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==About==
 
==About==
Math is Cool (MIC) is a math competition for grades 4-12 located in the state of Washington. The competition is hosted by Academics is Cool.
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[[Math is Cool]] Championships is a math competition for grades 4-12 located in the state of Washington. The competition is hosted by [[Academic is Cool]]. Participants will be invited to go to the [[Math is Cool Masters]] if they score top 4 in their school and if their school wins top 8 in their division.
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==Scoring==
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===Individuals===
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*A 35 question, 40 minutes test accounts for approximately 90% of a student's score
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*A 8 question mental math test will account for approximately 10% of the student's score
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===Teams===
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MIC will look at all the teams' scores and find the max scores of the following sections:
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*Team Contest
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*Multiple Choice Team Contest
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*Relay (2 rounds graded separately)
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*College Knowledge Bowl (College Bowl)
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MIC will then look at the sum of the max scores.
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==Links==
 
==Links==
 
You can find past competitions
 
You can find past competitions
 
[http://academicsarecool.com/#/samples here].
 
[http://academicsarecool.com/#/samples here].

Revision as of 17:56, 12 February 2020

About

Math is Cool Championships is a math competition for grades 4-12 located in the state of Washington. The competition is hosted by Academic is Cool. Participants will be invited to go to the Math is Cool Masters if they score top 4 in their school and if their school wins top 8 in their division.

Scoring

Individuals

  • A 35 question, 40 minutes test accounts for approximately 90% of a student's score
  • A 8 question mental math test will account for approximately 10% of the student's score

Teams

MIC will look at all the teams' scores and find the max scores of the following sections:

  • Team Contest
  • Multiple Choice Team Contest
  • Relay (2 rounds graded separately)
  • College Knowledge Bowl (College Bowl)

MIC will then look at the sum of the max scores.

Links

You can find past competitions here.

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