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The '''iTest''' (formerly the [[American High School Internet Mathematics Competition]]) is a team-based math competition testing high school students on [[algebra]], [[geometry]], pre-[[calculus]], [[probability]], [[logic]], and other mathematical topics typically encountered in a high school mathematics curriculum (excluding calculus). | The '''iTest''' (formerly the [[American High School Internet Mathematics Competition]]) is a team-based math competition testing high school students on [[algebra]], [[geometry]], pre-[[calculus]], [[probability]], [[logic]], and other mathematical topics typically encountered in a high school mathematics curriculum (excluding calculus). | ||

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+ | It consists of 25 multiple-choice questions (with 1 answer choice on the first problem, 2 on the second, etc.), 25 short-answer questions, and 10 Ultimate questions, which are much like relay questions in that each Ultimate question depends on the answer to the previous ones. There are 4 Tiebreaker proof questions as well. | ||

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## Revision as of 12:20, 23 September 2007

The **iTest** (formerly the American High School Internet Mathematics Competition) is a team-based math competition testing high school students on algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, probability, logic, and other mathematical topics typically encountered in a high school mathematics curriculum (excluding calculus).

It consists of 25 multiple-choice questions (with 1 answer choice on the first problem, 2 on the second, etc.), 25 short-answer questions, and 10 Ultimate questions, which are much like relay questions in that each Ultimate question depends on the answer to the previous ones. There are 4 Tiebreaker proof questions as well.

## External links

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