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2. The written examination shall be composed of twenty (20) questions and shall be taken for 1 hour and 30 minutes. 3. The top ten (10) participants from the junior and senior level shall proceed to the final round. 4. The top ten (10) participants from the intermediate level shall be declared the winner. FINAL ROUND 1. The contest will be a quiz-bee type of contest open to an audience. 2. Each participant will start from scratch or zero points. 3. The contest is divided into three (3) phases: the Easy, Moderate, and Difficult Phases. 4. The Easy and Moderate phases shall be held on August 23, 2013 at the IRTC Conference Hall from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm while the Difficult Phase shall be held from 2:00 – 3:00 pm at the General Assembly. 5. The Easy Phase will be composed of 10 Questions; the Moderate Phase will be composed of 10 Questions; and the Difficult Phase will be composed of 5 Questions. 6. In between phases, there will be a two-minute lull. 7. At the end of the contest, the participant with the highest cumulative score will be declared the Champion. The next two highest scoring participants will be declared First and Second Runner ups, respectively. READING MECHANICS 1. Questions in any given phase may be objective or problem solving type with their corresponding time limit. 2. Each question will be read twice after which no repetition of the same will be done. 3. On the first reading the participants may already start answering. 4. The time starts at the end of the second reading. ANSWERING MECHANICS 1. Each participant will be provided with official answer boards. 2. Answers must be printed legibly on the answer board.
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3. Only complete answers will merit full credit. Incomplete answers shall be considered wrong answers.
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