Berlin Worlds list of allocations
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The list of allocations on the other sheet consists of
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a) successful allocations (with simple number)
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b) two types of waiting list (with "Wait" prefix)
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If your institution registered more than one team, it appears twice.
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Look out for that second entry! The total of your teams is divided between the two entries.
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Allocation rules:Country pull-up: the first institution of each country is granted one slot.
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3-day rule: all institutions registered within the first three days were allocated a first team on a first come, first served basis.
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Waiting lists:3-day waiting list: institutions that could not yet be allocated a first team in accordance with the 3-day rule under the team cap of 400 teams. Their first teams come first on the waiting list.
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Secondary waiting list: waiting list for all other teams
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Note: 20 team slots remain reserved for a bursary programme specifically targeted towards facilitating the participation of teams from developing nations and will be allocated later.
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The full explanation of this allocation mode can be found in our Bid Report from December 6th 2011: http://goo.gl/PJcCN
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