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By kevin, history, 12 months ago, In English

Hello everyone!

We are super thankful for everyone who participated in the contest, and hope everyone enjoyed it! Here are the top finishers in the contest:

  1. timmyfeng — 8/8
  2. PurpleCrayon — 8/8
  3. thenymphsofdelphi — 7/8
  4. penguinhacker — 7/8
  5. BucketPotato — 7/8

Congrats to our winners, as well as everyone else who participated!

We would like to hold TJIOI again next year, and would greatly appreciate feedback on how we can improve. Please fill out this survey if you have something to say about the contest: Survey Link

Problem solutions will be posted shortly on the TJIOI website. The contest will remain publically available, and you will be able to view your submissions / solve more problems.

Once again, thanks to everyone who participated, and we hope to see you again next year!

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By kevin, 12 months ago, In English

Hey everyone!

TJIOI will be starting in less than 3 days! This contest would not have been possible without the help of those in TJ's Computer Teams and Alumni, as well as other members of the Competitive Programming community. Thanks to kevin,, Tlatoani, Benq, MagentaCobra, thech0sen1, Cereal2, ChiMasterBing, DanielQiu, Claeb101, and arnavj for problemsetting, testing, and creating the website.

For details on contest logistics, please visit our website, PDFs of the problems, as well as their solutions, will be posted on the website shortly after the contest.

Once again, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to email us at [email protected].

We look forward to seeing everyone on the scoreboard!

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By kevin, 12 months ago, In English

TJHSST's very own high school programming contest is back!

TJIOI 2022 will be held virtually from 1:00 PM EST to 4:00 PM EST on Saturday, June 11th. The contest is open to all high school students! You can register here.

All competitors will need to create Codeforces Accounts if they do not have one already. Once you have created an account, you will need to join the Codeforces Group TJIOI 2022. Detailed instructions to join the group are here:

Note that problems will range from USACO Bronze level to USACO Platinum level, so coders of all experiences are encouraged to join. There are also prizes available for high school competitors!

  1. 1st place: $50

  2. 2nd place: $20

  3. 3rd place: $10

If you have any questions please email [email protected].

View more detailed information for the contest on this document.

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