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The Turkish Informatics Olympiad (Ulusal Bilgisayar Olimpiyatı, in Turkish) is an annual programming contest organized by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). The contest consists of two main parts, and as a result of these two, national medals are given to winners. Four of the medal winners, after a training camp and some tests, establish the Turkish National Team for participation in IOI.

The First Round Edit

The first round of the olympiad is held in may at populous and developed cities of Turkey. This two-hour long round is written and consists of fifty multiple choice problems. Instead of directly asking programming related questions, the first round problems are prepared to choose students who have analytical intelligence, mathematical and logical reasoning, and talent for computer science. Thus, four fifths of the problems are to test logic and mathematics skills, and only about ten problems are related to programming. The programming problems are in C, and are algorithmic in nature, instead of testing knowledge about the syntax and intricacies of the language. As a result of the first round, about fifty students qualify for the second round.

The Summer Camp Edit

About twenty five of the successful students, who have not been invited before, are invited to summer camp. In this two week long camp, the participants are taught C language as well as fundamental algorithmic knowledge. The attitude and progress of the students are recorded for future decisions about the selection of the national team.

The Second Round Edit

The second round exam is five hour long and contain three problems similar to those of International Olympiad in Informatics(IOI) The exam takes place in Middle East Technical University of Ankara. The successful students are rewarded. Two gold, four silvers and six bronze medals are given to the winners.

The Winter Camp Edit

The medalists as well as some other successful participants are invited to the winter camp. In this camp, students are taught in the branches of combinatorics, computer game theory, advanced algorithms and data structures. The progress of the students as well as completion of the given homework and problems are watched carefully. Progress in the camp, success in the test at the end of the camp as well as success in two day long team selection test are the criteria for the national team.

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