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==Massachusetts elementary school mathematics competitions==
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==Elementary School Level Math Competitions:==
*[[Winchester Math Competition (WinMaC)]] is a competition for fourth and fifth graders hosted by Winchester High school. [https://winchestermc.com/ website] (Cancelled this year due to COVID-19)
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*[[Winchester Math Competition]] (WinMaC) is a competition for fourth and fifth graders hosted by Winchester High school. With both individual and team rounds, this competitors usually organize outside of school. [https://winchestermc.com/ website]
  
==Massachusetts middle school mathematics competitions==
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==Middle School Level Math Competitions==
  
 
[[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=298 middle school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.
 
[[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=298 middle school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.
  
* [[Massachusetts MathCounts]] is part of the national [[MathCounts]] competition.
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* [[Massachusetts MathCounts]] is part of the national [[MathCounts]] competition. This competition has individual and team rounds, where teams are usually organized in school. However, if a school has not signed up a team, students can compete individually. This competition is organized in a sprint-target-countdown-team format, where sprint round is a test of speed, target is a test of accuracy, countdown is a math-bowl style round, and team is a team round. This test is taken over the course of a day
*[[Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts]] (IMLEM) [http://www.imlem.org/index.htm website]
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*[[Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts]] (IMLEM) This competition has individual and team rounds, and teams are organized in school. This competition has five rounds, mystery (misc), geometry, number theory, arithmetic, algebra, and team. Each scoring competitor competes in three individual rounds and the team round. There are usually five meets per academic year. For more information and old tests, go to their [http://www.imlem.org/index.htm website].
*[[Lexington Mathematics Tournament (LMT)]] is a competition hosted by Lexington High school. [http://www.lhsmath.org/LMT website]
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*[[Lexington Math Tournament]] (LMT) is a competition hosted by Lexington High school. This competition only has team rounds, and teams are usually organized outside of school. Its current, online format includes a team round which teams have a week to complete, and a guts round where questions are given out in sets of three, and teams have to complete as many sets as possible in 75 minutes. This is usually a biannual test, with a spring and fall test. For more information and old tests, go to their [http://www.lhsmath.org/LMT website].
*[[Acton Boxborough Math Competition (ABMC)]] is a competition hosted by Acton Boxbourough Regional High School. [https://abmathcompetition.org/ website]
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*[[Acton-Boxborough Math Competition]] (ABMC) is a competition hosted by Acton-Boxbourough Regional High School. This competition has individual and team rounds, and teams are usually organized outside of school. This competition has sprint, accuracy, and team rounds, and takes place over the course of a day. For more information and old tests, go to their [https://abmathcompetition.org/ website].
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*[[Sharon Math and Science Tournament]] (SMST) is a competition hosted by Sharon High School. Teams usually organize outside of school. This competition contains both math and science aspects. There are math individual, science individual, team, and design challenge rounds. The team round consists of math and science portions, which are not handed out separately. The test usually lasts a day. For more information and past tests, go to their their [https://sharonmathscitourn.wixsite.com/smst website].
  
==Massachusetts high school mathematics competitions==
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==High School Level Math Competitions==
  
 
[[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=214 high school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.
 
[[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=214 high school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.
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*[[Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament]] -- Each year, students from all over the country visit either MIT or Harvard to participate in a contest administered by veterans of math competitions attending the two schools. [http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/www/main.shtml website]
 
*[[Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament]] -- Each year, students from all over the country visit either MIT or Harvard to participate in a contest administered by veterans of math competitions attending the two schools. [http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/www/main.shtml website]
 
*[[Massachusetts Association of Mathematics Leagues]] (MAML) [http://www.maml.org/ website]
 
*[[Massachusetts Association of Mathematics Leagues]] (MAML) [http://www.maml.org/ website]
*[[Massachusetts Mathematics League]] (MML) [http://www.geocities.com/mmlleague/reports website 1] [http://www.massmathleague.org/ website 2]
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*[[Massachusetts Mathematics League]] (MML) [http://www.massmathleague.org/ website]
 
*[[Massachusetts Mathematics Olympiad]] [http://www.wocomal.org/statistics/olympiad/index.html website]
 
*[[Massachusetts Mathematics Olympiad]] [http://www.wocomal.org/statistics/olympiad/index.html website]
 
*[[Southeastern Massachusetts Mathematics League]]
 
*[[Southeastern Massachusetts Mathematics League]]
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*[http://www.matharchive.org/ Archive of WOCOMAL, MML, MAML, NEAML, and Massachusetts Math Olympiads]
 
*[http://www.matharchive.org/ Archive of WOCOMAL, MML, MAML, NEAML, and Massachusetts Math Olympiads]
  
== National math contests ==
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== National Math Contests ==
 
* [[List of United States elementary school mathematics competitions]] for national contests.
 
* [[List of United States elementary school mathematics competitions]] for national contests.
 
* [[List of United States middle school mathematics competitions]] for national contests.
 
* [[List of United States middle school mathematics competitions]] for national contests.

Latest revision as of 10:31, 11 May 2021

Elementary School Level Math Competitions:

  • Winchester Math Competition (WinMaC) is a competition for fourth and fifth graders hosted by Winchester High school. With both individual and team rounds, this competitors usually organize outside of school. website

Middle School Level Math Competitions

AoPS hosts middle school math forums where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.

  • Massachusetts MathCounts is part of the national MathCounts competition. This competition has individual and team rounds, where teams are usually organized in school. However, if a school has not signed up a team, students can compete individually. This competition is organized in a sprint-target-countdown-team format, where sprint round is a test of speed, target is a test of accuracy, countdown is a math-bowl style round, and team is a team round. This test is taken over the course of a day
  • Intermediate Math League of Eastern Massachusetts (IMLEM) This competition has individual and team rounds, and teams are organized in school. This competition has five rounds, mystery (misc), geometry, number theory, arithmetic, algebra, and team. Each scoring competitor competes in three individual rounds and the team round. There are usually five meets per academic year. For more information and old tests, go to their website.
  • Lexington Math Tournament (LMT) is a competition hosted by Lexington High school. This competition only has team rounds, and teams are usually organized outside of school. Its current, online format includes a team round which teams have a week to complete, and a guts round where questions are given out in sets of three, and teams have to complete as many sets as possible in 75 minutes. This is usually a biannual test, with a spring and fall test. For more information and old tests, go to their website.
  • Acton-Boxborough Math Competition (ABMC) is a competition hosted by Acton-Boxbourough Regional High School. This competition has individual and team rounds, and teams are usually organized outside of school. This competition has sprint, accuracy, and team rounds, and takes place over the course of a day. For more information and old tests, go to their website.
  • Sharon Math and Science Tournament (SMST) is a competition hosted by Sharon High School. Teams usually organize outside of school. This competition contains both math and science aspects. There are math individual, science individual, team, and design challenge rounds. The team round consists of math and science portions, which are not handed out separately. The test usually lasts a day. For more information and past tests, go to their their website.

High School Level Math Competitions

AoPS hosts high school math forums where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.

National Math Contests


See also

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