Tournament of the Towns Mathematics Competition
Tournament of the Towns is a Russian mathematics competition for high school students with participation from many cities around the world. The contest usually consists of five full-solution questions of which the participant chooses three to answer. The contest lasts four hours. Tournament of the Towns is typically more challenging than the CMC competitions, Cayley, Fermat, Euclid, Fryer, Galois, Hypathia. You can find previous contests and solutions at the Toronto Tournament of the Towns page.
Tournament of the Towns is written twice a year, in early April and early November. There are two levels, O-Level and A-Level, and each is offered in a Junior version and a Senior version. Currently we offer the O-Level only. Students born in year x may write the Junior contest until April of year x+16.
If you are interested in writing Tournament of the Towns in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, please contact Dr. Lily Yen or Dr. Mogens Lemvig Hansen.
Space is limited; first come, first serve.
The Tournament of the Towns Mathematics Competition in Metro Vancouver is hosted by the Yen–Hansen Learning Centre and sponsored in part by the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at Capilano University.
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