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Old 03-12-2019, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
It is not calculated by individual teams, but rather the total number of oca team awardees. The quantum is then divided by that number. Around 200+.
Yup what I meant. I think I wasn't clear enough in my post. Let me make it clearer. I meant Individual OCA as literally Individuals who get OCA, not teams. So for teams, it depends on the number of people who are in the winning team or teams then the quantum is divided equally. But just wanted to highlight that there are 2 kinds of OCA on top of answering the question given. May not always be 200+ actually, due to potentially different quantums every year, and different number of members in winning teams. My school's team OCA fluctuates very often. People have gotten 400+ 500+ before.
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