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By thankscodechef, history, 8 months ago, In English,

this year as you may know codechef fucked up inoi by weak test cases to allow ram to qualify. as a result i have not qualified for ioitc and i havent gotten over it. can anyone help me? what should i do? this was my last trial?

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By thankscodechef, history, 8 months ago, In English,

The rumours on the google sheet was proven to be correct! Alas, Ram has qualified because INOI coordinators found testcases to affect other solutions but not his. This time the cutoff was 39/200! I got 39 but after they rechecked it I got 1 WA on 1 more subtask so I did not qualify!!!

This is pathetic. They are trying to make others fail just so that Ram can qualify! t1dus399 agrees with me

Here is proof that INOI coordinators specifically made sure that Ram would get in:

https://i.imgur.com/dFatmHO.jpg

This is arjun arul

Some fun facts about INOI 2019:

The cutoff for class 12 was 39

The cutoff for 11 was 33

for 10 it was 29

for 9 and below it was 26

Even the sum of all these cutoffs is less than the class 12 cutoff last year!

Is it fair to allow people who submitted bruteforce solutions into camp? Does this happen in your country too?

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By thankscodechef, history, 8 months ago, In English,

INOI 2019 was held on January 27th 2019. The platform was Codechef. Although I thought I had not done well during the exam, I came out to find that I got the same as one of India's IOI 2018 team members. This gave me hope. But yesterday I found out from a google sheet that because that particular member did not do well, Codechef intentionally lost the testdata. So now INOI will have to be held again! Thanks Codechef!

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