IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2019: Leaderboard Update #2

July 26, 2019

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It’s almost August, which means it’s time for the second leaderboard of our Study in the Sun contest. With more than 44,000 students participating in this year’s contest, the competition has sparked a lot of learning!

If you haven’t registered yet and would like to participate, just make sure you sign up before the August 31 contest deadline. And now, let’s take a look at the second set of leaderboard results. Here are the current* stats on who’s answered the most questions correctly:

 

 

PreK-4th grade

  1. Elias, Sarasota, Florida – 26,375 questions
  2. Sai, Frisco, Texas – 26,343 questions
  3. Nimeesha, Irvine, California – 26,339 questions
  4. Jeremiah, Sarasota, Florida – 26,333 questions
  5. H., Alpharetta, Georgia – 26,294 questions
  6. Devin L., Dallas, Texas – 26,144 questions
  7. H. , Mooresville, North Carolina – 26,087 questions
  8. Makena Ramos, Draper, Utah – 25,930 questions
  9. A., Suwanee, Georgia – 25,923 questions
  10. A., Suwanee, Georgia – 25,731 questions
  11. Anna, Virginia Beach, Virginia – 25,676 questions
  12. Divya M., Lake Mary, Florida – 25,641 questions
  13. Tejaswi M., Lake Mary, Florida – 25,121 questions
  14. Nikhila, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 24,973 questions
  15. Keya, Cranston, Rhode Island – 24,895 questions
  16. Satiyana, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 24,649 questions
  17. Briana, Livermore, California – 24,308 questions
  18. Zaid, Erie, Pennsylvania – 23,496 questions
  19. Milana, Venice, Florida – 22,723 questions
  20. D., Hasselby, Sweden – 22,616 questions

5th-8th grade

  1. Evalynn, Sarasota, Florida – 26,122 questions
  2. Ashley, Collegeville, Pennsylvania – 25,910 questions
  3. Akshat B., Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 25,909 questions
  4. Hemo, Baltimore, Maryland – 25,638 questions
  5. Orryetta B., Lancaster, Texas – 25,614 questions
  6. Abhinav A., Woodinville, Washington – 25,462 questions
  7. A., West Chester, Ohio – 25,459 questions
  8. Jay M., Tampa, Florida – 25,362 questions
  9. Julia, Virginia Beach, Virginia – 24,883 questions
  10. Alice L., Chicago, Illinois – 24,850 questions
  11. Madan, Coralville, Iowa – 24,234 questions
  12. Melanie, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 24,113 questions
  13. Khushi, Lacombe, Canada – 23,768 questions
  14. Roopaum, Fremont, California – 23,390 questions
  15. O., Oviedo, Florida – 23,293 questions
  16. Ameya, Bothell, Washington – 23,056 questions
  17. Rishabh, Cranston, Rhode Island – 22,960 questions
  18. Armaan A., Frisco, Texas – 22,947 questions
  19. Natalie, Watkins Glen, New York – 22,943 questions
  20. Donnell, Niagara Falls, New York – 22,783 questions

9th-12th grade

  1. Nathaniel, Watkins Glen, New York – 24,849 questions
  2. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 24,011 questions
  3. Reina, Middletown, Indiana – 23,561 questions
  4. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 23,394 questions
  5. Andrew, Shreveport, Louisiana – 23,378 questions
  6. Bianca, Harmony, Florida – 22,810 questions
  7. Ire, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 22,498 questions
  8. Quinn, East Wenatchee, Washington – 21,511 questions
  9. S., Midland, Texas – 19,436 questions
  10. Gabriel, Northampton, Pennsylvania – 19,075 questions
  11. Megan, Prior Lake, Minnesota – 16,258 questions
  12. Yusra, Burke, Virginia – 15,567 questions
  13. Emily, Sherwood, Oregon – 13,426 questions
  14. Sarvesh, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts – 13,352 questions
  15. Hanna, St. Charles, Illinois – 12,583 questions
  16. J., Millerton, New York – 11,924 questions
  17. Rishit, Woodinville, Washington – 11,187 questions
  18. Marian Sandy, Missouri City, Texas – 10,185 questions
  19. Isaac, Chelsea, Michigan – 9,728 questions
  20. H., Raleigh, North Carolina – 8,392 questions

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

*Results as of July 23 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. Due to the large number of entries, we are unable to share rankings for students outside of the top 20.

 

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