IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2018: Leaderboard Update #3

August 17, 2018

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The end of summer is quickly approaching and so is the end of IXL’s Study in the Sun contest! We’re heading into the final act of this worldwide contest and we’re so amazed by the hard work of all participating students.

Remember, you still have until August 31 to participate! The nine students (three from each grade band) who have answered the most questions correctly during the contest period will take home an iPad mini.

And now it’s time for the final leaderboard of this year’s summer contest! Scroll on to see who’s answered the most questions in each grade range so far.*

 

PreK-4th grade

  1. Advaith, Downingtown, Pennsylvania – 36,942 questions
  2. Nimeesha, Irvine, California – 35,829 questions
  3. Natanyah, Carrollton, Texas – 35,726 questions
  4. Lakshya P., Dover, Delaware – 35,314 questions
  5. Devo, Baltimore, Maryland – 34,975 questions
  6. Noah, Battle Creek, Michigan – 32,837 questions
  7. Ming, Portola Valley, California – 32,659 questions
  8. Aanya R., Suwanee, Georgia – 31,921 questions
  9. Devin L., Dallas, Texas – 31,066 questions
  10. Sri K., Buffalo Grove, Illinois – 30,997 questions
  11. Arshia R., Suwanee, Georgia – 28,481 questions
  12. Daksha, Hasselby, Sweden – 25,339 questions
  13. Marvel R. Hempstead, New York – 23,799 questions
  14. Ava, Harmony, Florida – 23,502 questions
  15. Krishna B., La Palma, California – 23,093 questions
  16. Bhuvan S., Frisco, Texas – 22,527 questions
  17. Aditi, Baltimore, Maryland – 22,309 questions
  18. Yusra, Weatogue, Connecticut – 22,003 questions
  19. L., Dieringer, Washington – 21,700 questions
  20. Jeremiah, Sarasota, Florida – 21,546 questions

 

5th-8th grade

  1. Hemo, Baltimore, Maryland – 34,341 questions
  2. Bianca, Harmony, Florida – 33,171 questions
  3. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 33,005 questions
  4. Johannes T., Portland, Oregon – 32,692 questions
  5. Alice L., Chicago, Illinois – 32,248 questions
  6. Memphis, San Antonio, Texas – 29,886 questions
  7. Shravan, Wilmington, Delaware – 28,333 questions
  8. Sahar, La Mirada, California – 25,862 questions
  9. Khushi, Lacombe, Canada – 25,520 questions
  10. Marylinne, Mansfield, Texas – 24,606 questions
  11. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 24,069 questions
  12. Bernice, Delaware, Ohio – 22,489 questions
  13. Sanjana, La Mirada, California – 21,792 questions
  14. A., Jacksonville, Florida – 20,957 questions
  15. Momin, Weatogue, Connecticut – 20,304 questions
  16. C., College Station, Texas – 19,193 questions
  17. Vince, Southlake, Texas – 18,275 questions
  18. Arni, Dublin, California – 17,653 questions
  19. Atharv P., Schaumburg, Illinois – 17,641 questions
  20. Ethan, Lagos, Texas – 17,379 questions

 

9th-12th grade

  1. K., New Iberia, Louisiana – 32,334 questions
  2. Vignesh, Hasselby, Sweden – 28,373 questions
  3. Samiksha, Irvine, California – 28,221 questions
  4. Ife, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 28,054 questions
  5. Anitvir, West Chester, Ohio – 25,390 questions
  6. Sritan V., Waxhaw, North Carolina – 21,833 questions
  7. Quinn, East Wenatchee, Washington – 14,555 questions
  8. Priscilla, Ocean Springs, Mississippi – 13,457 questions
  9. SP, Bellerose, New York – 12,443 questions
  10. Harold, Coquitlam, Canada – 12,298 questions
  11. Morganic M., Baltimore, Maryland – 11,940 questions
  12. Z., Phoenix, Arizona – 11,076 questions
  13. Haylee, San Marcos, California – 10,912 questions
  14. All, Woodbridge, Virginia – 10,732 questions
  15. C., Wylie, Texas – 10,581 questions
  16. Pratham, Lincoln, Nebraska – 10,561 questions
  17. Tielur, Baltimore, Maryland – 9,656 questions
  18. I., salem, West Virginia – 9,544 questions
  19. Savni, Coppell, Texas – 8,938 questions
  20. Dereck, Bel Air, Maryland – 8,868 questions

 

Parents and teachers can still register students here by August 31. For the contest rules and FAQs, see our original post. If you have any further questions, send an email to contests@ixl.com.

*Results as of August 14, 2018, 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time. Results were updated on August 20. Due to large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for students outside of the top 20.

 

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