|Years in SO||6|
|Current Team||WW-P High School North|
|Past Team(s)||Community Middle School|
|Events competed in||99|
|Number of competitions||9|
|Number of tests written||21|
In division B, I primarily did build events, but my favorites were Elastic Launched Glider, Hovercraft, Battery Buggy, and Road Scholar. In my 9th grade year, I also picked up Parasitology for Rustin Invitational, which quickly became one of my favorite non-build events. Currently, however, my favorite events are Sounds of Music, Codebusters, and Cybersecurity.
I'm also a test writer for many invitationals, including Rustin, Sierra Vista, Yosemite, and Yale; I've proctored and supervised events such as Road Scholar, Codebusters, Sounds of Music, Mission Possible, and Cybersecurity. All of my tests are publicly available below, but I just ask that the questions are not reused for other competitions!
Finally, I'm also a tournament co-director for the BIRDSO Invitational!
2016-2017 (7th Grade, Div B)
In 7th grade, I made Community Middle School's A team, although I was absolutely terrible at my events. We only went to two invitationals that year, Rustin and Little Tiger. This was also my first nationals competition, which was held at Ohio State University.
|Write It Do It||6th||3rd||3rd||24th||37th|
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2017-2018 (8th Grade, Div B)
In 8th grade, I picked up Road Scholar as a filler to do at regionals. I did very similar events as I did the previous year, but I also picked up Mystery Architecture, which became one of my most hated events, to date.
2018-2019 (9th Grade, Div B)
With two years of experience, I decided to pick up many more events my freshman year of high school, most notably build events. My favorite event by far was Elastic Launched Glider, but I also competed in Battery Buggy, Mystery Architecture, and Roller Coaster with my brother, Sciolyperson1.
|Elastic Launched Glider||1st||1st||1st||1st||-||1st||2nd|
|Duct Tape Challenge||-||13th||4th||-||-||-||-|
2019-2020 (10th Grade, Div C)
In 10th grade, I entered division C, competing for West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North. I picked up Codebusters as a filler, as well as Ping Pong Parachute and Sounds of Music. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our team was unable to compete at Nationals. This year, I also wrote tests for several division B invitationals, such as Road Scholar tests for the Raymond Park, Rustin, Jeffrey Trail, and Eagle Invitationals.
|Ping Pong Parachute||1st||6th||12th||1st||19th||5th||1st||N|
|Sounds of Music||10th||2nd||1st||1st||20th||-||1st||A|
2020-2021 (11th Grade, Div C)
I became a lot more active in Science Olympiad my junior year, adding Digital Structures and Cybersecurity to the events I competed in. I also helped run SMEC, beginning the challenges in July with the Codebusters Scrimmage. This year, I became a lot more active in the Scioly.org community, and I was able to meet a lot of new people in the Scioly.org Discord! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I was also able to help out with a lot of competitions across the nation; I wrote, supervised, and graded a total of 15 tests for 12 competitions.
|Ping Pong Parachute||-||-||-|
|Sounds of Music||3rd||-||2nd|
|We've Got Your Number||-||6th||-|
Event Supervising and Volunteering
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|2019-2020||SSSS||--||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Jeffery Trail/OSCA/Kraemer Scrimmage||October 12th, 2019||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Raymond Park Invitational||December 14th, 2019||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Rustin Invitational||January 4th, 2020||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Jeffrey Trail Invitational||February 1st, 2020||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Eagle Invitational||February 8th, 2020||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|2020-2021||SSSS||--||Codebusters C Writer||Link: |
|Pseudonats||June 28th, 2020||Road Scholar B Writer||Link: |
|Pseudonats||June 28th, 2020||Science Olympiad History Writer||Link: |
|August SMEC||August 21, 2020||Codebusters C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|October SMEC||October 23-29, 2020||Lean Mean Meme Machine C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|November SO Practice||November 7th, 2020||Sounds of Music C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|Pearl City Invitational||December 12th, 2020||Sounds of Music C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|Camas Invitational||December 12th, 2020||Mission Possible B Event Supervisor||--|
|Yosemite Invitational||December 19th - December 20th, 2020||Codebusters C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|Yosemite Invitational||December 19th - December 20th, 2020||Cybersecurity C Writer/Event Supervisor||Link: |
|Rustin Invitational||January 9th, 2021||Road Scholar B Writer/Event Supervisor||-|
|Mililani Invitational||January 22nd-23rd, 2021||-||-|
|Yale Invitational||February 6th, 2021||-||-|
|Eagle Invitational||February 13th, 2021||-||-|
Experiences with Events
- Battery Buggy B
- Boomilever C
- Codebusters C
- Cybersecurity C
- Digital Structures C
- Duct Tape Challenge B
- Elastic Launched Glider B
- Fermi Questions C
- Game On B
- Gravity Vehicle C
- Indoor Bottle Rocket B
- Helicopter C
- Hovercraft B
- Mystery Architecture B
- Parasitology B
- Parasitology C
- Ping Pong Parachute C
- Road Scholar B
- Roller Coaster B
- Sounds of Music C
- The Lean Mean Meme Machine C
- We've Got Your Number C
- Wright Stuff B
- Wright Stuff C
- Write It Do It B
I made and run the BirdSO webpage, which can be found here!
I made an automatic Codebusters test generator, written in Python. Feel free to add the bot to your own server to practice with!
This is an automatic superscorer, which takes either a Scilympiad website or a CSV file as input.