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Bangkok Preliminary
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August 18, 2018

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Jakarta Preliminary
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August 18, 2018

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Kuala Lumpur Preliminary
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August 18, 2018

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Chiang Mai Preliminary
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August 18, 2018

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Manila Preliminary
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August 18, 2018

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Jakarta Qualifier
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October 06-08, 2018

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Tokyo Qualifier
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October 06-08, 2018

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Surrey Qualifier
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October 17-20, 2018

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HCMC Qualifier
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February 22-03, 2019

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Nanjing Qualifier
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March 01-03, 2019

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Singapore Qualifier
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March 01-03, 2019

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What we're about...

...celebrations of conceptual learning


The World Mathematics Championships® are collaborative assessment-as-learning experiences for all youths yet to commence university study.

Senior level is aimed for those studying in the 1-3 years prior to university (in Grade 12 and below).
Junior level is aimed for those studying 4-5 years prior to university (in Grade 9 and below).
Prime Plus level is aimed for those towards the end of their Primary Schooling/early Middle School age (in Grade 7 and below).

The tiered progression to the Finals is as follows:

WMC Preliminaries*

Individuals and institutions may enter this 1 hour multi-choice fundamental Skills and Concepts questions paper.
All participants are awarded with certificates of percentile attainment, and some are also presented with Special Ticket invites for the next stage, a Qualifier.

WMC Qualifiers

*Some Qualifiers do not have the prerequisite Preliminary Round.
    • 2+ full days of total immersement
    • 6 skills categories for prizes
      • Challenge - because we want to be the best that we can be
      • Knowledge - because we need secure foundations to communicate, collaborate, challenge, strategise and create better!
      • Collaboration - because we all need others to help us achieve our dreams
      • Strategy - because visionary thinking leads to more profound success
      • Communication - because we need to be able to convince others that our beliefs are sound
      • Creativity - because we enjoy being humans instead of robots
    • Transcripts of relative attainment
    • Individual medals within each skill category
    • Golden ticket invites to the next finals of the World Mathematics Championships®
    • A Warry Cup awarded to the institution with the best mean average

Individuals focus on the Challenge rounds alone.

Inter-nation teams engage within the Collaboration rounds together.
Intra-nation teams complete the 
Communication rounds together.


Some rounds are (subject specific skills and procedures) knowledge intensive.
Other rounds are (plan and execute)
strategy focused.
There are rounds that depend upon (new and imaginative ideas)
creativity.

Each strategy, creative and knowledge skill category has at least one round that is engaged in alone, within inter-nation teams and through intra-nation teams.

The 9 rounds within WMC qualifiers are:

Skills categories Challenge Collaboration Communication
Knowledge Mathematician Lightning Shuttle
Strategy Duel Innovation Pursuit
Creativity Codebreaker Open Inspiration

To help improve the chances of achieving better together, Collaboration (internation) and Communication (intranation) teams often plan and use the below roles and responsibilities within the rounds:

Role Harmonizer Facilitator Timekeeper
Generic Responsibility Encourage positive and productive team atmosphere Ensures everyone understands their task Ensures deadlines are met
Open Engage all to contribute appropriately Quality of aesthetics Hand-in the Poster before the deadline
Inspiration Engage all to contribute appropriately Communication
Analysis
Mathematics
Presentation
Upload the Video before the deadline
Pursuit and Lightning Problems being solved in equal distribution Problem solving methodologies are appropriate All questions deposited within the time limit
Innovation Tasks engaged within fairly Design methodologies fit for purpose Product is ready for to complete the task within the time limit

 

For a more detailed breakdown on how the Qualifyiers flow, please browse the other sections:


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Our background...

...we're 'just' teachers trying to do what good teachers do


We are a small team of experienced, passionate and dedicated teachers who believe learning should be fun, relevant and challenging.




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