Log1 Contest Results History

Previous Years' Rankings and Contest Statistics

February 2018 Log1 Results, Round 3

Individual Test Raw - Score Statistics

  Mean Median Mode Max Min Std Dev
Mu: 19.27 16.00 04 71 00 14.61
Alpha: 17.53 14.00 04 75 00 13.50
Theta: 15.82 12.00 04 63 00 13.53

 

January 2018 Log1 Results, Round 2

Number Theory Topic Test - Raw Score Statistics

  Mean Median Mode Max Min Std Dev
Mu: 27.50 22.00 04 75 00 20.47
Alpha: 25.02 20.00 12 75 00 17.43
Theta: 24.49 19.00 04 75 00 18.62

Applications Topic Test - Raw Score Statistics

  Mean Median Mode Max Min Std Dev
Mu: 18.15 17.00 13 70 00 11.11
Alpha: 17.44 14.00 04 58 00 12.17
Theta: 16.67 13.00 04 63 00 12.30

 

December 2017 Log1 Results, Round 1

Functions Topic Test - Raw Score Statistics

  Mean Median Mode Max Min Std Dev
Mu: 29.26 27.00 21 75 00 14.10
Alpha: 24.52 21.00 12 75 00 16.18
Theta: 21.94 17.00 08 75 00 16.94

Counting and Probability Topic Test - Raw Score Statistics

  Mean Median Mode Max Min Std Dev
Mu: 29.06 26.00 08 70 00 17.49
Alpha: 21.07 17.00 08 75 00 14.94
Theta: 16.18 12.00 04 63 00 14.23

 

 

2017-2018 Log 1 Contest

Final Rankings

 

Competitor Ranks:  Top 40 Region 1   

Competitor Ranks:  Top 40 Region 2   

Competitor Ranks:  Top 40 Region 3   

Competitor Ranks:  Top 40 Region 4

Competitor Ranks:  Sub-40 All Regions

2018-19 Log1 Contest: All Regions

2017-18 Log1 Contest: All Regions

2016-17 Log1 Contest: All Regions

2015-16 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2014-15 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2013-14 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2012-13 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2011-12 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2010-11 Log1 Contest: School Results, Student Results

2009-10 Log1 Contest: Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4

2008-09 Log1 Contest: Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4

2007-08 Log1 Contest: Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4

Scoring Method For Awards

Each student test score will be scaled to account for varying test difficulty. At the end of each round, the raw score for each student is standardized by dividing by the highest score attained by a student for that test. For example, if a Theta student takes a topic test and scores 45 points and the top score by a Theta on the same test is 60. The student score would be standardized by 45 divided by 60 times 100 equals 75. In this way, the tests are normalized for difficulty and each round is weighted the same.

The top fifteen individuals in each division in each region (based upon the sum of their scaled scores on the three tests) will receive a plaque and the next fifteen will receive a certificate.

The top fifteen schools in each region will receive plaques. School awards will be given in each region based upon their overall scores, which will be the sum of the school's two top student overall scaled scores in each division (a total of six students) and round. In the topic test rounds, the highest scoring student in each topic test and division will contribute to the school score.