OUR EXPERTS MEET THE STAFF OUR NEWS READ MORE. News & Blog Closing Out a Summer of Success Aug 05, 2016. U.S Students: The 2020 Research Science Institute (RSI) Application is closed. International Students: The 2020 Research Science Institute (RSI) Application is now closed. RSI is the first cost-free to students, summer science & engineering program to combine on-campus course work in scientific theory with off-campus work in science and technology research. RSI is a merit-based admission summer program. Building on Ranney School’s tradition of superior education, Ranney Summer Institute (RSI) will continue quality academic preparation and learning enrichment over the summer months on campus at Ranney School. Learn more about TASP and other affordable summer programs in our blog Affordable Academic Summer Programs for High School Students. Research Science Institute (RSI) The Research Science Institute (RSI) gathers 80 of the world’s most outstanding high school students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in a free, five-week program where they can experience the research … There are plenty of ways to independently gain research experience. RSI math faculty advisors Ankur Moitra and Davesh Maulik and head mentor Tanya Khovanova with RSI-2018 students Since 1993, the MIT Mathematics Department has participated in the Research Science Institute (RSI) , an MIT-hosted six-week summer program for rising high school seniors. Admits take courses in STEM fields, engage in intensive research, and prepare a conference-style presentation on their findings. It is recommended that PSAT Math Scores be at least 740 or higher and the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Score be 700 or higher. RSI Admissions Guidelines. Research Science Institute Each summer, 80 of the world's most accomplished high school students gather at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI). ACADEMIC PREP & LEARNING ENRICHMENT LEARN MORE. After a … If you're not admitted, don't stay discouraged for long. Students are admitted purely on achievement, not according to how high-profile they may be.