Math Prize for Girls

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Math Prize for Girls
Region: USA, Canada
Type: Free Response
Difficulty: 3-7.5
Difficulty Breakdown:

Problem 1-10: 3-4.5
Problem 11-20: 4.5-7.5

Math Prize for Girls is a competition created by Advantage Testing Foundation to get girls interested in STEM professions. The test usually takes place in the fall.

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 $$50,000$ to winners, and first place gets $$25,000$. Additionally, the top 35 participants can participate in Math Prize for Girls Olympiad.

Structure

In the main competition, girls have 2.5 hours to solve 20 problems. The problems is free-response and requires answers to be in a set form. The test covers pre-college mathematics.

In the proof competition, participants have 4 hours to write solutions to 4 problems.

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