IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2017: Leaderboard Update #1

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June 30, 2017

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It’s official: the Study in the Sun contest is off and running, and it’s time for our first leaderboard update! We’re blown away by all the hard work from kids all over the world—and we know you’re just getting started.

Remember, the contest runs until August 31, so you can still practice in between all those vacations and summertime activities. For every 1,000 questions you answer, you receive one entry into our raffle. This leaderboard is a fun shoutout to the students who have practiced the most, but the efforts of all participants have been truly impressive! 

And now, let’s take a look at those results! Check out who’s practiced the most (so far!)* below:

Pre-K-4th grade

  1. Natanyah, Carrollton, Texas – 20,543 questions
  2. Vedika, Overland Park, Kansas – 17,451 questions
  3. Tran Duc Trung, Ha Noi, Vietnam – 13,669 questions
  4. Mrunmayee C., Alpharetta, Georgia – 12,198 questions
  5. Ishitha, Irving, Texas – 12,135 questions
  6. Aadhav, Smyrna, Georgia 11,688 questions
  7. Grayson B., Carthage, Missouri – 11,599 questions
  8. Anisa, Jubail, Saudi Arabia – 10,847 questions
  9. Anirudh H., Coppell, Texas – 10,282 questions
  10. Raja R.‘s Child 1, Cumming, Georgia – 10,183 questions
  11. Liliana N., South Holland, Illinois – 10,068 questions
  12. Micah L., Leesburg, Virginia – 10,019 questions
  13. Mary, Las Vegas, Nevada – 9,686 questions
  14. Gavinn, White Settlement, Texas – 9,484 questions
  15. T. Pham, Aurora, Colorado – 9,005 questions
  16. Jai G., Clarksville, Maryland – 9,003 questions
  17. Kira H., Chino, California – 8,805 questions
  18. Emily, Sao Paulo, Brazil – 8,744 questions
  19. Ryan, Chicago, Illinois – 8,672 questions
  20. Tanisha, Frisco, Texas – 8,657 questions

 

5th-8th grade

  1. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 42,128 questions
  2. Reenie T., Milpitas, California – 26,883 questions
  3. Dhaval, Williamsow, New Jersey – 26,230 questions
  4. Vignesh, Bandhagen, Stockholm – 25,009 questions
  5. Alice L., Chicago , Illinois – 21,391 questions
  6. Nikhil B., McKinney, Texas – 16,364 questions
  7. Chara A., San Antonio, Texas – 15,838 questions
  8. Sanjida S., Tucosn, Arizona – 15,057 questions
  9. Ananya, Mason, Ohio – 14,799 questions
  10. David, Atlanta, Georgia – 14,648 questions
  11. Ava W,. North Port, Florida – 13,585 questions
  12. Chu Manh Duc, Ha Noi, Vietnam – 13,300 questions
  13. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 13,191 questions
  14. Rishabh , Irving, Texas – 12,809 questions
  15. Hanwen H., Los Angeles, California – 12,645 questions
  16. Rahmah, Plano, Texas – 12,417 questions
  17. Pious J., St. Louis, Missouri – 11,838 questions
  18. Michael, College Station, Texas – 11,651 questions
  19. T., Lewisville, Texas – 11,463 questions
  20. Hope L., Robesonia, Pennsylvania – 11,462 questions

 

9th-12th grade

  1. Nathan, Carrollton, Virginia – 15,595
  2. Fredrick, Los Lunas, New Mexico – 12,832
  3. Gopalam A., Marion, Iowa – 11,292
  4. F.E., Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 9,631
  5. Luke, Carrollton, Virginia – 7,923
  6. Samuel A., Quezon City, Philippines – 6,277
  7. Megan, Prior Lake, Minnesota – 5,987
  8. Andrew D., Peachtree City, Georgia – 5,924
  9. Vishal B., Tafford, Virginia – 5,570
  10. Ethan, Surgoinsville, Tennessee – 5,566
  11. Julia, El Paso, Texas – 5,519
  12. Txawjntse, Woodbury, Minnesota – 5,441
  13. Baya, Derby, Kansas – 5,392
  14. Inioluwa, Alpharetta, Georgia – 5,384
  15. Naisha, Nanuet, New York – 5,170
  16. Joseph P., Salinas, California – 5,011
  17. Seth, Cary, North Carolina – 4,839
  18. Michel L. , Boise, Idaho – 4,804
  19. David M. Jr., Canoga Park, California – 4,691
  20. Sai, Lowell, Arkansas – 4,685

 

If you haven’t already, register here by August 31, and read the full contest rules and FAQs in our original post. If you have any further questions, send an email to contests@ixl.com.

*Results as of June 27, 2017, 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Due to large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for students outside of the top 20.

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