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Prize winning EIC students in the National Cipher Challenge

Posted on: 22 Jan 2016

Congratulations to Mohamed, Adil and Tri at Ealing Independent College who with the support of Ms Harrison, Teacher of Maths at the College, made it to the final stage of the University of Southampton National Cipher Challenge 2015. The Cipher Challenge consisted of eight parts with two challenges at each stage. The ciphers varied from simple substitution ciphers, to Vigenère, and even an AMSCO cipher. The final challenge 8B involved decrypting a Solitaire cipher with an incomplete key - a very challenging puzzle. Of the 3500 students who entered nationally, less than 500 were still competing at the start of challenge seven, and fewer still completed challenge eight. The achievements of Mohamed, Adil and Tri is very impressive given the difficulty of the puzzles, and the Principal and staff at Ealing Independent College are very proud of them.

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