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Also, they are more willing to hire high school students and be supportive throughout the competition process.
Many students feel as though in order to win a competition they need to work with a mentor who consistently hires students each year and/or produces winners on a consistent basis.
Shizuku Ishiai, a 2nd year middle school student, loves dancing, but is bad at expressing herself, so she crossdresses and posts videos of her dances on the popular website "Smile Douga", under the alias "Ai".
And she had declared the "dancing prince", Hayate, her rival.
The vast majority of winners at top fairs have a mentor, AND the vast majority of students have to find their own mentors (85% of the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (now the Regeneron Science Talent Search) finalists had to do this). With a little modification, these steps can also be used to contact a mentor who is not nearby (do a phone interview instead of a meeting, and so forth). O'Donnell adds, "Advice for teachers: Students must find their own mentors! This advice comes from many times when I've mentored kids and they come back complaining about my choice, the lab, etc.
Mentors respond when contacted by motivated students, not by motivated teachers." For most of these, there's nothing that can be done; however, if the last one is known to be the problem, you can send the potential mentor to the Mentoring & Coaching Advanced High School Student Research page on the Science Buddies website.
He invented system games reflecting his beliefs about human behavior, including one called "So Long Sucker---F*ck Your Buddy", in which the only way to win was to betray your playing partner, and it is from this game that the episode's title is taken.
These games were internally coherent and worked correctly as long as the players obeyed the ground rules that they should behave selfishly and try to outwit their opponents, but when RAND's analysts tried the games on their own secretaries, they instead chose not to betray each other, but to cooperate every time.
This did not, in the eyes of the analysts, discredit the models, but instead proved that the secretaries were unfit subjects.
But, after a few unexpected events, and her attempts to best him, she's somehow thrown into an idol unit with him; furthermore, a MALE one?!
by Amber Hess Special thanks to Terik Daly, Benjamin Pollack, and Mary Lou O'Donnell, who contributed to this article. These are the steps Mary Lou O'Donnell's students take in order to find a mentor (these are also the same steps that some of my friends from Science Talent Search took).