Spring Contest

April 10, 2021



For the safety of competitors during the COVID-19 situation, this year's fall contest will be held via Zoom.


Teams

Teams may have up to four members. You can sign up with fewer, but try first visiting our forum to find other potential participants from your area!

Divisions

There are two divisions: middle school (grades 8 and below) and high school (9-12). We welcome participants with any amount of competition math experience!

Deadline

Registration for our spring contest is free! It closes on April 7, 2021. To register, click the link above or fill out the form at the bottom of this page!

Prizes

Awards will be given out to the top two teams in each division, as well as those who place individually. Keep an eye out for future info about the contest!

General Rules

  1. Online resources, geometric tools, calculators and other electronic devices are forbidden. The only exception is your Zoom device.

  2. To limit academic dishonesty during the competition, we ask that participants keep their webcams on.

  3. Communication between participants in different chapters is forbidden during the competition. Communication between members of different teams during the team round is also forbidden.

  4. Be respectful and considerate of others.

  5. Solutions will be posted after April 25th, once other inteGIRLS chapters have concluded their competitions!

Structure

Each contestant competes in either the middle or high school division. The contest consists of three main rounds: team, relay, and individual. Individual is scored separately from the others, and there will also be an optional, for-fun Estimathon that does not count towards team scores!

  • Team Round: 15 problems in 45 minutes, collaborative.

  • Relay Round: Two rounds of 4 problems in 10 minutes each, collaborative. Each question depends on the previous answer.

  • Individual Round: 20 problems in 40 minutes.

  • Estimathon: 10 problems in 30 minutes, collaborative. Questions are estimation-based, scored by proximity to the correct answer.

Want some practice?

Check out some tests from past years!