School Leaderboard
These are the top schools that competed in the 2016-17 competition sorted by correct answers.
Help were catching Garden every week towards the end but couldn't quite get there leaving Garden our 2017 champions. ISP finished just 2 correct answers (0.5%) ahead of Nexus in the close race for third while Pukekohe High School deserve a special mention as they joined with just 6 weeks to go and were the second highest achieving school in that time.

Pos School Country All Answers Correct Answers % Correct
1 Garden International School Malaysia 2095 1380 66%
2 Help International School Malaysia 2013 1333 66%
3 International School @ ParkCity Malaysia 546 378 69%
4 Nexus Malaysia Malaysia 603 376 62%
5 Ilkley Grammar School England 780 348 45%
6 BSKL Malaysia 571 343 60%
7 Pukekohe High School New Zealand 435 280 64%
8 AISM Malaysia 233 166 71%
9 Queen Annes School England 507 123 24%
10 Jerudong International School Brunei 166 75 45%
11 High Storrs School England 120 73 61%


School Medal Table
Ever wondered what the leaderboard would look like if there were medals awarded each week? Well I did.
If a gold, silver and bronze medal were awarded based on the most correct answers each week then we would have a leaderboard that looks like the one below. Just like in the Olympic Games a couple of gold medals can send you shooting up the leaderboard just like Pukekohe High School.

Pos School Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Garden International School Malaysia 18 10 1 29
2 Help International School Malaysia 11 5 4 20
3 Pukekohe High School New Zealand 2 2 2 6
4 Ilkley Grammar School England 5 4 9
4 International School @ ParkCity Malaysia 5 4 9
6 Nexus Malaysia Malaysia 2 7 9
7 BSKL Malaysia 2 6 8
8 AISM Malaysia 1 1
8 High Storrs School England 1 1
8 UCSI International School Malaysia 1 1


National Pride
There were four main competing nations in the 2016-17 competition, this is how they did based on correct answers.
Not surprisingly Malaysia (being where the competition originated) came out on top by some margin but there was some great work from in England, Brunei and New Zealand as well.
Also, I discovered maps like the one below are REALLY easy to make in Google Sheets and I'm sure they'd impress your Geography teacher if you were to made them one (it's even easier than colouring in). However it is pretty strange that this one shows New Zealand twice.