Program Length: a few days (varies based on grade level).
Gauss written in May
Pascal, Cayley, and Fermat written in February
Fryer, Galois, and Hypatia written in April
Euclid also written in April
Admissions Req: Participants of the math must be in grades 7 through 12
Highlight: Are you intrigued by numbers and equations? Do you seek to understand the world at a deeper level using mathematics? If so, consider joining the CEMC Math Contest, sponsored by waterloo. Math contests are held for grades seven through twelve, and there are eight different branches of the math contest each with named after a famous mathematician: Gauss, Pascal, Cayley, Fermat, Fryer, Galois, Hypatia, and Euclid that each offer teens different but clear formats, timing, and appropriately noted grade level restrictions. If you are curious about the types of problems in any of these math contests, check out their problem set generator. Although deadlines vary for each grade level, the programs in the math contest are no longer than two weeks at most and offer students the experience to grow and learn and challenge themselves outside of the traditional curriculum. You can step up to the challenge and prepare and test your knowledge in these widely accredited math contests from the comfort of your home for only $2 to $16. So, consider applying for one …or many… because at the end of the day, the only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics.
Financial: Depending on the particular grade and test level, contest fees range from $2-$16