[IChOO] World Cup approaching its end!

Hello all,

This is a final reminder that the International Chemistry Online Olympiad World Cup will not be accepting any submissions after June 29 at 9 AM EST. If you are unsure about when this is in your time zone, you can check online or you can see how much time you have left using this link.

As a few quick reminders:

  • The problems are posted on our website. Specifically, here (click).
  • Do not ignore the clarifications and errata.
  • The top 5 individuals receive 1-year licenses to Wolfram Pro and Mathematica.
  • The top 3 individuals receive awesome IChOO t-shirts.
  • The individual champion receives a book of their own choice.
  • The top 10 individuals receive signed online certifications of distinction.
  • This is the World Cup, so keep up that team spirit! Don't forget to remind your teammates to submit as well. Each member of the winning team will receive a trophy so you want everybody to add to the team score.

You have more than two days for this contest, plenty of time to finish whatever you can - world cups don't come very often. Give it your best, for the sake of your country!

- The IChOO Staff

Note by Ahaan Rungta
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