NEW JERSEY SCIENCE LEAGUE

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These pages are designed to provide information about the League, a brief history of the League, registration for the League competitions, a brief summary of the rules of the League, awards, summary of scores, and information on contacting the Director of the League.

FINAL SCORES ARE POSTED AS OF 5-18-2016

ALPHA LISTING OF ALL SCHOOL’S TEAM

AND STUDENT SCORES

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Biology I exam & Students: Final Scores 5-18-2016

Topics of Study

Biology II exam & Students Final Scores 5-18-2016

Awards

Chem I Team students Final Scores 5-18-2016

Participitation and Rules of League & Fee chart

Chem II Team Scores Final Scores 5-18-2016

High School Physics Team & Students Final Scores 5-18-2016

Registered and Host Schools

Phy I Team & Students Final Scores 5-18-2016

Science League email newjsl@ptd.net

Phy II Team & Students  

Final Scores 5-18-2016

On line Registration form

Physics C Team and Students Final Scores 5-18-2016

Registration form for copying and faxing., scanning & Fee chart

Earth Science Team & Students  Final Scores 5-18-2016

Exams and Keys Past 3 Seasons, 2015, 2014, 2013

Environmental Science & Students

Formulae and Reference Sheets.

Final Scores 5-18-2016

                       

 

New Jersey Science League                         email: newjsl@ptd.net                                                                                                                                             

Director: William Spears                                                              www. entnet.com/~personal/njscil/html                   May 14, 2016

To All NJSL Schools in 2016 Season:  Team and individual student results are posted on the web.   The top three schools in each testing area

are on the back of this sheet.   Certificates, student plaques, and team plaques have been shipped.  Plaques for schools receiving more than one

plaque will be a larger composite plaque.   Instead of receiving a plaque for each position in the top ten, they will receive one plaque with all of

their teams that placed in the top ten.

                                                   Summary of Certificates, Student Plaques, and Team Plaques

Subject Area

# of teams

Season

# of team plaques

# of Certificates

# student plaques = 10% of certificates + ties

Total Students

Year % average score

Next Year’s testing dates: bottom of each answer key

Biology I

129

10

283

30

1455

38

January 12, 2017

Biology II

124

11

249

27

1288

38

February 9, 2017

Chemistry I

133

13

318

40

1595

58

March 9, 2017

Chemistry II

123

11

268

30

1348

59

April 13, 2017

High School Physics

92

10

174

19

855

44

Last date for testing April 27, 2017

Physics I

90

15

186

24

911

57

 

Physics II

43

5

60

11

312

59

 

Physics C

69

10

122

15

620

57

 

Earth Science

17

3

37

6

178

44

 

Environmental Science HS/AP

23/43

5/5

32/70

8/12

541

48

 

Totals

866

98

1799

221

9103

 

 

On the attached school record sheet is the listing of your teams and students of those teams. Team plaques are listed as TEAM PLAQUE.

If you received a team plaque, then it is personalized with the name of the school, subject, and ranking in the subject. All subject areas have

10 team plaques except Earth Science and Physics II.  

Certificates for your students are enclosed plus three additional certificates.  A student earns a certificate by completing three of the four exams.  

The letter C is next to the name of each student who receives a certificate.  Only those students receiving a certificate are ranked.  Ranking of

students is based upon the sum of the best 3 exams.  Their lowest score has been dropped.  You will see on the schools’ summary spread sheet a

darkened cell with the number in white. The darkened cell was the dropped score.  The number of plaques for students is determined by

taking 10% of those receiving a certificate in a subject area.   The reason the actual number of plaques mailed differ from the projected  number

of plaques is due to ties that occurred at a particular rank.  If a student is to receive a plaque, then you will see “student plaque” in the row with

the student’s name.  Student plaques are not personalized.    

Vanessa, test writers, and proof readers, as well as myself would like to thank all of you for your continued support of the Science League.

 We thank all of you for all of your work with the students. 

                                                                                                                                                                                Enjoy your summer.  

                                                                                                                                                                                Vanessa Rainford and Bill Spears

                                                                                   
New Jersey Science League
PO Box 65
Stewartsville, NJ 08886-0065
cell phone # 908-213-8923             fax # 908-213-9391
email:
newjsl@ptd.net