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  1. STUDENT WINS TOP MATH AWARD.(Schools)(Dmitry Vaintrob, who attends South Eugene High School, takes the grand prize in the prestigious Siemens competition): ... from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) by Gale Reference Team, 2006-12-05
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81. Math Competitions | K12 Academics
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82. Math Competitions
Tanya Khovanova's puzzle page with math puzzles and other fun math.
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This page lists math competitions available for students living around Boston.
National Math Contests
  • The American Mathematics Competitions . The American Mathematics Competitions consist of a series of increasingly difficult tests for students in middle school and high school. These contests include the AMC 8 , the AMC 10 , the AMC 12 , the AIME , and the USAMO . The top students on the final test are invited to participate in the Math Olympiad Summer Program , where students train for possible inclusion on the United States Mathematics Olympiad team. American Regions Math League . ARML consists of 15-person teams representing schools, cities, counties, or states at three locations in the US. The competition is team-oriented and very challenging, with a focus on problem solving and some mathematical writing. MATHCOUNTS . Mathcounts is the premier middle school extracurricular program in the United States, with competition at school, local, state, and national levels. Many avid problem solvers get their start here.

83. Thomas Jefferson - Math Competitions
Home Activities and Clubs Math Competitions; Math Competitions Thomas Jefferson Upper School students compete in up to four math competitions during the school year.
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84. Bovetsky (bovetsky)'s Public Profile In The Diigo Community
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85. Math - Student Mathematics League
Mathematics Department Competitions. Student Mathematics League History. The Student Mathematics League, organized by the American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges
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86. Saratoga 01/02-2
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87. Math Competitions: Students Teaching Students
How math competitions foster greater peer learning environments and stronger educational cultures.
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var addthis_pub="dtwitchell"; While many educators debate the benefits of math competitions in exciting top students and introducing them to new concepts and problem types, my purpose is to write a social aspect of math competitions that is not as often discussed. Students advance academically most quickly when they are interested in the subject matter enough to discuss it amongst their peer groups. Socially, students communicate more with other students than teachers. Excitement over a topic generates discussion, igniting a greater learning process.
Students teach students more quickly because teaching is a social process. Students are more interested in communicating with each other because they are more similar to each other than they are to us teachers. Students love to talk, play games, teach, and learn from each other. This happens for topics that are valued within their peers group so long as the topics are fresh and exciting. When such topics take hold of a peer group, the excitement builds like the power of a tornado, and when the subject is educational, the only thing we can do as educators is get out of the way, let it happen, and count our blessings.
Unfortunately mathematics is not currently valued in Western culture as highly as purely recreational subjects like sports, television, music, or video games. Even the students who already recognize the value of their education (and mathematics in particular) are often unable to find large enough peer groups that foster their interests. The result is that students rarely get to the point of discussing mathematics amongst themselves unless they are told to do so, which only inhibits the excitement of the process.

88. Math Competitions
MATH OLYMPIAD AT NEW SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL . NEW SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL will participate in local, regional and state level math competitions by forming a group of students who
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  • Home About Us You are here: Home Academics Math Competitions Math Competitions MATH OLYMPIAD AT NEW SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NEW SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL will participate in local, regional and state level math competitions by forming a group of students who are interested Math. These students will study advanced level math and practice towards math competitions such as MATHCOUNTS, AMC-8 and Math League. Students will gather before school and after school times in order to practice. Schedules and selection criteria will be announced after the opening of school in August 24 th You can learn more about the competition about MATHCOUNTS, AMC-8 and Math League in our open houses MATHCOUNTS heightens student interest in mathematics by making math achievement as challenging, exciting and prestigious as a school sport. At the beginning of each school year, the MATHCOUNTS Foundation provides a complimentary copy of its School Handbook to every middle school across the country. Teachers and volunteers use the handbook and activities to coach student Mathletes®, as part of in-class instruction or as an extracurricular activity. After several months of coaching, participating schools select students to compete individually or as part of a team in one of more than 500 written and oral competitions held nationwide and in U.S. schools overseas. The first competitions are held at the local level in February with winners progressing to state competitions in March. Results at the state level determine the top four individuals and top coach who earn the honor of representing their state or overseas team at the national finals. At all levels, MATHCOUNTS challenges students' math skills, develops their self-confidence and rewards them for their achievements. Fore more info visit

89. University Of St. Thomas : Mathematics : Math Competitions
Mathematical Competitions. Faculty Coordinator Kurt Scholz, tel. 651962-5533 Students are encouraged to participate in any or all of three competitions held throughout the
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90. Math Competitions: Sherry Gong's Striking Success
Math Competitions Sherry Gong's Striking Success. September 19, 2007. Sherry Gong, 18, stands out in a number of ways. Of the six members of the U.S. International
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Math Competitions: Sherry Gong's Striking Success
September 19, 2007 Sherry Gong, 18, stands out in a number of ways. Of the six members of the U.S. International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) team , she was the only female. And, among the 536 participants in this year's IMO , held in July in Hanoi, Vietnam, she finished in a tie for seventh place, earning a gold medal and the distinction of being one of the best young mathematicians in the world.
Sherry Gong with the 2007 USAMO Team. Front row from left to right: Sherry Gong, Delong Meng, Alex Zhai, Arnav Tripathy, Tedrick Leung. Back row from left to right: Adam Hesterberg, Krishanu Sankar, Brian Lawrence, Sergei Bernstein, Eric Larson, Haitao Mao, and Jacob Steinhardt. Top that off with a tie for first place in the China Mathematical Olympiad for Girls , which took place in August, and you've got a young woman whose mathematical talent is creating quite a stir as she makes the transition from high school to college.
Sherry Gong "I like math because it is beautiful," Gong says. "There are parts of it that are dainty and elegant, like a quick solution. There are also parts in which you create something incredibly powerful, and then you get to use it." Gong's list of accomplishments in mathematics and physics competitions is enviable. Besides this year's gold medal, Gong earned a

