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== Contest Overview ==
 
== Contest Overview ==
  
Students at [[Princeton University]] are planning the first '''Princeton Math Competition''' for high school students to take place on Saturday, December 16, 2006.  The competition focuses on teamwork, and the maximum team size is 10 people. However, teams with under 10 people, and even individuals, will be accepted.
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Students at [[Princeton University]] are planning the first '''Princeton Math Competition''' for high school students, to take place on Saturday, December 16, 2006.  The competition focuses on teamwork, and the maximum team size is 10 people. However, teams with under 10 people, and even individuals, will be accepted.
  
  
 
== Contest Format ==
 
== Contest Format ==
  
There are five different subject tests for the Individual test.  They are Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Number Theory, and Advanced Topics.  Each participant takes exactly on eof these tests, and a team can only assign a maximum of two students to one particular test.
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There are five different subject tests for the Individual test.  They are Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Number Theory, and Advanced Topics.  Each participant takes exactly one of these tests, and a team can only assign a maximum of two students to one particular test.
  
 
For the rest of the contest, there will Team, Power, and Relay rounds similar to those at [[ARML]].
 
For the rest of the contest, there will Team, Power, and Relay rounds similar to those at [[ARML]].

Revision as of 12:58, 20 June 2006

Contest Overview

Students at Princeton University are planning the first Princeton Math Competition for high school students, to take place on Saturday, December 16, 2006. The competition focuses on teamwork, and the maximum team size is 10 people. However, teams with under 10 people, and even individuals, will be accepted.


Contest Format

There are five different subject tests for the Individual test. They are Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Number Theory, and Advanced Topics. Each participant takes exactly one of these tests, and a team can only assign a maximum of two students to one particular test.

For the rest of the contest, there will Team, Power, and Relay rounds similar to those at ARML.


More Information

For more information, write to:

Princeton University Math Club

303 Fine Hall, Washington Road, Princeton University

Princeton NJ 08544-1000 USA

Attn: Dona Vukson

Or email: glan@princeton.edu


See also

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