Difference between revisions of "Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition"

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The Awards banquet is usually on the last Saturday in February.
 
The Awards banquet is usually on the last Saturday in February.
  
This year, Part I will occur on October 11, 2006 and Part II will occur on December 6, 2006.  The Awards banquet is tentatively set for February 24, 2007.  [http://gauss.math.oakland.edu/mmpc/schedule.html 2006 MMPC Complete Schedule]
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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Latest revision as of 12:06, 16 January 2012

The Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition (MMPC) is a high-school level mathematics competition (although middle schoolers can take it) with two parts. Part I is a 40 question, 100 minute multiple choice test. The top 1000 finishers of this round are selected to take Part II, which is a harder 5-question proof test. The top 100 finishers of Part II are honored at an awards banquet every year, with the top 50 receiving scholarships.


Dates

Part I is normally on a Wednesday morning in the first or second week of October. Part II is normally on a Wednesday morning in the first or second week of December. The Awards banquet is usually on the last Saturday in February.


Resources

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