Recently 94 QASMT students from Year 10, 11 and 12 completed the Computational & Algorithmic Thinking 2018 (CAT) competition organised by the Australian Mathematics Trust.
The Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition is a one-hour problem-solving competition which seeks to identify computer programming potential. The competition employs a mixture of multiple-choice and integer answers, and incorporates unique ‘three stage tasks’ that encourage students to develop informal algorithms and apply them to test data of increasing size or complexity.
Our top students for each year level are:
Year 10: LIAM REVELL, JASON WANG, EWAN BEACH, TRISTAN BURGESS, HANNAH HAUENSCHILD
Year 11: SIJING ZHENG, MAX MEINECKE, LEVI STUBBS, LUKE VAN DIERMEN
Year 12: ANTONIO LEE, RAMTIN RADNIA, STEVEN ZHANG
Congratulations to all students on their participation and results.