eseifte1 wrote:The top 15% of the varsity field will be eligible for the NAQT national championship.
Lawrence Simon wrote:I tried to e-mail my team's roster to the Centennial coach but was unable to. I believe something may have been wrong with the return address. Is registering our roster necessary prior to the competition, because I if so then I'd need another way of sending the info to Centennial's coach?
Lord Hatefun Complainington wrote:That tournament went pretty good, and was notably better than last year's in terms of delays and such. Blair cleared the field, GM got 2nd, we got 3rd, and Gonzaga got 4th
eseifte1 wrote:I am working on the PACE and NAQT qualifiers by contacting both organizations. I will let you know.
The question is: are the qualifiers determined by ranking within each afternoon bracket (my view) or by final record as reflected in the stats. Clearly teams in weaker brackets can sometimes amass a better record than the 2 worst teams in the top bracket.
We shall see.
Some of our expert forum participants may know but I will submit BOTH.
I'll tell you this. If you have a good case either way, PACE and NAQT have always (in my limited experience) offered wild card entries on that basis.
eseifte1 wrote:are the qualifiers determined by ranking within each afternoon bracket (my view)
eseifte1 wrote:Somebody needs to create an SQBS package that reports stats by bracket in addition to the final record. That would be most useful.
uchi0chan wrote:Were the bought questions better for you, or were the written questions, the year before this one, better? Just wondering.
Robbie Ram wrote:I noticed something peculiar: for the Montgomery Blair vs. Oakland Mills match in round 10, both teams are listed as having ZERO bonus points (and, therefore, "0.00 PPB").
eseifte1 wrote:The stats need to be fixed (two poorly filled out score sheets are to blame: they affected my calculations on that day also. Apparently the scorer never wrote the total points at the bottom but only a subtotal that went into the computer and into my hand scoring).
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