You may take this course for 6 units.
Your grade in this class is a decided using the number of classes
that you attended, and the number of CodeForces and TopCoder problems
that you solve during a contest.
If you solved X problems in class, Y CodeForces and Z TopCoder problems,
your numerical grade is X+2Y+3Z. Your units/grade is then determined by
the following ranges:
>=5: 3 credits, B
>=10: 3 credits, A
>=15: 6 credits, B
>=25: 6 credits, A
Scores are tracked using this Google Doc. Please verify and let us know of discrepancies
There is no limit to the number of points that you can get. A list of past high scores is located here.
The second algorithmic programming contest this term will be on Sunday April 28, more details can be found here
The second annual University of Chicago Invitational Programming Contest (link) will take place from Friday, March 29 to Sunday, March 31. CMU1 represent CMU at this contest.
There will be a contest event taking place at CMU this term on Saturday Feb 2, more details can be found here