TA ACSL Junior Division Coding - Contest Years 2001-02 through 2021-22


TA ACSL Junior Division Coding - Contest Years 2001-2022

The ACSL American computer science league is ACSL Senior Division Theory which provides you ACSL 2001-2022 that covers all the exercises. Best for junior high and middle school students with no previous programming experience.


No student beyond grade 9 may compete in the Junior Division. Each contest consists of an online 30-minute, 5-question short answer test and an online programming problem to solve in 72 hours.


We provide you with the best preparation from coding problems to challenge problems, Triangles, MadScientist, Swapity Swap, and many more.


We provide you with the best preparation from coding problems to challenge problems.,Triangles, MadScientist, Swapity Swap, and many more.


Details : https://www.acsl.org/about
Student Guide : https://www.acsl.org/get-started/student-guide
Student Material : https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials
ACSL Schedule :https://www.acsl.org/get-started/study-materials

    Contest #1: Completed on Dec 11 2021 @ 10.00 AM EST

    Contest #2: Completed on Feb 13 2022 @ 10:00 AM EST

    Contest #3: Completed on April 10 2022 @ 10:00 AM EST

    Contest #4: Coming Soon



2021-2022

  • Contest 1: Fibonacci Clock
  • Contest 2: Fibonacci cypher
  • Contest 3 : Fibonacci & Pascal
  • Contest 4: Fibonacci & Mandelbrot
  • Finals:

2020-2021

  • Contest 1: Numeral Triangles
  • Contest 2: Lex Strings
  • Contest 3 : Multiple Arrays
  • Contest 4: Graphs
  • Finals Contest 1: Subrect
  • Finals Contest 2: Sentences
  • Finals Contest 3:King in Danger
  • Finals Contest 4 : Cycles

2019-2020

  • Contest 1: Number Transformation
  • Contest 2: String Differences
  • Contest 3 : Veitch
  • Contest 4: Patolli
  • Finals Contest 1: Spot the Y
  • Finals Contest 2: Passort
  • Finals Contest 3: Syllables
  • Finals Contest 4 : Family Tree

2018-2019

  • Contest 1: Digit Reassembly
  • Contest 2 : String Stats
  • Contest 3 : Stretch
  • Contest 4 : Prefix Evaluation
  • Finals Contest 1:Patience
  • Finals Contest 2:Stretch
  • Finals Contest 3:Time
  • Finals Contest 4:Digit Expression

2017-2018

  • Contest 1: Ninety-Nine
  • Contest 2 : Enclosure Contest
  • Contest 3 : Walk
  • Contest 4 : Duplicates
  • Finals Contest 1: Pattern
  • Finals Contest 2 : Compressed Arrays
  • Finals Contest 3 :Hexgrid Walks
  • Finals Contest 4 : Fifteen puzzle

2016-2017

  • Contest 1: Agram
  • Contest 2 : Ascending
  • Contest 3 : Lights Out
  • Contest 3 : Skyscraper
  • Finals Contest 1 : Numbers
  • Finals Contest 2 :Panels
  • Finals Contest 3 : Puzzle
  • Finals Contest 4 : Components

2015-2016

  • Contest 1 : Chmod
  • Contest 2 : Strings
  • Contest 3 : Abc
  • Contest 4 : Reg Exp
  • Finals Contest 1:Booleo
  • Finals Contest 2 :Binaryfrac
  • Finals Contest 3 :Egyt
  • Finals Contest 4 :Uuencode

2014-2015

  • Contest 1: Navigating Acsl Land
  • Contest 2 : Lisp Expressions
  • Contest 3 : Isola
  • Contest 4 : Quine-McCluskyAlgorithm
  • Finals Contest 1: AbaLL
  • Finals Contest 2: Mail
  • Finals Contest 3: Spelling
  • Finals Contest 4: Detect

2013-2014

  • Contest 1: Scrabble
  • Contest 2 : Print formatting
  • Contest 3 : Fanorona
  • Contest 4 : Numble
  • Finals Contest 1:Change
  • Finals Contest 2 :Kenken
  • Finals Contest 3 : Repeat
  • Finals Contest 4 : Hexfractions

2012-2013

  • Contest 1: Time Sheets
  • Contest 2 : Cells
  • Contest 3 : Chess Queen
  • Contest 4: Rummy
  • Finals Contest 1: Gold
  • Finals Contest 2: Checksum
  • Finals Contest 3:Cells
  • Finals Contest 4: Sega

2011-2012

  • Contest 1: Draft Picks
  • Contest 2: Bits
  • Contest 3 : Grid Fit
  • Contest 4 : Pip
  • Finals Contest 1: Go Fish
  • Finals Contest 2: Baseball Stats
  • Finals Contest 3:Factor Tress
  • Finals Contest 4: Search Expressions

2010-2011

  • Contest 1: Prints
  • Contest 2: Search
  • Contest 3: Mancala
  • Contest 4: Matrix Encryption
  • All Star Contest 1: Disks
  • All Star Contest 2 : Equations
  • All Star Contest 3 : Matrix

2009-2010

  • Contest 1: Golf
  • Contest 2: NYSIIS
  • Contest 3: Senet
  • Contest 4: Stacks And Queues
  • All Star Contest 1:Bridge
  • All Star Contest 2:Triangles
  • All Star Contest 3:Krypto

2008-2009

  • Contest 1: Bridge
  • Contest 2: Pinochle
  • Contest 3: Blokus
  • Contest 4:Reversi
  • All Star Contest 1:Prefix codes
  • All Star Contest 2:Scattergories
  • All Star Contest 3:ACSLBET

2007-2008

  • Contest 1: Triangles
  • Contest 2: Data Compression
  • Contest 3: Petteia
  • Contest 4: Trees
  • All Star Contest 1:Tali
  • All Star Contest 2:PREFIX CODES
  • All Star Contest 3:Fibonacci Code

2006-2007

  • Contest 1:Probability
  • Contest 2: The Next Generation
  • Contest 3: Swedish Chef Onion Routing
  • Contest 4: Flock
  • All Star Contest 1:Deal Or No Deal
  • All Star Contest 2:leet
  • All Star Contest 3: onion router

2005-2006

  • Contest 1: Post Office
  • Contest 2:Sudoku
  • Contest 3:Strings
  • Contest 4:Pathways
  • All Star Contest 1:Pick-a-Number
  • All Star Contest 2:Squares
  • All Star Contest 3:Time Zones

2004-2005

  • Contest 1: Poker
  • Contest 2: Digital Deletions
  • Contest 3: The Soundex Indexing System
  • Contest 4: Trees
  • All Star Contest 1:Home on the range
  • All Star Contest 2:Inverse identity
  • All Star Contest 3:FSA

2003-2004

  • Contest 1: Change Digits
  • Contest 2: Coin Strip
  • Contest 3: Acslman
  • Contest 4: Assembly
  • All Star Contest 1:ACSLCAM
  • All Star Contest 2:Adjacent Fractions
  • All Star Contest 3:Complement

2002-2003

  • Contest 1: Asterisks
  • Contest 2:Strings And Things
  • Contest 3: Prime Time
  • All Star Contest 1: Weird
  • All Star Contest 2:Morse Code
  • All Star Contest 3: Fortunate Numbers

2001-2002

  • Contest 1: Wrap Around Code
  • Contest 2: Checkers
  • Contest 3: Palindrome
  • Contest 4: Hairy Conic
  • All Star Contest 1:The Junior Vampire
  • All Star Contest 2:Diaphantus
  • All Star Contest 3:Play Your Neighbour Solitaire

Concepts

  • Triangles
  • MadScientist
  • Swapity Swap