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Tokyo Qualifier NEAMC

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What is it?
This is a 3-day competition happening within the prestigious National Olympics Memorial Youth Centre, Tokyo. It is a Qualifying round to be a part of the Finals of the World Mathematics Championships® 2018-19Participants engage in our 9 different types of rounds within 6 skills categories.

Who may enter?
Any youth still engaging in pre-university education. Senior level is aimed towards those in Year 13 and below.

When is it?
Saturday 6th October, the competition starts early afternoon (straight into Inspiration Round with welcome afterwards about 5pm), until Monday 8th October, ends 10pm.
Check-in to rooms can only start after 3pm (we have space for left luggage) and check-out is by 11am on Tuesday 9th October.

The Finals this season will be in Trinity College, University of Melbourne between Saturday 15th (2pm) to Thursday 20th December 2018 (10pm).

What do participants get?

Lots of intangible rewards! And also...
An attainment transcript containing the percentile ranks in each round, each skill attribute and a descriptor of their demonstrated strengths.
Medals are awarded to the better performing participants in each of the 6 skills categories.
Those who excel best in all 6 categories are also issued with a Golden Ticket invite to the Finals.

Here is the competition programme.

How much does it cost?
USD 450 per student participant and USD 360 per adult adjudicator. Payment is prefered through PayPal and invoices in other currencies are available upon request.
This is all-inclusive of food, accomodation, transport, materials, medals, ... from about 2pm Saturday afternoon until after breakfast on Tuesday morning. Participants are expected to make their own way to and from the venue (specific options are found here) - unfortunately Friday night is already fully booked for those thinking about arriving the day before.

What about accommodation?
All student participants (some shared) and adult adjudicators (singles) are assigned rooms with shared bathroom facilities. These are within the conference centre compound and rooms are reserved for all 3-nights, Saturday until Tuesday.

How to register?

An adult adjudicator clicks on the link above and registers teams of 3 students.
There must be at least 1 adult adjudicator for every 3 teams registered. If you would like to register more than 5 teams, please contact us before proceeding.

Registration into this competition is confirmed only when the full fees have been received AND all participant particulars are complete in the form.

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