Mathematical Mayhem

 

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7th Annual Mathematical Mayhem Tournament

April 14, 2018
 

High school students from across New Jersey compete in a friendly competition of individual and team exams that are designed to challenge the students and assess their current skill development. Students will be exposed to the challenges of math and will see where they stand amongst their peers. The experience is meant to reduce test anxiety, increase student confidence and provide high school students with an inside view of college life. 

The competition is designed to present students with interesting and challenging problems involving material from high school mathematics. The competition emphasizes the development of problem solving skills while having fun.  Teams of three students are invited to participate in this event. Awards will be presented to top finishers. 

 

REGISTRATION NEWS

Registration for the 7th Annual Mathematical Mayhem will
open in January 2018.

 

Register

   

 

 

8:30 –  9:00 am
Registration and Breakfast


9:00 –  9:10 am
Welcome Ceremony


9:15 – 10:30 am
Individual Exam


10:45 – 12:00 pm
Team Exam


12:00 –  1:30 pm
Lunch and Activities


1:45 –  2:15 pm
Closing Award Ceremony

 

Stockton University
Brad Forrest
Judith Vogel
Pam Kosick
Chia-Lin Wu, Director
Yujin Shen
Juan Tolosa

  • Absegami High School

  • Middle Township High School

  • Atlantic City High School

  • Middletown High School

  • Atlantic County Institute of Technology

  • Cedar Creek High School

  • OakCrest High School

  • Cumberland Regional High School

  • Ocean City High School

  • Egg Harbor Township High School

  • MainlandRegional High School

  • Southern Regional High School

 

Questions 

Please feel free to contact the program director, Dr. Chia-Lin Wu, 609.652.4428 with any questions about Math Mayhem or the registration process. 


SPONSORS

  

Stockton University School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Logo

Pi Mu Epsilon New Jersey Omicron Chapter

Stockton University Logo

Mathematics Department
Math Club