USA Biology Olympiad
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The USA Biology Olympiad (USABO) is a national competition sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Education to select the competitors for the International Biology Olympiad. Each year, twenty National Finalists gather at a nationally recognized institution for a two-week training camp. From the program's inception through 2009, the camp was held at George Mason University; as of 2010, the camp is instead held at Purdue University. At the end of the two weeks, four students are selected to represent the United States at the International Biology Olympiad.〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://www.usabo-trc.org/index.php )〕
USABO finalists are selected in two rounds of tests. The open exam is a short and challenging, multiple-choice exam open to all high school students which was administered on February 4–14. The top 500 or 10% of the competitors advance to the semi-final round, which will be administered March 19–28. This second exam consists of two multiple-choice sections and one free response. The twenty highest scorers move on to the USABO Finals. After the ten-day training period, the Finalists undergo a day of practical examinations and a day of theoretical testing similar, in some respects, to the semifinal examination; however, the finals exam is far more comprehensive.〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://www.usabo-trc.org/aboutexams.php )〕
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