AP Bowl, April 23, 2016
Location: Clough Undergraduate Building, Auditorium, Room 152
Directions to Building: http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/ice-gt/1862
Parking: State Street Parking Lot. Parking is $2.00 per hour. Parking directions for State Street.
Time: 9:30am - 12:00 pm
Open to: 9th-12th grade students
Register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/APBowl16
We had 340 students register and 255 students take the practice exam. 68 (27%) were female and 187 (73%) were male. 101 were Asian (41%), 99 were Caucasian (40%), 18 were African American (7%), 13 were Other (5%), and 11 were Hispanic (4%), 6 were multi-racial (2%), and 1 was Native American / Alaskan Native.
The Students who Scored 39/40 were:
William Hellier of Whitefield Academy
Katie Cella of Whitefield Academy
Evan Gosset of Whitefield Academy
The Students who Scored 38/40 were:
Jake Montgomery of Marist
Donovan Glover of Roswell High School
Derek Wu of Alpharetta High School
Davis Tardif of Roswell High School
The Students who Scored 37/40 were:
Michael Horton of Alpharetta High School
Justin Chu of Alpharetta High School
Stephen Hellier of Whitefield Academy
Chip Goldsmith of Whitefield Academy
Clare Hunter of Lakeside High School
Felipe Midlej Martineli Gramacho of Northview High School
The Students who Scored 36/40 were:
Karl Lee of The Walker School
Kyle Stewart of Whitefield Academy
Yuqiao Shao of Lassiter High School
Ryan Tobin of Alpharetta High School
Andrew Fu of Alpharetta High School
Julia Gu of Alpharetta High School
Sankalp Vadlapudi of Lambert High School
Derek Hopper of Alpharetta High School
This event is open to 9th-12th grade students in Georgia who are in an AP CS A course and/or who will take the AP C A exam. Students must register to attend so that we will know how many tests to print.
We will give away at least $3,000 in prizes this year. We will give top prizes to the top 5 scorers, and also prizes to at least the next 10 scorers. The rest of the prizes will be raffled off to the rest of the students who take the practice exam.
This will be a paper-based multiple choice test similar to the AP CS A multiple choice part. There will be 40 questions and students will have 90 minutes to complete the exam.
Teachers do not have to attend in order for the students to attend, but are welcome to attend. Teachers can help proctor the exam. There will be an information session with Jennifer Whitlow, Director or Enrollment, for parents while the students are taking the exam.
Students should bring a pen or pencil and a water bottle.
For information from the 2015 competition see http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/ice-gt/2358
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