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Home > About Us > Achievements > 2015 > Academic Competitions > NUS High School Clinches 2 Gold, 6 Silver and 2 Bronze at the 18th National Olympiad in Informatics

NUS High School Clinches 2 Gold, 6 Silver and 2 Bronze at the 18th National Olympiad in Informatics

The National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI), organised by NUS School of Computing, is the largest local competition in Informatics. NOI emphasizes creativity in problem solving on one hand, and programming skill and expertise on the other.

10 of our students took part in NOI 2015 on 7th March 2015. The students have done the school proud by clinching 2 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 2 bronze medals.

Jacob Teo and Ryan Chew were placed First and Fourth for the Overall Top Contestant Award.

NUS High School ranked Second for both Top Secondary School Award and Top Junior Colleges Award.

2015 continues to be a bonanza year for our students in Computing Studies!

 
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Some of our students after the competition (from left): Sean Pek, Daniel Low, Lim Li, Jacob Teo, Wayne Tee, Nicholas Toh, Feng Xinyuan, Clarence Chew, Howe Choong Yin.Results:

 

 

Award

Special Awards

TEO POR LOONG, JACOB

M15303

Gold

Overall Top Contestant (1st)

RYAN CHEW JING RONG

M15608

Gold

Overall Top Contestant (4th)

PEK YU-XUAN SEAN

M15604

Silver

 

DANIEL LOW YU HIAN

M15501

Silver

TAN WEI LIANG

M15501

Silver

CLARENCE CHEW XUAN DA

M15404

Silver

LIM LI

M15404

Silver

TEE WEILE WAYNE

M15406

Silver

TOH ZHEN YU, NICHOLAS

M15506

Bronze

FENG XINYUAN

M15404

Bronze