To allow students to demonstrate their problem solving skills by demonstrating competency in solving practical mathematics problems, financial literacy and ability to be good managers of their own money "Turning Leaders into Legends and Obstacles into Opportunities"
Competitors may bring a standard calculator to the exam. However, graphic calculators, portable music devices, mobile devices such as cell phones and all other types of memory storage devices are prohibited. No printed materials or prepared notes will be allowed in the virtual exam room.
Competitors will be allowed to bring a scratch paper.
The maximum time allowed for the exam will be fifty (50) minutes. The time at which each student turns in his/her exam will be recorded on the top by event staff for tiebreaking purposes. If there is a tie, the student with the shortest completion time will be added one additional point.
The timekeeper will announce when there are 15 minutes remaining, 5 minutes remaining and 30 seconds remaining. At the end of 50 minutes, all exams will be collected. No late exams will be accepted. Timing cue cards will be provided to the judges.
There will be no talking or text messaging among the participants. Any student doing so may be disqualified from competition immediately.
Registration and Due Dates
Unlimited Entries Per Chapter
Competition Dates: February 27 & 28, and March 1, 2023