 5th, 2010, 10:47 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
What did the B kids get again? Was it 2000 for each year?

I wonder how competitiveness would be affected if nats was held at an IVY or one of the top Tech Schools (Cal tech, MIT, Georgia Tech)
Yeah, it was $2000 per year. As far as the other thing you said, the U of I is the only tournament to do the full-ride scholarships for 1st places, so it wouldn't make much of a difference if it was at one of the mentioned institutions as far as that goes, unless they decided to do that, which is extremely doubtful.
Either way, the applicant would still have to get accepted through admissions, scholarship or not. I believe it mentions that on the UIUC site somewhere

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Re: Anyone Medal at Nationals?

Postby bubblebrian » June 7th, 2010, 5:58 pm

Probably not, but maybe a good safety school.
It depends entirely on what field one wishes to study. If you wish to study engineering, then you should seriously consider UIUC . It's college of engineering has been consistently ranked in the top 10 among the US engineering colleges by the US News and Word Report.
It's a full ride scholarship for an undergraduate degree, so if you want to go to another college that's better (and earn a masters or phd), you can still go
Wisconsin Hamilton MS!!!
Regionals- first on BP, DD, weather

State-
Bio-process- Sixth
Disease detectives- Third
meteorology- first
PT- eleventh
ED- fourth
team- first

Nationals-
Meteorology: Third!!!
Bio-process lab- ninth
Disease Detectives: Twelfth
Experimental Design- Eighteenth
PT: 34


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