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杜克大学寻找七年级聪明娃项目
« on: September 07, 2018, 11:38:01 AM »

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杜克大学寻找七年级聪明娃项目(TIP)

 

杜克大学有个寻找聪明娃的中心,专门找聪明的小孩。 这个项目建立于1980年,涵盖东南十六个州(AL, AR, FL, GA, IA, KS,KY, LA, MS, MO, NE, NC, OK, SC, TN or TX))六千个初中。至今已有两百万学生参加。在美国是同类项目中最大的。

 

选拔过程其实很简单。先是取得资格,六年级时考一个标准考试(种类很多),数学,阅读有一个考到一定的分(成绩前百分之五以上),就行。再就是七年级时考一个SAT 或ACT。根据SAT 或ACT的成绩,决定小孩入围与否。

 

入了州奖的围,本州开会颁奖鼓励。去年入州奖围的分如下:

 

ACT (有一个即可)

 

ACT English > 20

ACT Math > 20

ACT Reading > 21

ACT Science > 21

 

或有下列四个分的三个:English = 19, Math = 19, Reading = 20, Science = 20

 

SAT (有一个即可)

SAT Math > 520

SAT Critical Reading > 510

SAT Writing > 500

或有下列三个分的两个:Math = 510, Critical Reading = 500, Writing = 490

 

入了大区奖的围,在杜克大学开会颁奖鼓励。去年入大区奖围的分如下

 

ACT(有一个即可)

ACT English > 28

ACT Math > 28

ACT Reading > 30

ACT Science > 26

ACT Composite > 26

 

SAT (有一个即可)

SAT Math > 670

SAT Critical Reading > 650

SAT Writing > 650

SAT Math + Critical Reading + Writing > 1850

 

入围的学生每个人都得到一个奖状证书和一封证明小孩能行的信。这个项目还有一个最吸引人但很少人知道的地方,即它提供奖学金,请你小孩来参加为期三周的夏令营,吃住等所有费用全包了。如果当年没空,奖学金明年还可以用。

 

手头有份2008年的单子。2008年有70000学生参加了选拔,1804(前百分之三)人入了大区奖的围,17人获得奖学金(百分率:99.97)。我数了数,17人中有九个是华人的小孩。

 

今年网上报名日期是12月七号,报名费是77元((包括了SAT 或ACT的报考费)。祝参加的小孩好运!

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Re: 杜克大学寻找七年级聪明娃项目
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2018, 12:00:30 PM »

updating (2018)

Each spring, Duke TIP holds special award ceremonies each spring to honor 7th Grade Talent Search participants who do exceptionally well on the ACT or SAT.

The ceremonies are similar to graduation ceremonies. They are hosted on college and university campuses, include a keynote address, and honorees walk across the stage to receive a commemorative medal. Typically, the ceremonies last an hour and a half, and some ceremonies include optional events before and after to learn about the host campus, including tours, seminars, and receptions.

There are two kinds of ceremonies: State Recognition Ceremonies in each of the sixteen states with the largest talent search enrollment, and the Grand Recognition Ceremony, taking place at Duke University for students with the highest scores.
Eligibility criteria
Ceremony Type
   
ACT Score
   
SAT Score
State Ceremony    English ≥ 22    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 550
Math ≥ 22
Reading ≥ 23    Math ≥ 540
Science ≥ 22
Grand Recognition Ceremony    English ≥ 31    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing ≥ 670
Math ≥ 29
Reading ≥ 31    Math ≥ 680
Science ≥ 28

These qualifying scores are for both 2018 and 2019.
State Recognition Ceremonies

Qualifying students will be invited to a state ceremony close to their homes. Some states have more than one ceremony, so it may not be the closest, but we do our best to minimize necessary travel for all students. Get the details about this year's State Recognition Ceremonies.
Grand Recognition Ceremony

The Grand Recognition Ceremony takes place at Dukeís Cameron Indoor Stadium each year.

Get the details about this year's Grand Recognition Ceremony.
William and Dorothy C. Bevan Scholarship

We offer a William and Dorothy C. Bevan scholarship to 7th Grade Talent Search participants who score exceptionally well on their ACT or SAT test.

The scholarship is awarded to the two 7th Grade Talent Search students who have the highest combined SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math score as well as to the two students who have the highest ACT Composite score. Recipients are recognized at Duke TIP recognition ceremonies and receive a full scholarship to attend TIPís Summer Studies Program.

Only students who test through Duke TIP by the end of February are eligible for the William and Dorothy C. Bevan Scholarship.


https://tip.duke.edu/programs/7th-grade-talent-search/recognition-ceremonies