Philippine Statistics Quiz

2010 PSQ: in perspective

2010 A new rule on breaking the tie was introduced i.e., the scores of round 1 will be the basis, if there’s still a tie, the scores of round 2, and if still necessary, five tie-breaking questions will be administered. A student from St. Louis University of Baguio emerged as champion.

2009 PSQ: in perspective

2009 An estimated 500 freshman college students from over 200 schools nationwide competed prior to National Finals. Although provincial contest is optional, 52 provinces conducted eliminations before advancing to regional championship rounds. In this tough competition, a BS Mathematical Sciences student from Ateneo de Zamboanga University of Region 9 grabbed its first National Championship trophy.

2008 PSQ: in perspective

2008 All regions except ARMM were represented. After the final round, a student from St. Louis University of Baguio emerged as the 17th PSQ Champion. There was a tie for the 3rd and 4th places. Ten questions were not enough to break the tie, hence the Board of Judges decided to equally divide the combined cash prizes for the 3rd and 4th places as a shared prize for the two contestants and a toss coin was resorted to determine who would bring home the 3rd place trophy.

2007 PSQ: in perspective

2007 It was the first time that the Technical Committee used up to 10 tie-breaking questions without breaking the tie in the fourth and fifth places, with the Board of Judges resorting to dividing equally the cash prizes for the two places, and to toss coin as to who brings home the bigger trophy. A Central Mindanao University student became the first ever PSQ national champion from Region 10.

2006 PSQ: in perspective

2006 Marking its one and a half decade run, PSQ continued its advocacy and introduced innovations such as the use of wireless technology and laptop computers for the National Finals. Central Luzon representative and winner was the first champion who answered correctly 27 of the 30 national finals questions.

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