IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2017: Leaderboard Update #3

The final update before the contest ends!

August 18, 2017

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At Home

You’re in the home stretch now! Summer’s drawing to a close and so is the Study in the Sun contest. Once again, we’re in awe of the number of questions students have answered and the amount of hard work put into learning on IXL this summer.

You still have until August 31 to keep practicing as much as you can—for every 1,000 questions you answer, you’ll receive one entry into our raffle for an iPad mini.

Without further ado, see who’s answered the most questions in each grade range so far.*

 

Pre-K-4th grade

  1. Hadassah A., Gaithersburg, Maryland – 50,413 questions
  2. Natanyah, Carrollton, Texas – 41,541 questions
  3. Sasha B., Kasilof, Alaska – 37,237 questions
  4. Nguyễn Nhật L., Ha Noi, Vietnam – 34,847 questions
  5. Tran Duc T., Ha Noi, Vietnam – 34,204 questions
  6. Vedika, Overland Park, Kansas – 33,480 questions
  7. Beesley, Magalia, California – 29,154 questions
  8. Raja R.’s Child 1 – 28,315 questions
  9. Mary, Las Vegas, Nevada – 27,486 questions
  10. Mrunmayee C., Alpharetta, Georgia – 26,302 questions
  11. Haasini, Wilmington, Delaware – 25,105 questions
  12. Riki T., Los Gatos, California – 24,867 questions
  13. Andrew B., – 24,520 questions
  14. Saanvika, Ashburn, Virginia – 24,047 questions
  15. Emily, Sao Paulo, Brazil – 23,564 questions
  16. Arvind V., Cheektowaga, New York – 23,070 questions
  17. Shreemay, Allentown, Pennsylvania – 22,739 questions
  18. Brayden L., Naperville, Illinois – 22,618 questions
  19. Nimeesha, Irvine, California – 22,590 questions
  20. Tamoghna N., Atlanta, Georgia – 22,505 questions

 

5th-8th grade
1. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 85,594 questions
2. Reenie T., Milpitas, California – 81,817 questions
3. Vignesh, Bandhagen, Sweden – 58,601 questions
4. Alice L., Chicago, Illinois – 55,175 questions
5. Tiffany P. , Fremont, California – 51,921 questions
6. Dhaval, Williamstown, New Jersey – 45,917 questions
7. Chu Manh D., Ha Noi, Vietnam – 41,298 questions
8. Nikhil B., McKinney, Texas – 32,568 questions
9. Rachel G., Tampa, Florida – 32,521 questions
10. Ananya, Mason, Ohio – 31,063 questions
11. Kritika, Jaffrey, New Hampshire – 30,714 questions
12. Marylinne, Mansfield, Texas – 29,466 questions
13. Hemanshu B., Naperville, Illinois – 29,293 questions
14. Hope L., Robesonia, Pennsylvania – 29,020 questions
15. Nicole, Sao Paulo, Brazil – 28,327 questions
16. HT, Lewisville, Texas – 26,516 questions
17. Sanjida S., Tucson, Arizona – 26,391 questions
18. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 26,265 questions
19. Rishabh , Irving, Texas – 26,144 questions
20. Mark D. , North Haven, Connecticut – 24,700 questions

 

9th-12th grade

  1. Nathan, Carrollton, Virginia – 45,212 questions
  2. Fredrick, Los Lunas, New Mexico – 25,422 questions
  3. Gopalam A., Marion, Iowa – 24,912 questions
  4. Luke, Carrollton, Virginia – 24,285 questions
  5. Txawjntse, Woodbury, Minnesota – 21,540 questions
  6. IFE, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 20,100 questions
  7. Andrew D., Peachtree City, Georgia – 19,771 questions
  8. Aparna, Cumming, Georgia – 18,868 questions
  9. David M. Jr., Canoga Park, California – 16,306 questions
  10. Saanika G., Kirkland, Washington – 15,192 questions
  11. Samiksha, Irvine, California – 13,946 questions
  12. Thomas C., West Deptford, New Jersey – 13,879 questions
  13. D’Andre, Pembroke Pines, Florida – 12,044 questions
  14. Baya, Derby, Kansas – 11,785 questions
  15. Linda L. – 11,682 questions
  16. Vishal B., Stafford, Virginia – 11,465 questions
  17. Julia, El Paso, Texas – 11,284 questions
  18. Anna, Cheektowaga, New York – 10,545 questions
  19. Aarush, Fremont, California – 10,158 questions
  20. Inioluwa, Alpharetta, Georgia – 10,053 questions

 

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 August 16, 4 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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