IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2018: Leaderboard Update #1

It's time for the first set of results!

June 26, 2018

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The Study in the Sun contest has officially kicked off and there’s so much learning happening all over the world! We’re oh-so-impressed by all your effort and want to give a fun shoutout to the students who have practiced the most—it’s time for the first leaderboard update!

Word to the wise: The contest runs until August 31, so there’s still plenty of time to dive into IXL skills and win an iPad mini. For a refresher on the the full contest rules and FAQs, check out our original post.

Now, are you ready for those results? Check out who’s answered the most questions correctly (so far!)*:

 

PreK-4th grade

  1. Advaith, Downingtown, Pennsylvania – 12,758 questions
  2. Gilbert, San Francisco, California – 12,563 questions
  3. Devo, Baltimore, Maryland – 12,240 questions
  4. Natanyah, Carrollton, Texas – 12,092 questions
  5. nimeesha, Irvine, California – 12,081 questions
  6. Lakshya P., Dover, Delaware – 11,907 questions
  7. Shresthaa S., La Palma, California – 11,362 questions
  8. Marvel R., Hempstead, New York – 11,336 questions
  9. Krishna B., La Palma, California – 11,291 questions
  10. Ava, Harnibt, Florida – 11,275 questions
  11. Aditi, Baltimore, Maryland – 11,176 questions
  12. Christopher, Wexford, Ireland – 10,685 questions
  13. Jeremiah, Sarasota, Florida – 10,335 questions
  14. Aanya R., Suwanee, Georgia – 10,296 questions
  15. Gigi, Harmony, Florida – 10,039 questions
  16. Noah, Battle Creek, Michigan – 9,942 questions
  17. Ming, Portola Valley, California – 9,563 questions
  18. Arshia R., Suwanee, Georgia – 9,451 questions
  19. Anna Toll, Portland, Oregon – 9,195 questions
  20. Samhita, El Paso, Texas – 8,947 questions


5th-8th grade

  1. Marylinne, Mansfield, Texas – 11,768 questions
  2. Alice L., Chicago, Illinois – 11,758 questions
  3. Johannes T., Portland, Oregon – 11,692 questions
  4. Hemo, Baltimore, Maryland – 11,681 questions
  5. Bianca, Harmony, Florida – 11,172 questions
  6. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 11,121 questions
  7. Memphis, San Antonio, Texas – 10,600 questions
  8. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 10,302 questions
  9. Uma E., Newburgh, New York – 9,767 questions
  10. Evalynn, Sarasota, Florida – 9,142 questions
  11. Ethan, Lagos, Texas – 8,469 questions
  12. Ravi, New Iberia, Louisiana – 8,275 questions
  13. Bernice, Delaware, Ohio – 8,002 questions
  14. IW, Flushing, New York – 7,826 questions
  15. Bahuabali, High Point, North Carolina – 7,812 questions
  16. Shravan , Wilmington, Delaware – 7,650 questions
  17. Daniel A., Mount Kisco, New York – 7,232 questions
  18. Yakob, Lawrenceville, Georgia – 7,149 questions
  19. Isaac A., Lawrenceville, Georgia – 7,030 questions
  20. Janelle, El Paso, Texas – 6,989 questions


9th-12th grade

  1. IFE, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 10,521 questions
  2. K., New Iberia, Louisiana – 10,499 questions
  3. Samiksha, Irvine, California – 8,958 questions
  4. Pratham, Lincoln, Nebraska – 8,441 questions
  5. Priscilla, Ocean Springs, Mississippi – 6,573 questions
  6. C. W., Flushing, New York – 6,528 questions
  7. Sritan V., Waxhaw, North Carolina – 6,235 questions
  8. Z., Phoenix, Arizona – 6,009 questions
  9. I., Chelsea, Michigan – 5,846 questions
  10. Arjun, Cupertino, California – 5,475 questions
  11. Child 1, Wylie, Texas – 5,405 questions
  12. Sophie, Durham , North Carolina – 5,117 questions
  13. Anitvir, West Chester, Ohio – 4,980 questions
  14. Naisha, Sugar Land, Texas – 4,859 questions
  15. Megan, Prior Lake, Minnesota – 4,674 questions
  16. Jenna, Marietta, Georgia – 4,225 questions
  17. Kusumkritika, Jaffrey, New Hampshire – 3,792 questions
  18. Tielur, Baltimore, Maryland – 3,746 questions
  19. Angela, Roanoke, Texas – 3,691 questions
  20. All, Woodbridge, Virginia – 3,671

 

Still haven’t registered? Parents and teachers can register students here by August 31. You can find 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 26, 2:05 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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