Tentative Math Contest Dates 2020-2021
*** Note: Due to the COVID-19, the math contest times may be different from last year and/or from what is listed below. Sign up to receive accurate/current info from the advisor, Mrs. Gillette. Her email is email@example.com. The dates and times may change due to administration's requests, students' availibility, advisor's availibility, a surge/reduction in the virus, etc. The contests might all be on the Zoom app.
Ohio Math League 10/13, 11/10, 12/8, 1/5, 2/9, 3/16. 30 minutes each
AMC 2/4, 2/10 75 minutes each
OCTM 8am – 9:30 am Saturday 2/20 or 2/27 ?
ASMA 11/12, 12/10, 1/14, 2/11, 3/11, 4/8. 30 minutes each
Math Madness probably on Tuesdays beginning around 9/22. We'll play until we get knocked out of the playoffs. 30 minutes eachSee Mrs. Gillette in room A221 if you would like to be notified about additional math contest opportunities. Students, please email Mrs. Gillette at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like the Google Classroom join code. She can also give you the Remind code, the Zoom meeting ID, and the Zoom password.ASMA is a series of six 35-minute math contests. The contests are held on Thursdays from 2:45-3:20 pm. Students do not have to attend all of the contests. Athletes should ask their coach if they can be late to practice.Math Madness is a series of online math contests each containing about 8 questions to be completed in 30 minutes. We will continue until Revere has been knocked out of the playoffs. There are some team and some individual contests.The AMC 10A and 12A will be held on 2/4. This is a 75-minute contest where students may not use a calculator. The AMC 10B and 12B will be held after school 2/10. Most interested students will take the contest on 2/4. Only a limited number of copies of the 10B and 12B will be available for students who were not available on 2/4 or who wish to take both versions. High scorers might qualify for the AIME on 3/10.OCTM contest was created by math teachers and will be given one Saturday in February from 8-9:30 AM at Copley High School. High scorers might qualify for the OHMIO contest in March.Previous Ohio Math League contests are online. You can practice these on your iPad/computer. Log in to http://online.mathleague.com with the email ID and password that Mrs. Gillette has given to you. Click on “Repository of Questions”, “Contests”, and whichever contest you would like to try. The site may offer solving tips after you have tried the problems. Please see or email Mrs. Gillette if you would like to receive a login ID.Go to the Math Contests Websites for Practice page for more websites and suggestions for practice.