All participating students must have their parents complete this consent form: https://forms.gle/se48ogiuWttuFmJh9
COVID-19 Protocols for 2021+
All guests (contestants and coaches) must have proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend (at least one dose, as per DOE guidelines).
All visitors must complete the health screening before entering the building. It is easiest if they do it on their phone and then show the confirmation page as they enter. If you select "Guest" typing "Stuyvesant High School" or "M475" will bring up the school under "school/facility"
Due to the size of the event, we are asking all participants to please wear masks during the event.
Location for the Rounds
Power and Team rounds will take place in classrooms, with one team to each room.
Lunch will be eaten in the cafeteria. Teams must sit together for lunch.
Individual, Marathon and Tiebreaker rounds will take place in the auditorium.
Teams should plan to arrive at 8:30am to complete registration. All participants should enter through the main entrance at 345 Chambers Street. Since it is the weekend, it is important to take into account service changes for the subways in order to arrive on time.
This contest is open to teams from any high school within the five boroughs of New York City, private or public. Students must be in grades 9-12 to participate. Each school is guaranteed 1 team slot and may request up to 4 teams which will be distributed depending on available space. Also, teams may optionally bring 2 alternates. The alternates will form teams with alternates from other schools.
Size of teams
Teams will consist of 6 students, all from the same school. Partial teams are allowed, but they will be at a disadvantage as part of a team's total score is the sum of the individual scores.
None! The contest is absolutely free, thanks to the support of our sponsors.
No calculators or electronic devices are allowed. Students who are learners of English may use a paper dictionary. Full rules are available here.
See this document regarding some mathematical ideas used in this contest as well as conventions regarding the form of answers.
The format of the contest is a mini-ARML contest, with a few changes.
Power Round (30 points)
10 minute reading period for students to familiarize themselves with the needed theorems and other information
60 minutes to work as a team to perform calculations and write proofs based on the given background information.
Team Round (30 points)
40 minutes to work as a team to answer 10 questions.
Individual Round (60 points)
Five 10-minute rounds where students will answer a pair of questions, for a total of 10 questions.
Marathon Round (26 points)
60 minutes for the team to work through a maximum of 26 questions
Teams will be given two questions to work on. Once they complete a question, they can submit it to be graded and receive another question to work on.
Scores will be shown live on the screen.
8:30am - 9:00am - Registration of Teams
9:00am - 9:30am - Introduction and Contest Orientation (Auditorium)
9:45am - 10:35am - Team Round
Each six student team will have 40 minutes to answer 10 questions.
10:45am - 12:00pm - Power Round
After a 10 minute reading period, each six student team will have 60 minutes to complete a series of calculations and proofs.
12:00pm - 12:45pm - Lunch in Cafeteria
12:50pm - 2:00pm - Individual Round
There will be five 10 minute rounds consisting of two questions for each round to be answered by students individually.
2:10pm - 3:25pm - Marathon Round
Each team of 6 will work on two questions at a time as a team. Scores will be updated live throughout the round.