Rules

Logistics

1. Dates and times for upcoming contests will be found on the Home page and on the Contest Calendar.

2. Register your account and team at least 72 hours in advance of the contest start time. Any registrations received after this time are not guaranteed to be included in the contest.

3. Teams must apply for each contest through their TeamCP.

4. Problem submissions will be accepted after the contest start time through the TeamCP.

5. The contest will run for exactly 3 hours. Any submissions received after the end of the contest will not be judged.

People

1. This site is set up for Canadian secondary school students.

2. Up to four students per team.

3. Do not cheat. This is meant to be a practice competition.
– no consulting with non-team members in any manner
– no pre-written algorithms or code

Equipment

1. One computer, per team, installed with the programming language(s) that the team will be using.

2. One calculator.

3. Unlimited amounts of pens, pencils, erasers, and paper.

4. One reference book, written by the software manufacturer or a reference book with an ISBN number and approved by the teacher, for each programming language used by team. (teachers can add photocopied pages from other reference books but can not add there own notes or code segments.)

5. Recommended – One computer set up to view the online judge and current rankings during the contest or for the teacher to contact us via IRC or E-mail if somthing goses wrong.

Accommodations and Accessibility

Accommodations to the rules can be made for students with disabilities at the teacher’s discretion, however we can not change the length of the contest due to it being automated. (If there is anything we can do to make the site or contest more accessible to a student please contact us but we would ask that you do not mention there name or user name to protect there right to privacy.)