The NOI.PH 2016 National Eliminations was divided into three sets of four problems each.

NOI.PH Online Round 1

Putogethers Visual Aid

Farrell Wu (MGC New Life Christian Academy) managed to put together 68 points in 1A: Putogethers and 78 points in 1C: The Holiday School Play. This makes him the top scorer for these two problems. Meanwhile, Robin Yu (Xavier School), managed to run up the scoreboard by geting a perfect score in 1B: 런데빌런. Six people attempted 1D: Dishes, How We Do It? Unfortunately, none of the contestants were able to show us how to do it.

NOI.PH Online Round 2

HeKaSerye Visual Aid

The Christmas spirit clearly was with Chryz Than Wolf Chavez (Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus), scoring 60 on 2A: Christmas at NAIA. Meanwhile, Ian Vincent Palabasan (Rizal National Science High School) and Andrea Jaba (Saint Jude Catholic School) scored 32 on 2B: HeKaSerye. It is believed they scored sa tamang panahon. Ian managed to get a perfect score in 2C: Meteor Garden Garden. You really can’t help falling in love with that kind of score! Robin Yu tied with everyone above for the highest score in the first three problems. However, among the eight who attempted 2D: Balikbayan Boxes, he was the only one to bring home any score. Not just any score, he scored a perfect hundred! We hope scores don’t get taxed too!

NOI.PH Online Round 3

A Little Bit Frightening Visual Aid

Almost everybody was 3A: Kung-Fu Fighting since a lot of the contestants attempted it. Farrell, Ian, Ron Mikhael Surara (Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus) and Joaquin Jose Lopez (Philippine Science High School – Main Campus) would have made Master Shifu proud for scoring 22 points in that problem. Moreover, Farrell swooped in and scored 24 points in 3B: Fast As Lightning. Living up to its name, 3C: A Little Bit Frightening managed to scare away most of the participants, save for nine brave souls who attempted it. Farrell, Andrea, Shaquille Wyan Que (Grace Christian College) and two eighth-graders Rae Gabriel Samonte (Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus) and Jed Arcilla (Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus), manged to score 56 points on 3D: Expert Timing.

Scoreboard for NOI.PH 2016 National Eliminations

 

Final Round Qualifiers of NOI.PH 2016

Congratulations to the following students for making it to the Top 20 of the 2016 National Olympiad in Informatics – Philippines Online Eliminations!

  1. Robin Christopher Yu
    Xavier School
  2. Farrell Eldrian Wu
    MGC New Life Christian Academy
  3. Ian Vincent Palabasan
    Rizal National Science High School
  4. Andrea Jaba
    Saint Jude Catholic School
  5. Rae Gabriel Samonte
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  6. Ron Mikhael Surara
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  7. Shaquille Wyan Que
    Grace Christian College
  8. Franz Louis Cesista
    Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus
  9. Marielle Montero
    Philippine Science High School – Western Visayas Campus
  10. Alexander Bernard Go
    Xavier School
  11. Sean Sta. Maria
    Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus
  12. Royce Roger Yan
    Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus
  13. Simon Juleovenz Garnace
    Philippine Science High School – Eastern Visayas Campus
  14. Jed Arcilla
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  15. Maded Batara III
    Philippine Science High School – Main Campus
  16. Joaquin Jose Lopez
    Philippine Science High School – Main Campus
  17. Justine Che Romero
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  18. Hans Filomeno Olaño
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  19. Chryz Than Wolf Chavez
    Philippine Science High School – Bicol Region Campus
  20. Greg Millora
    Philippine Science High School – SOCCSKSARGEN Region Campus

They will all advance to the Finals round in February, a step to qualify them for the Philippine team to the International Olympiad in Informatics 2016 (IOI 2016) in Kazan, Russia!

For the finalists, please regularly check this website, your email and the Facebook like page for announcements.

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