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We will be holding our annual summer program for students in grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township NJ. The program consists of six days of math contests (individual questions, team questions, relay questions, and speed questions) as well as a series of lectures on various mathematical topics. The program will be held from July 24th through July 29th. Last summer, approximately 250 students (Elementary School students and Middle School students combined) from China, South Korea, Canada, and the United States attended our program. Eligibility requirements are as follows: for grades 6, 7, and 8, a score of 31 or higher on our contests for those grade levels or a score of 24 or higher on our algebra 1 contest; for grade 9, a cumulative score of 30 or higher on our six high school contests or a score of 24 or higher on our algebra 1 contest. Please note: We will also consider applications from students who have not participated in our contests but have demonstrated mathematical talent via other contests or activities. During the past two summers, we have had speakers from such schools and organizations as Princeton University, Columbia University, Rutgers University, Williams College, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), etc. A list of speakers (part) as well as additional information about our program may be found at Math League International Summer Tournament. For information about applying to these programs, please send emails to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We will be holding our annual summer program for students in grades 4 and 5 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township NJ. The program consists of six days of math contests (individual questions, team questions, relay questions, and speed questions) as well as a series of lectures on various mathematical topics. The program will be held from July 14th through July 19th. Last summer, approximately 250 students (Elementary School students and Middle School students combined) from China, South Korea, Canada, and the United States attended our program. Eligibility requirements are a score of 24 or higher on our PREVIOUS or CURRENT contests on grade 4 or 5. Please note: We will also consider applications from students who have not participated in our contests but have demonstrated mathematical talent via other contests or activities. During the past two summers, we have had speakers from such schools and organizations as Princeton University, Columbia University, Rutgers University, Williams College, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), etc. A list of speakers (part) as well as additional information about our program may be found at Math League International Summer Tournament. For information about applying to these programs, please send emails to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The online results for the #6 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #6 April 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter April 2018 is also available on the Newsletter page!

The OFFICIAL online results for the Grade School 6-7-8 Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly. We are still making changes and updates to some contests as results come in, as well as correcting errors, so remember these are Unofficial results. 

You can find them on the page for  Official Results Grads 6,7,8 2017-2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

 

The UNOFFICIAL online results for the Grade School 6-7-8 Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly. We are still making changes and updates to some contests as results come in, as well as correcting errors, so remember these are Unofficial results. 

You can find them on the page for  Unofficial Results Grads 6,7,8 2017-2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

 

The online results for the #5 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #5 March 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter March 2018 is also available on the Newsletter page!

The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #4 February 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter February 2018 is also available on the Newsletter page!

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The online results for the #3 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results #3 January 2018, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter January 2018 is also available on the Newsletter page!

The online results for the #2 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School December 2017, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter November 2017 is also available on the Newsletter page!

The online results for the #1 High School Contest for 2017-2018 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School November 2017, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter November 2017 is also available on the Newsletter page!

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