91. Harrisonburg City Schools - Math Competitions
Math Competitions Elementary Math Competitions. Math Olympiad for Elementary and Middle School; Virginia Math League; Middle School Math Competitions
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92. 2010 Jump Start Pre-Algebra And Math Competitions (Grades 5 - 7) — Avid Academ
Date and Time 830 1130 AM, Monday - Friday, July 19 - July 30, 2010
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The Pomona-Wisconsin Mathematical Talent Search Round 1 The Pomona-Wisconsin Mathematical Talent Search Round 2 Caltech Harvey Mudd Math Competition Harvey Mudd College,
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2010 Jump Start Pre-Algebra and Math Competitions (Grades 5 - 7)
Date and Time: 8:30 - 11:30 AM, Monday - Friday, July 19 - July 30, 2010
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To register, click on 2010 Jump Start Pre-Algebra and Math Competitions Summer Camp Online Registration  or download the 2010 Math Olympiad Summer Camp Registration Form .  Registration deadline is June 15, 2010 on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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This camp is designed for students who will be studying pre-algebra or equivelent in the coming school year.  Advanced 5th graders are also accepted into the program upon passing a qualifying exam.  The camp is also ideal for students who are new to middle school math competitions and would like to prepare for the AMC 8 exam in November.

93. Math Olympiad For Middle Schools — Avid Academy For Gifted Youth
The Math Olympiad Track prepares students for major math competitions at middle school and high school levels. Depends on students’ personal interests and priorities, they
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Math Olympiad for Middle Schools
The Math Olympiad Track prepares students for major math competitions at middle school and high school levels. Depends on students’ personal interests and priorities, they can find meaningful and challenging programs to meet their needs. We provide training and opportunities, and mentorship for our students to compete in major middle school math competitions such as MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, and MOEMS.
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Avid Academy will offer the following math competitions to middle school students:
  • MOEMS Division M - Math Olympiads for Elementary and Middle School Division M AMC 8 AMC 10, AMC 12, and AIME (High school competitions available to top middle school students)

94. Math Team
I was the coach of the Good Counsel H.S. Math Team in 199899, and gathered a little information on math competitions for high school students that might be of general interest
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I was the coach of the Good Counsel H.S. Math Team in 1998-99, and gathered a little information on math competitions for high school students that might be of general interest to math coaches. Nationwide High School Math Competitions: In 2000, the contest formerly known as the American High School Math Exam (AHSME), sponsored by American Math Competitions The Math League sponsors a math contest for high school students. Registration is required by the end of September. I havent dealt with it, but my information says it consists of a set of six 30-minute, 6 question short-answer contests. There is a fee of $65 for 6 contests. I learned about the Colorado Math Olympiad after leaving Good Counsel and so havent dealt with it. From the webpage it looks like an interesting contest, and is open to students from all over. Its held at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in April, so there is the transportation issue. Illinois and Chicago High School Math Competitions: The Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM) The Math Teachers Association (MTA) sponsors a math competition for Chicago-area Catholic high schools. The school becomes eligible by joining the MTA; dues are about $30. The competition is held at Loyola University in Rogers Park. The contest takes place in February.

95. Hawken School Middle School Math Competitions
5000 Clubside Road Lyndhurst, Ohio 441242595 440.423.4446
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96. The Georgia Council Of Teachers Of Mathematics, Inc. - Math Competitions
Mathematics Competitions. Welcome the the GCTM Mathematics Competition pages. The purpose of this page is to encorage and promote mathematics competitions in the state of Georgia.
http://www.gctm.org/Default.aspx?pageId=304929

97. Regional Math Competitions
An upto-date, state-by-state list of 150 local math competitions sponsored by colleges and universities. Most of these math contests can be entered by individuals as well as teams
http://homeschoolmathcontests.com/regional.aspx

98. Math Competitions
College Discussion Forums High School Life and Precollege Issues May, 2003 and Earlier ArchiveMath Competitions
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Click here to go to the NEW College Discussion Forum College Discussion Forums High School Life and Pre-college Issues May, 2003 and Earlier Archive : Math Competitions By on Sunday, April 27, 2003 - 11:20 pm Edit
Also, are there any good math comps that are free in registration? My school refuses to fund our math team. By on Monday, April 28, 2003 - 12:19 am Edit The best prep books are:
http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/
I know of 2 free comps:
http://www.olemiss.edu/mathed/problem.htm

http://www.nsa.gov/programs/mepp/usamts.html

These two are not free, but they are pretty cheap if you have a group. Maybe some kids could go in on the registration.
http://www.mandelbrot.org/

http://www.mathleague.com/contests.htm

How about a free computer programming comp? www.usaco.org By Kad (Kad) on Monday, April 28, 2003 - 05:41 pm Edit How high is the level of math in these competitions? By on Monday, April 28, 2003 - 06:00 pm Edit different By on Monday, April 28, 2003 - 10:39 pm Edit By on Monday, April 28, 2003 - 10:44 pm

99. Telecharger 09 10 Competitions PDF - Pdf Gratuit
Honors Math Competitions 09/10. Franklin College Math Contest open to The Senior test is a team competition, consisting of several very nonroutine .
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100. Thomas Jefferson - Math Competitions
Home Activities and Clubs Math Competitions; Math Competitions Thomas Jefferson Upper School students compete in up to four math competitions during the school year.
http://www.tjeffschool.org/index.php?filename=mainfile.php&id=79&cat_id=

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