How Do You Enter?
Anyone can enter the contest. Even if you don't take Computer Science classes, you may participate in the competition as long as you know how to program in Pascal, C++, Java, or Python. Come to the room 1201 talk with Mr. Potter to learn the exact dates of the qualifying exams. Each qualifying exam consists of 5 written problems and a short programming task.
How Do You Make the Team?
The contest consists of four qualifying exams. The students who complete them and score in the top percentile of Enloe competitors will be eligible to be chosen for the team to compete out of state for the final contest. If you are not in Computer Science, you may still compete, but you need to talk with Mr. Potter to find out when the entry exams will be administered to students.
Each entry exam consists of a written part, with 5 questions, as well as a program required to be completed and officially tested by one of the qualified Computer Science faculty within 72 hours of receipt.
Have Any Questions?
If you have questions not answered in these pages, feel free to come to room 1201 Computer Lab and talk to Mr. Potter, or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org