Check out the MCC 2013 results at http://ioimalaysia.org/results.
Here are great resources to prepare yourself for the Malaysian Computing Olympiad:
When you encounter new syntax or forget something, you can search through:http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/
Sign up for practice at these sites:
www.codeforces.com (do Codeforces Rounds, practice problems, and read others’ codes)
www.topcoder.com (do SRMs and read algorithm tutorials)
www.usaco.org (do USA Computing Olympiad and training gateway)
Learn problem-solving techniques and algorithms at:
https://sites.google.com/site/stevenhalim/ (start with the free e-book)
The more you code, the faster you learn. So start now!
At our second time participating in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), two students, How Si Yu and Tham Ying Hong, obtained silver medals.
Our individual scores and ranks are as follows:
How Si Yu, 433, 45th rank, Silver
Tham Ying Hong, 359, 75th rank, Silver (exactly at the cutoff. phew!)
How Si Wei, 210, 159th rank
Lim Yun Kai, 140, 200th rank
The scoreboard is available here.
There were 299 official contestants. Hence, 25 gold medalists (480 and above), 50 silver medalists (359 and above), and 74 bronze medalists (220 and above).
For more info, check out the official IOI site.