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Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools
(Yale University)

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MMATHS Information

What is  MMATHS?

  • Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools (MMATHS) aims to assist universities in hosting their own math tournaments for schools within their state or region to provide a team-based competition that is accessible, both geographically and mathematically, to more high-school students.
  • MMATHS additionally strives to promote communication between undergraduate students in mathematics across the country.
  • Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, contests will continue to be held virtually over Zoom, and exams will be conducted through Google Forms.

Syllabus & Schedule

  • Including but not limited to
  • - Arithmetic and Logic
    - Algebra
    - Geometry
    - Number Theory
    - Counting and Probability
  • MMATHS this year will be held on the following days (online) :
  • February 2022
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Criteria & Format

The format of the test consists of several competition rounds outlined below. Refer to the official MMATHS website for more information.
Criteria to Qualify
There are no prerequisites to participate in this competition.

Please note, however, this is a competition for high school students.
Individual Round
Individual Tiebreaker Round
Marathon Round
Mixer Round

More Information About Format

The format of the test consists of several competition rounds outlined below.

Individual Round

The individual round is a 12-question, 75-minute test. All of the questions are weighted equally and have only numerical answer.

Marthon Round

In the "mathathon" round, you work together with your team to solve 6 or 7 small packets of questions. When you submit your final answers to one packet, your team may move onto the next one.

The point values for each question increase, and so does the difficulty. You may spend as much time as you'd like on any one packet, but your team will only have 75 minutes to get through as many packets as it can.

(Note: this round is similar to HMMT's Guts round.)

Tiebreaker Round

The individual tiebreaker round is a 4-question, 45-minute, short answer test. Ties are first broken by score, then broken by time.

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Mixer Round

For the "mixer" round, we randomize the teams. Each of the newly formed teams will have 45 minutes to work on a variety of challenging questions.

The individuals in the tiebreaker round will arrive late to this event. They will be split into teams and have to catch up to the rest of the room!

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