With more than 1.7 million students taking the SAT around the world, this standardized test is a crucial stepping stone for the path to college. New research on the SAT shows that there may a simple solution to doing well on the SAT: take it early and several times.
In the 1960s, 5,000 children were asked to draw a picture of a scientist - any scientist they wanted. 5,000 different drawings later, it was found that 99 percent of these children drew a male scientist, often garbed with frizzy hair, a dirty lab coat and an Erlenmeyer flask in their right hand. As a follow-up to the “Draw-a-Scientist” experiment, researchers from Northwestern University conducted the same experiment on March 31 to study the changes in the children’s drawings.
On July 12, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) News released new information regarding an artificial intelligence wireless smart-home system that could monitor diseases by sensing people through walls.
On Sunday, November 4th, Orange County Math Circle (OCMC) held its Thanksgiving math tournament from 12:30-4:30PM at Sage Hill School. An annual event, the Thanksgiving Tournament invites students in grades 3-6 to participate in a three-round math tournament.