- The USACOis a prestigious coding competition for Middle and High Schoolers.
- Since USACO is so prestigious, especially for college applications, there are many programs to assist in passing the divisions.
- Other resources often cost lots of money. USACO Tutor costs only $20/hr. Unlike other companies, USACO Tutor seeks to provide a 1-on-1 attentive experience, and we even offer office hours for free.
- There are 4 divisions. Bronze, Silver Gold, Platinum. Platinum is the highest level. Right now, we offer Bronze Classes, so your child will be in the Silver Division.
USACO Tutor Blog
Welcome To USACO Tutor
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This blog is going to cover my thoughts about passing the Bronze Division, for now.
What is the USACO?
Why should I do USACO?
- USACO is a very underrated competition. Unlike mathematics, competitive programming is a small niche. One upside of this is that there is less competition.
- However, the downside is that students often do not have the training resources. Since it's so niche, tutors charge exorbitant amounts.
- Most tutors charge 90+/hr, and don't even have USACO credentials. USACO Tutor costs only $20/hr. Unlike other companies, USACO Tutor seeks to provide a 1-on-1 attentive experience, and we even offer office hours for free.
- Most other tutoring companies outsource their tutors to random people you cannot contact personally.
- I, David Yang, personally attest that I genuinely would love to be contacted, and want to serve your child.
What do I need to know for USACO?
- USACO is a programming competition. It is also an algorithmic competition.
- For bronze, you need to be able to adapt your mindset into thinking like a coder.
- This includes techniques like brute-force, or simulating all the possibilities.
- The curriculum is pretty dynamic, which is why a lot of students like to have a training program: this is where USACO Tutor steps in.
- A training program can help you know EXACTLY what you need to study, so you can maximize your benefit from the limited time students have.