The first stage of the Open Doors Olympiad has been completed

Participants can see their results and the number of accumulated points in their personal cabinet. The lists of participants who have moved on to the second stage are also published on the pages of their chosen profiles. The lists are organized according to the number of accumulated points: the participants with the highest scores go first.

In total, 8020 participants were accepted into stage 2. Here are the details:

Biology and Biotechnology - 571 accepted
Computer and Data Science - 949 accepted
Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence - 470 accepted

Business and management - 1078 accepted
Politics & International Studies - 556 accepted
Neuroscience and Psychology - 138 accepted
Physical Sciences - 246 accepted
Linguistics and Modern Languages - 431 accepted
Chemistry and Materials Sciences - 434 accepted
Economics and Econometrics - 543 accepted
Engineering and Technology - 1107 accepted
Clinical Medicine and Public Health - 763 accepted
Earth Sciences - 453 accepted
Education - 281 accepted

Registration and timing choices for stage II are available now. 
The deadline for registration is January 9, 23:59 Moscow time (UTC +3). 

This year, for the first time, there are two different proctoring systems to choose from - Examus or Exams.mipt. 

Examus has only one time slot, which lasts all day. A participant can start the exam at any point within that time slot, and will be given 180 minutes to complete the assignment, regardless of the actual start time. Exams.mipt has three strictly allotted time slots per day, each lasting 180 minutes. To take advantage of the whole 180 minutes, a participant must start the exam strictly at the starting point of the time slot: the exam ends with the time slot in any case, no matter at which point a participant start the assignments.

Examus proctoring is done after the exam, based on the proctor's analysis of the video from participant's screen and webcam. Proctoring in Exams.mipt is done in real time - the proctor watches a participant during the exam and can contact them to call their attention to rule violations.