International Youth Math Challenge – Win Up To $700

High school and university students are invited to participate in the International Youth Math Challenge. This is one of the biggest online math competitions for students from all around the world. Winners will receive prizes worth up to $700. The deadline is on Sunday 17th October 2021.

The International Youth Math Challenge is an international mathematics competition that enables students from all countries to prove their maths skills and to unleash their creativity.

The qualification round 2021 consists of five math problems. Successful participants can then register for the pre-final round in October. You have five days to solve 10 problems of the pre-final round. 

Successful finalists will take an online exam supervised by their teacher. The winners receive certificates and cash prizes worth over $700.

In order to participate in IYMC you have to be a high-school or university student.

Depending on your age (over 18 years or under 18 years) you will have to solve more problems to qualify for the next round. Students from all grades and all countries are invited to participate. 

The deadline is on Sunday 17th October 2021.


Main Criteria

Please submit your solution to the qualification round via the official submission form. Pay attention to the following aspects:

Clearly mark your final solutions (e.g. underlining, red colour, box).

The solution file may be typed digitally, or it may be a clear picture of your handwritten notes. 

Find out more now.

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