Congratulations to All our Top Ranking Students- Results Announced for the Caribou Contest October Round 1 

October 22, 2020
October 22, 2020 Ahmad Raza

Congratulations to All our Top Ranking Students- Results Announced for the Caribou Contest October Round 1 

WOW!

Pakistani students are trail blazing the world when it’s coming to Math Competitions! With back to back global competitions, our students have shown an outstanding performance. After the SEAMO, Pakistani students have now begun the marvelous journey to win the Caribou Cup. The Caribou Cup is a series of six contests, in which participants have already lassoed high scores in the first round.

Our younger ones are the only ones to have bagged the top rankings in the world! Way to go kids! We’ve surely got a line of mathematicians in the works! Be sure not to miss the next rounds and keep up your amazing rankings!

We encourage all parents and participants to mark their calendars for the next rounds and be sure to keep practicing for the November Contest on 11th and 12th November, 2020. You will be needing the same log-in details to access the next rounds.

Note-All Rounds are free for Grade Level 2!

Here are our Top National rankings for the October 2020 Caribou Contest in each Grade Level. The students have done a marvelous job. While this was their first time ever, most of them managed to rank in the world top 100s! The best part is that there are still 5 more rounds to come and ranking can be improved drastically. With a bit of hard work our students can definitely bag the Caribou Cup 2020.

We heartily congratulate all our students for a successful round 1. We encourage everyone to mark their calendars for the next round on the 11th and 12th November, complete sign up and gear up for the next rounds!

For more information on how to sign up for the next rounds, please visit Caribou

Note- The rankings are based on score and the number of students who have got the same score. If 3 students got a perfect score, they will all be in 1st place, and the next student with only one incorrect answer will be 4th in ranking because there are already 3 students ahead of them.

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