IXL Study in the Sun Contest 2019: Leaderboard Update #3

August 16, 2019

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Summer is winding down, and so is this year’s Study in the Sun contest! With just a few weeks left—and so much learning accomplished—we are amazed by all your hard work and determination. 

Remember, you can keep participating right up until August 31! When the contest ends, 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, let’s take a look at who’s answered the most questions in each grade range so far.* Scroll on for the final leaderboard!

PreK-4th grade

  1. Elias, Sarasota, Florida – 36,845 questions
  2. Jeremiah, Sarasota, Florida – 36,817 questions
  3. Nimeesha, Irvine, California – 36,808 questions
  4. Sai, Frisco, Texas – 36,802 questions
  5. H., Alpharetta, Georgia – 36,771 questions
  6. A., Suwanee, Georgia – 36,370 questions
  7. A., Suwanee, Georgia – 36,101 questions
  8. Devin L., Dallas, Texas – 36,084 questions
  9. Divya M., Lake Mary, Florida – 35,938 questions
  10. Makena R., Draper, Utah – 35,821 questions
  11. Nikhila, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 35,067 questions
  12. Keya, Cranston, Rhode Island – 34,810 questions
  13. Tejaswi M., Lake Mary, Florida – 34,781 questions
  14. Satiyana, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 34,048 questions
  15. Zaid, Erie, Pennsylvania – 32,022 questions
  16. Daksha, Hasselby, Sweden – 30,770 questions
  17. Kalpesh, Plainsboro, New Jersey – 30,654 questions
  18. Theodore, Orinda, California – 28,139 questions
  19. E. V. Elk Grove Village, Illinois – 27,789 questions
  20. H., Mooresville, North Carolina – 27,758 questions

5th-8th grade

  1. Ashley, Collegeville, Pennsylvania – 36,311 questions
  2. Evalynn, Sarasota, Florida – 36,243 questions
  3. Akshat B., Winston-Salem, North Carolina – 36,213 questions
  4. Orryetta B., Lancaster, Texas – 36,010 questions
  5. A., West Chester, Ohio – 35,717 questions
  6. Abhinav A., Woodinville, Washington – 35,542 questions
  7. Hemo, Baltimore, Maryland – 35,187 questions
  8. Jay M., Tampa, Florida – 34,976 questions
  9. Alice L., Chicago, Illinois – 34,793 questions
  10. Madan, Coralville, Iowa – 34,421 questions
  11. Melanie, Kenosha, Wisconsin – 33,955 questions
  12. Rishabh, Cranston, Rhode Island – 33,101 questions
  13. Roopaum, Fremont, California – 32,962 questions
  14. O., Oviedo, Florida – 32,203 questions
  15. Peng Hong L., Puteri Iskandar Johor, Malaysia – 30,881 questions
  16. Neja, Reno, Nevada – 28,565 questions
  17. Donnell, Niagara Falls, New York – 28,352 questions
  18. Julia, Virginia Beach, Virginia – 26,418 questions
  19. Tammy, Poway, California – 26,389 questions
  20. Candy, Bothell, Washington – 26,193 questions

9th-12th grade

  1. Nathaniel, Watkins Glen, New York – 34,351 questions
  2. Reina, Middletown, Indiana – 33,272 questions
  3. Hope, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 32,940 questions
  4. Andrew, Shreveport, Louisiana – 32,812 questions
  5. Faith, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 32,338 questions
  6. Bianca, Harmony, Florida – 31,992 questions
  7. Ife, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania – 31,759 questions
  8. Quinn, East Wenatchee, Washington – 30,921 questions
  9. Gabriel, Northampton, Pennsylvania – 29,262 questions
  10. Hanna, St. Charles, Illinois – 21,698 questions
  11. Rishit, Woodinville, Washington – 20,542 questions
  12. S., Midland, Texas – 19,765 questions
  13. Megan, Prior Lake, Minnesota – 16,914 questions
  14. Yusra, Burke, Virginia – 16,161 questions
  15. Sarvesh, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts – 14,330 questions
  16. Emily, Sherwood, Oregon – 13,637 questions
  17. J., Millerton, New York – 11,985 questions
  18. P., Lyon, Mississippi – 11,135 questions
  19. H., Raleigh, North Carolina – 10,239 questions
  20. Marian S., Missouri City, Texas – 10,185 questions

Parents and teachers can still register students here by August 31. For 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 13, 11:59 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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