2020 Canadian Computing Competition(2/12/20)
2020 Canadian Computing Competition will be held on Wednesday, February 12.
The Canadian Computing Competition is a fun challenge for secondary school students with an interest in programming organized by Centre for Education Mathematics and Computing (CEMC). It is an opportunity for students to test their ability in designing, understanding and implementing algorithms.
The CCC is taken in schools using the CCC Online Grader. This is a 3 hour contest composed of 5 questions. All students must use the CCC Online Grader. The CCC Online Grader currently supports C, C++, Python (2.x and 3.x), Pascal, Java, Perl, and PHP.
Any student may choose to write any level (Junior or Senior) of the contest.
Junior Level — any student with elementary programming skills
Senior Level — any student with intermediate to advanced programming skills
The CCC consists of two distinct papers: the Junior Division paper and the Senior Division paper. Each paper consists of 5 questions. Each question is worth 15 points. The range of difficulty increases from the first question to the last question on each paper.
Approximately 20 of top Senior contestants from the CCC are invited to attend the Canadian Computing Olympiad (CCO), held at the University of Waterloo, in the Spring. This week-long event involves workshops, two days of contests, as well as other extra-curricular activities.
Last day to register is February 1st, 2020. The test administration fee is $50 which is nonrefundable. Participants will have chance to do practice test before the official contest once the payment received.
, or call 408-480-2505
Test Location: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 7, Cupertino, CA 95014
We accept the following payments. Make a note of student name and class/date on the payment.
1. Check payable to SpringLight Education
2. Online banking pay to:
For most online bank its free, ask your bank for Zelle pay for details about your online sending money.
SpringLight Education is accredited by ACS WASC ( Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges). SpringLight is an approved official test center for the competition.
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