Continental Mathematics League

Ages:Elementary, Middle School, High School

Type:Exam

Categories:Mathematics, STEM

Scope:National

Contact


hello@cmleague.com
631-584-2016

A set of "Math Meets" are provided to schools for students to work on. Teams submit solutions  to their questions to the school proctors who then submit score in the competition's online website.

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Schools host the math league "Meets" within a prescribed timeframe, typically in the spring.

  • Each student is to work independently within the prescribed time period.
  • Except for the Calculus League, paper and pencil are to be used to solve the questions.
  • Each Meet or Contest is to be held on the day that it is scheduled or the nearest possible day.
  • You will download a PDF file of the questions and solutions for each Contest you enter.
  • Please duplicate as many copies as you need.
  • There is NO restriction as to how many students may participate in the Meets or Contests.
  • Meets and Contests are to be proctored and graded by the school with answer keys and step-by-step solutions (where appropriate) provided by CML.
  • The top 6 scores on the sheet will be the team’s score for each Meet or Contest.
  • The scores are to be entered on our website, and the results may be viewed online after each Meet.
  • CML anticipates that each student will participate at or above his/her present grade level.
  • For example, both 5th and 6th graders may participate at the 6th grade level.
  • It is also expected that each advisor will preserve the integrity of the Meets or Contest by adhering to the appropriate time limitation and by maintaining adequate security of the materials prior to each event.

Students are evaluated based on the responses to exam questions and awarded points based on their responses.

Website: https://www.cmleague.com/product-category/cml/

Managing Organization: Continental Mathematics League, Inc.

Contact:

hello@cmleague.com
631-584-2016

Eligibility:
Math Meets must be organized by schools or other local educational organizations. Students from 2nd to 12th grades can participate but must participate in the appropriate level of competition.

Overview

A set of "Math Meets" are provided to schools for students to work on. Teams submit solutions  to their questions to the school proctors who then submit score in the competition's online website.

Process

Schools host the math league "Meets" within a prescribed timeframe, typically in the spring.
  • Each student is to work independently within the prescribed time period.
  • Except for the Calculus League, paper and pencil are to be used to solve the questions.
  • Each Meet or Contest is to be held on the day that it is scheduled or the nearest possible day.
  • You will download a PDF file of the questions and solutions for each Contest you enter.
  • Please duplicate as many copies as you need.
  • There is NO restriction as to how many students may participate in the Meets or Contests.
  • Meets and Contests are to be proctored and graded by the school with answer keys and step-by-step solutions (where appropriate) provided by CML.
  • The top 6 scores on the sheet will be the team’s score for each Meet or Contest.
  • The scores are to be entered on our website, and the results may be viewed online after each Meet.
  • CML anticipates that each student will participate at or above his/her present grade level.
  • For example, both 5th and 6th graders may participate at the 6th grade level.
  • It is also expected that each advisor will preserve the integrity of the Meets or Contest by adhering to the appropriate time limitation and by maintaining adequate security of the materials prior to each event.

Criteria

Students are evaluated based on the responses to exam questions and awarded points based on their responses.

Participate

Website: https://www.cmleague.com/product-category/cml/

Managing Organization: Continental Mathematics League, Inc.

Contact:

hello@cmleague.com
631-584-2016

Eligibility:
Math Meets must be organized by schools or other local educational organizations. Students from 2nd to 12th grades can participate but must participate in the appropriate level of competition.