Math Tournament at Berkeley (BMT)

Held by the Math Tournament at Berkeley

10 years' history

Aim to inspire more students to love and gain interest in math

Beneficial for applying science majors in top university

Unique and challenging math problems

Introduction

The Math Tournament at Berkeley is an organization that aims to spread mathematics and the spirit of mathematical competition throughout the Bay Area by presenting students with interesting, hand-crafted problems. We offer an environment where students, educators, and mathematicians can come together and celebrate the spirit of mathematics.

Agenda

Rules

Language: English

Date: November 11th, 2020

Location: Online (Requires computer and mobile device equipped with camera)

Participants: High school students

Team: 6 people per team

Type:

  • Power Round: Questions will be issued at 8:00 am, October 10 (Saturday), Complete and submit within 12 hours (Submit before 20:00 on October 10).
  • Team Round: 27 Questions split into 9 rounds of 3 questions each; After the submission of each question, you can start the next question;The scoreboard will be live-streamed to view the live scoring.
  • Individual Round /Focus Round: Choose one of two to participate
  • 1. Individual Round: The individual test is an easier test.
  • 2. Focus Round: Contestants will have the choice to take 2 of the 4 following focus tests, Choices for the focus tests are Calculus, Geometry, Algebra, Discrete.

PS: Students with the same score of individual round will take a tiebreaker.All answers are integers.

Scoring:

  • Focus: Each individual focus combination will count for 10% of the overall score. With 6 people on a team, this yields 60% of the overall score.
  • If a student chooses to take the individual exam, it will count for 5% of the overall score.
  • Team round will account for 40% of the overall score.
  • The Power Round and Video Contests will be scored separately.

Awards

Awards
1、Global Awards
  • Global Team
2、National Award
  • 2.1 Individual
    Focus
    • Gold: Top 5%
    • Silver: Top 20%
    • Bronze: Top 35%
    Individual
    • Gold: Top 5%
    • Silver: Top 20%
    • Bronze: Top 35%
  • 2.2 Team
    Team Round
    • Gold: National Top 5% Team
    • Silver: National Top 20% Team
    • Bronze: National Top 35% Team
    Power Round
    • Gold: National Top 5% Team
    • Silver: National Top 20% Team
    • Bronze: National Top 35% Team
    Team Overall
    • Gold: National Top 10% Team
    • Silver: National Top 25% Team
    • Bronze: National Top 35% Team

Registration

Fee

Includes exam, grading,certificate, proctor fee, past-papers and one online mock exam

Deadline

5th October, 2020

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