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NOTE: This is an article written by members of the Journalism Camp about the
Robotics Camp that we were having at the same time at TCNJ in 2008. Enjoy ...
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Question: Where can I download a brochure?
Question: Where can I download a flyer?
Question: Where can I see highlights of previous camps?
Answer: See the videos below.
Question: The web site indicates that the student must be in the top 30% of
their class. What type of documentation is required for that requirement? Is
there a specific form that needs to be filled out?
Answer: Normally the guidance office can tell students their ranking. But this
is just a guideline. We evaluate the students according to the transcript that
they send in as part of their application file. The form that needs to be filled
is the application with us here:
Then you will be prompted for the application fee. After that, you will ask the
school to send us a transcript, and also send the recommendation letter. More
details about this come on line after the application has been filled.
Question: Is the program suitable for someone that already has some experience?
Answer: Yes our camp focuses on programming, and it is very appropriate and step
up from a programming perspective from activities like FIRST and NXT
Question: Approximately what percentage of the week is devoted to programming?
Answer: In our program, about 80% of it is programming.
Question: What do I have to do on the RECOMMENDER part of the application?
Answer: In the recommender's section, you need to put the information for
someone who will write a letter of recommendation for you. You will see more
instructions on the recommendation and payment, once you submit the form. The
recommender should be a teacher or a guidance counselor.
Question: How much will I learn attending the one or two week long camp?
Answer: Overall, the camp focuses on electronics and programming, although there
are necessarily some mechanical aspects. The first week focuses on motion guided
by decision making derived from sensory inputs. The second week focuses on
control via wireless communications and computer vision. If you are not
familiar with these topics, we are sure you will enjoy the camp, not only because
of the technical content, but because of the college-like experience, and the
teaming and competition aspects of the camp.
Question: What are considered College Prep Math courses?
Answer: Any High School level Math courses taken by students planning to go to
college are considered College Prep Math courses.