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MARIANNA MAO, 17, celebrates being named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search on Wednesday at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont. Mao s parents, Lin Wang, left and Chengye Mao, joined her in class for the surprise notification. (ANDA CHU/STAFF PHOTO)
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A "Prize Patrol" team from Intel the Santa Clara based maker of semiconductors descended upon the Fremont campus Wednesday to surprise Marianna Mao with the news that she is among 40 students nationwide still in the running to win the coveted "junior Nobel Prize" of high school science competitions, an award that comes with $100,000 and bragging rights.
The straight A student, as of the start of this school year, ranked first in her class. She said her interest in physics is matched by her passion for mathematics. As an eighth grader, she decided to study for the Advanced Placement calculus exam on her own and scored a perfect 5 on the test.
"I'm glad to have been the first Mission student (to be named a finalist), but I certainly hope I'm not the last," Mao said.
"I didn't want to give myself hope, so I just told myself, 'Well, being a semifinalist is good enough,'" she said.
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the finals. Because she did not receive a call the same time her friends did, Mao said she assumed that she hadn't made it to the finals.
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Then, two summers ago, she was one of eight students to represent the United States in an international mathematical olympiad for female students in China. Mao had earned her spot on the team because of her high placement at the USA Mathematical Olympiad the previous year.
Fremont teen a finalist in Intel science competition
MARIANNA MAO, 17, celebrates being named a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search on Wednesday at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont. Mao s parents, Lin Wang, left and Chengye Mao, joined her in class for the surprise notification. (ANDA CHU/STAFF PHOTOS
"I cannot come up with a principal weakness or identify areas which might present difficulties for Marianna," he said, adding that at this point, his former student probably could give him a lesson in math or science.
Teacher Bill Jager said Mao "is the top math student I have encountered in 23 years of teaching . calculus and 27 years of serving as the math club adviser at Mission San Jose High School."
FREMONT With 12 students having been named semifinalists in the national Intel Science Talent Search this past decade, it's become almost expected for Mission San Jose High School to churn out young science scholars.
But for all its promising students, the school never had a student advance to the finals until now.
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