Mathworks at Texas State University offers an exciting experience in math exploration! The Mathworks Math Contest (MMC):
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Mathworks office at (512) 245-3439 or send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can participate in the Contest? We recommend the test be given to students who are highly motivated and interested in mathematics. Students currently in 6th-8th grades are recommended to participate in the Contest.
How do I participate? The test is e-mailed to all middle school Math Coordinators and Teachers in the state of Texas. Contact us at email@example.com if your school did not receive a copy of the test.
Who should proctor the test? We ask that the Math Coordinator or a Math Teacher proctor the contest for interested students. The students are given 120 minutes and the test has 15 problems. Calculators are not allowed. Students should show all their work to reflect how they obtained each answer. Partial credit will be given even if you do not obtain an answer.
How are results on the Contest used? The test scores are used to identify highly motivated and interested students. Participants of the MMC are invited to apply to the residential Junior Summer Math Camp program, a prestigious two-week summer math program held on the Texas State University campus. Four of the top scoring students will be selected to represent Texas during the Po Leung Kuk Primary Math World Competition.
What is a good way to practice? You may look over past tests from the MMC here! Note: we used to call it the Qualifying Test.