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About the Event

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Setting Higher Goals

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is an annual math contest that began in 2004. Eye Level members and non-Eye Level members around the world can participate.

Objective and Scientific Questions

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is a test designed to challenge students’ math skills in a variety of areas including problem-solving, reasoning, communication, and critical thinking.

Purpose

The Eye Level Math Olympiad inspires students to strive towards higher goals in their Eye Level studies. The Math Olympiad is available to all students, and aims to promote the mathematical skills of students from all around the world.

Math Olympiad Details Image

Setting Higher Goals

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is an annual math contest that began in 2004. Eye Level members and non-Eye Level members around the world can participate.

Objective and Scientific Questions

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is a test designed to challenge students’ math skills in a variety of areas including problem-solving, reasoning, communication, and critical thinking.

Purpose

The Eye Level Math Olympiad inspires students to strive towards higher goals in their Eye Level studies. The Math Olympiad is available to all students, and aims to promote the mathematical skills of students from all around the world.

Participation Details

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is a global, standardized math test that is open to all Eye Level members and non-members from 2nd grade through 9th grade. Participants will be given the test paper based on their 2017 school grade.

Online Registration

Registration for the Math Olympiad is online only from August 1 to October 15. Payment is collected at the time of registration.


Registration Fee:

  • $20 (USD) for members
  • $30 (USD) for non-members

About the Test

This is a two-part test. Students will have 20 minutes for the first 30 problems and 30 minutes for the final 20 problems.

Section one tests students' calculation and arithmetic ability, while section two covers word problems and critical thinking questions.

Preparing for the Test

Participating Eye Level Learning Centers will be holding a Practice Math Olympiad during the month of October.

Visit myeyelevel.com to find a center near you.

Scores and Ranking

Test results will be posted in December 2017. Individual results reports will include details on overall score, national and international ranking, and answer statistics.

Use your child's name and registration number to look up the results: Test Results.

Online Registration

Registration for the Math Olympiad is online only from August 1 to October 15. Payment is collected at the time of registration.


Registration Fee:

  • $20 (USD) for members
  • $30 (USD) for non-members

About the Test

This is a two-part test. Students will have 20 minutes for the first 30 problems and 30 minutes for the final 20 problems.

Section one tests students' calculation and arithmetic ability, while section two covers word problems and critical thinking questions.

Preparing for the Test

Participating Eye Level Learning Centers will be holding a Practice Math Olympiad during the month of October.

Visit myeyelevel.com to find a center near you.

Scores and Ranking

Test results will be posted in December 2017. Individual results reports will include details on overall score, national and international ranking, and answer statistics.

Use your child's name and registration number to look up the results: Test Results.

Testing Date and Locations

The Math Olympiad will be held in different venues around the U.S. and Canada For the location nearest you, consult the list below. At the time of registration, you will be asked to select your testing location.

Test Date: November 4th, 2017

State Venue Test Time Address

*Washington state residents, please consider joining the event at our Richmond, Canada venue this year.

Prizes and Awards

Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners will be selected for each grade level based on the total scores per grade. After grading is completed, winners will be contacted individually with further information. All participants will receive a Math Olympiad medal and a participation gift after the test.

Gold

One winner per grade.
Award: $300 prize

Silver

One winner per grade.
Award: $200 prize

Bronze

One winner per grade.
Award: $100 prize

Gold

One winner per grade.
Award: $300 prize

Silver

One winner per grade.
Award: $200 prize

Bronze

One winner per grade.
Award: $100 prize

Math Olympiad Videos

Watch the videos below to find out what the Math Olympiad is all about.