Distribution Formula Explained

The Distribution Formula  is the means by which we determine how many delegates from each delegation get to participate in our various program roles. For example, if your delegation has 3 delegates, then your delegation would have one Senate, one Assembly, and one Constitutional Convention slot. If your delegation has 6 delegates, then your delegation would get one Senate, two Assembly, one Constitutional Convention, and two NIC slots. 

Please note that when you are using the Distribution Formula, you do not count any 9th graders, because they are automatically put in the Freshman Forum program. You also do not count any T&E I elected/appointed leadership delegates. 

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