The American Computer Science League (ACSL) organizes computer science and programming contests for K-12 students. In 2020-21, over 5,000 students from across the world participated in the monthly competitions.
ACSL offers multiple divisions (Senior, Intermediate, Junior, Classroom, and Elementary), providing an appropriate challenge for students of varying ages and abilities. All divisions have a Theory portion, testing students on fundamental concepts in computer science, ranging from Number Systems to Boolean Algebra to Digital Electronics. The Senior, Intermediate, and Junior divisions include a Coding section, a problem to solve by programming. More information about ACSL is available on its website, www.acsl.org.
ACSL Raise Exam Scores is a unique and valuable resource for students, schools, and organizations seeking to improve their performance in computer science and programming competitions. One of the key features of the platform is its ability to provide access to previous ACSL contents since the 2001-02 season.
The material is organized into "courses," each of which covers multiple years for one division, either the Theory tests or the Coding problems since the 2010-11 season. By accessing this material, students can gain a better understanding of the format and types of questions that are typically asked in ACSL competitions. This can help them to better prepare and perform at a higher level, increasing their chances of success.
Registration for a course provides unlimited access to the material for a period of 9 months. This means that students can access the material as often as they need to, allowing them to practice and hone their skills at their own pace. Additionally, schools and organizations can use this feature to develop training programs for their employees or students, providing them with valuable resources for improving their computer science and programming skills.
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