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Award Winners:

Gold Medals: Jiajun Lin, Yuan Qiu

Silver Medals: Zhiwen Yang, Haoming Guo, Yuyang Sun, Romanova Anastassiya

Bronze Medals: Wenxiao Li, Wenqi Li, Yaoyuan Zhang, Peiyu Ding, Zihong Lin, Haozhan Jiang, Sheng Yang, Zhi Xin Li

Achievement Awards: Xinyi Ge, Jinyang Zhao, Wu Xiong, Varun Bupna, Azimazhanova Danagu, Zhengfan Zhang, Tianqin Cai, Runjie Yi, Shenda Huang, Jingwen Wang, Shuyan Xu, Zhumakhan Arman

Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Xuan Jiang, Davis Zong Jr.
Silver Medals: Yuhang Wu, Charles Hua
Bronze Medals: Qinghan Wang, Christopher Zhou, Qiyue Xu

Award Winners for Individual Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medal: John Gupta-She
Silver Medals: Xingrun Wang, Tianyang Huang
Bronze Medals: Zhengyu Jin, Qiming Lin, Xuan Chen, Yuchun Zhao

Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 3 - 4):
Gold Medals: Yueyang Ma, Weicheng Sun, Kexin Kang, Polaris Hayes, Qiyue Xu, Xuan Jiang, Ruizhe Su, Christopher Zhou, Junjie Hao, Xixi Chu

Award Winners for Team Competition (Grades 5 - 6):
Gold Medals: Xuan Chen, Haoyun Luo, Yuqian Tang, Boni Sun, Haitong Lian, Yichuan Li, Jingxin Yuan, Amier Jin, Zhexuan Feng, Le Zhang

 

The online results for the #2 High School Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School December 2016, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter December 2016 and Selected Math League Rules 2016-2017 are also available on the Newsletter page!

The online results for the #2 High School Contest for 2016-2017 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School November 2016, or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

A new High School Newsletter November 2016 and Selected Math League Rules 2016-2017 are also available on the Newsletter page!

We have begun accepting orders for our three latest books which are now available! 

Each book contains the contests from the 2011-2012 school year through the 2015-2016 school year. The books also contain separate sections with answers, solutions, and rating scales.

If you have not already ordered your copies of these books, you may order them here:  Contest Books Store Link


 Math Contests Grades 4, 5, and 6, Volume 7 
Math Contests Grades 7 & 8 (Including Algebra Course 1), Volume 7 
Math Contests High School, Volume 7 

Math League International Summer Tournament

Math League held its 2016 Math League International Summer Tournament from July 18th through August 4th. During those three weeks, students engaged in mathematics competitions, listened to lectures from mathematicians from renowned universities, and visited Princeton University, Independence Hall, and Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Nearly 200 students from China, Canada, and the United States participated in our summer program. The China contingent was led by Dr. Rui Hu who organized preliminary contests in China before selecting the highest scorers and inviting them to attend this program. Our summer program was divided into three sessions: The first session was for Chinese students who had completed 3rd, 4th or 5th grade in 2016. Our second session was for North American and Chinese students who had completed 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in 2016, and the final session was for the Chinese students who attended our second session.

The OFFICIAL online results for the Grade School 6-7-8 Contest for 2015-2016 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly. 

You can find them on the page for OFFICIAL Contest Results Grades 4,5,and Algebra or by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

You can find the Newsletter by clicking on the link above, or clicking on this link.

July 22, 2016 - State University of New York at Stony Brook

stonybrook 2016

 

The Math League held its Third Annual Sino-American International Mathematics Competition at SUNY-Stony Brook. Students from North America and China competed for individual honors. The event began in the morning of 07/22/2016 with the competition held from 9 AM to 12 Noon. The competition consisted of 10 Individual questions and a 60-question, 45-minute speed round. This was followed by lunch at the University, an awards ceremony, and a tour of the campus.

2016 Stony Brook-Math League International Tournament (Grades 9-12) a.k.a. Third Annual Sino-American International Mathematics League Competition

Award Winners:
Gold Medal: Yunseo Choi
Silver Medals: Ze Yuan, Anton Wu
Bronze Medals: Haolei Huang, Mengxi Wang, Yuchen Dai, James Peterson

We will be holding our summer program at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township from July 24th through July 29th.

Students in grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 are invited to apply. We will have speakers from Princeton University, Columbia University, Williams College, The College of New Jersey, The Mathematics Association of America, and the Museum of Mathematics. The Tournament will consist of 10 Individual Questions, 10 Team Questions, 3 Relay Rounds, and 60 Speed Questions. Approximately 120 students from China, Canada, and the United States will participate in this program. The cost for attending this six-day event will be $1825, including room and board.

Eligibility Requirements:

Any student in grade 9 or below who had a cumulative total of 30 points or more on our 6 high school contests may apply.
Any student in grade 9 or below who scored of 27 points or higher on our algebra 1 contest may apply.
Any student in grades 6, 7, or 8 who scored 31 points or higher on our 6th, 7th, or 8th grade contests may apply.

Please have you interested students send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We will be holding a two-day event at the College of New Jersey on July 20th and July 21 from 9 AM to 12 Noon each day. Students from China and North America in grades 4 and 5 are participating in this event. The tournament will consist of an individual round, a team round, and several relay rounds. The cost to participate is $40 per student.

For further information about this tournament, please send an email 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 2015-2016 have been posted! Email results are due to be sent shortly.

You can find them on the page for Contest Results High School April 2016 by clicking the Latest Contest Results button above.

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