PREPARE WITH QUALITY PRACTICE MATERIALS FOR THE UIL COMPUTER SCIENCE CONTEST
Computer Science Concepts - The First 15 includes five practice problems for each of the 15 topics, one for each level of competition: Invitational A, Invitational B, District, Region, and State! The first 15 questions of each UIL Computer Science written exam are intentionally more basic (easier) than the remaining 25 questions.
This guide is written for students preparing to take the Texas University Scholastic League Computer Science written exam. The first 15 questions of each UIL Computer Science written exam are purposely more easier than the remaining 25 questions. This guide is intended to show you how to correctly answer the first 15 questions.
A goal of this guide is to help students that are just beginning their computer science studies prepare to be competitive at a basic level. Each correct answer on the Computer Science written exam is worth six points. Each incorrect answer deducts two points from the score. Skipped questions are not penalized. So, if you can answer the first 15 questions correctly, you will earn a score of ninety (90) points. In 2015, a score of 90 would have earned a medal (6th place or better) at the district level 86 percent of the time across all divisions. Not only does 6th place earn a medal for the individual competitor, 6th place earns four points towards the team academic championship for your school.
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