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We are excited to announce the students who have qualified to advance to the Finals Competition in Chicago, Illinois, on May 5, 2018!

It was our best year yet with 51,400 students competing online and 576 students being invited to advance to Finals in Chicago, Illinois, to take place on May 5, 2018.

Please log in to your Admin or Student account that you created for the MathCON online competition on mathcon.org to find out if you or your students have qualified to advance to finals.

The deadline to confirm you or your students’ participation is Friday, March 23, 2018 at 8 pm EST.

Please note that students on the waitlist also need to be confirmed. We will inform you whether those students are invited by 8 pm EST on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

*Please note that the names listed are structured in CODE: as the first 3 LETTERS OF THE FIRST NAME + the first LETTER OF THE LAST NAME to protect the privacy of the students. For example, Ayhan Caputlu would be AyhC.

Schedule & Event Day Information

Please note, the FULL SCHEDULE WILL BE RELEASED ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14  (Pi Day!).

Please check Event Day information page for accommodation rates, nearby restaurants and attractions. Please note that MathCON is not able to provide transportation or hotel accommodations to participating students; lunch will be provided for the participants and concessions will be available for purchase on-site for attendees.

A brief synopsis of the schedule includes (subject to change):

8:30 AM -10:30 AM: Registration

11:00 AM -12:30 PM: TESTING (subject to change slightly)

12:45 PM – 1:30 PM: Lunch (provided for students only)

1:30 PM – 2:45 PM: Entertainment provided by a DJ, a renowned magician act, Game 24 and the Photo Contest results.

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Awards Ceremony

4:00 PM: Conclusion of Event

 

Please email us directly at  contact@mathcon.org with your contact information so we can keep you up to date if you are not registered in our system.

Regions

Qualification for the Finals: Calculation

We are inviting 576 students from 5-12 grades to compete in Finals.

To calculate who qualified for finals, we calculate:

(The number of participants in each grade level, divided by Total participants) times 576.

The cut off score is not necessarily the same for each grade. You will find more information about each student’s ranking and score within your admin account.