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[[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=298 middle school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics. | [[AoPS]] hosts [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=298 middle school math forums] where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics. | ||

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Math Field Day competitions are held in every county, around December. Each school is to pick students to represent the school (for an average sized school, usually 3 students), and let them compete in a written competition, a mental estimation competition, a mental math competition (where only exact answers are correct), and a physical estimation competition. Grades 4-9 compete in this format. Grades 10-12 are slightly different. | Math Field Day competitions are held in every county, around December. Each school is to pick students to represent the school (for an average sized school, usually 3 students), and let them compete in a written competition, a mental estimation competition, a mental math competition (where only exact answers are correct), and a physical estimation competition. Grades 4-9 compete in this format. Grades 10-12 are slightly different. | ||

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+ | This year, the state Math Field Day competition was held at Fairmont State University. | ||

== West Virginia high school mathematics competitions== | == West Virginia high school mathematics competitions== |

## Latest revision as of 15:59, 17 December 2016

## Contents

## West Virginia Middle School Mathematics Competitions

AoPS hosts middle school math forums where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics.

- West Virginia MathCounts is part of the national MathCounts competition.

Math Field Day competitions are held in every county, around December. Each school is to pick students to represent the school (for an average sized school, usually 3 students), and let them compete in a written competition, a mental estimation competition, a mental math competition (where only exact answers are correct), and a physical estimation competition. Grades 4-9 compete in this format. Grades 10-12 are slightly different.

The top 3 students are chosen to represent the county in their region. Then, the top 3 in the region represent the region in the state competition.

This year, the state Math Field Day competition was held at Fairmont State University.

## West Virginia high school mathematics competitions

AoPS hosts high school math forums where students can discuss contest problems and mathematics

## National math contests

- List of United States elementary school mathematics competitions for national contests.
- List of United States middle school mathematics competitions for national contests.
- List of United States high school mathematics competitions for national contests.