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Math Prize for Girls is a competition created by Advantage Testing Foundation. It is only open to girls as the name states and one must score above a certain cutoff on either the [[AMC 10]] or [[AMC 12]] competition in the same year. Then, one travels to MIT and takes the competition. The Advantage Testing Foundation provides a total of $50,000 to winners.
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'''Math Prize for Girls''' is a competition created by Advantage Testing Foundation to get girls interested in STEM professions. It is only open to girls as the name states and one must score above a certain cutoff on either the [[AMC 10]] or [[AMC 12]] competition in the same year. Around 300 girls take the test in MIT. The Advantage Testing Foundation provides a total of $50,000 to winners.
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==Structure==
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Girls have 2.5 hours to solve 20 problems.  The problems will always have a numerical answer.  The test covers pre-college mathematics.
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==Resources==
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* [https://mathprize.atfoundation.org/ Official Site (with past problems)]
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[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]

Revision as of 01:56, 1 September 2018

Math Prize for Girls is a competition created by Advantage Testing Foundation to get girls interested in STEM professions. It is only open to girls as the name states and one must score above a certain cutoff on either the AMC 10 or AMC 12 competition in the same year. Around 300 girls take the test in MIT. The Advantage Testing Foundation provides a total of $50,000 to winners.

Structure

Girls have 2.5 hours to solve 20 problems. The problems will always have a numerical answer. The test covers pre-college mathematics.

Resources

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