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International Mathematics Championship

(round 1 results)

Student Profile Details

Name:

Aishwarya Sonkar

Grade:

3

School Name:

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School

Country:

India

Student's Round 1 Performance

No. of students for this grade who appeared for the test:

2,288

No. of participating nations:

22

No. of questions in the test:

12

No. of questions that were right:

1

Percentage marks scored:

8.3

Candidate's performance vis-a-vis the peers (for round 1):

Overall percentile (% of peers who rank below the candidate):

39.0

note: percentile shows the percent of test takers who are below the candidate across the above defined parameters

Remarks about the 'performance of the student' (based on data collected)

Areas of strength

    Showed competence! The candidate showed competence in attempting the questions which were designed specifically to test higher order thinking skills.
    With more support and consistent nurturing in future, candidate could show very strong improvement in mathematical thinking. There is potential to reach top 20% (globally) in near future
    A specific call out in terms of strength is the higher relative command that the candidate has over: Problem Comprehension

Suggestions for improvement

    It is important to further develop competence across the base mathematical skills through smart practice and exposure to wide variety of problem.
    As per our global experts, to become globally competitive in the subject, the candidate must follow a 2 pronged approach: (1) should consistently solve well crafted 'smart' problems which build strong basics (2) keep benchmarking themselves against their global peers (so that they know how much improvement is needed)
    A specific call out is to focus on solving problems which test the skill areas where the candidate was relatively not as strong: Logical Reasoning Visualization Numerical Ability

Overall result for student:

Did not qualify for round 2. Good luck for next time!

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Remarks about whether proctors felt that student's test taking environment had issues

  • The credibility score of student out of 100 was
    (note: this score is this is low if proctors thought student's test taking environment had issues)

39

    NA
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