UPDATE: Final results
Sixty-six students were at main campus on May 2 to write the final round of the British Columbia Secondary School Math Contest.
Of them, 29 were from the junior grades and 37 from senior.
In all, 513 students from around the province participated this year when they wrote the preliminary competition in their schools on April 2.
Final round top finishers
Senior—1. Augustine Park, Sa-Hali Secondary; 2. a tie between Rachel Wade, NorKam Secondary, and Cherry (Yuxuan) Chen, Sa-Hali Secondary.
Junior—1. Michelle Hu, Sa-Hali Secondary; 2. Zoe Ovenden, Clearwater Secondary; 3. Madison Ardiel, Peter Skene Ogden Secondary.
What does a written contest look like?
See how many you get correct from the 2013 junior preliminary.
See how many you get correct from the 2013 senior preliminary.
Check your answers.
Contests and solutions from other years
Example of a fractal. TRU’s Dr. Richard Taylor will give a presentation titled “Fractal Geometry in the High School Classroom from 10-11am in the Irving K. Barber Centre.
TRU is host to the British Columbia Secondary School Mathematics Contest 2014 Final Round on Friday, May 2.
9:15 – 9:40am—Registration, Irving K. Barber Centre
9:40 – 9:50—Welcome address, Dr. Dennis Acreman, Associate Dean, Faculty of Science, TRU
10am – noon—Junior Contest, OM 2211 (if needed OM 2216), Senior Contest OM 2201 (if needed OM 2221)
10 – 11am—Teacher Session, Irving K. Barber Centre
Dr. Richard Taylor, TRU, Fractal Geometry in the High School Classroom
11am – 12:45pm—Puzzle Session, House of Learning, 4th floor
noon – 12:45pm— Lunch, House of Learning, 4th floor
12:45 – 1pm—Door Prizes Draw, House of Learning, 4th floor
1 – 2pm— Presentation, Irving K. Barber Centre, Dr. Richard Taylor, TRU, Doodles and Fractal Geometry
2:15 – 3pm—Awards, Irving K. Barber Centre, Dr. Tom Dickinson, Dean of Science, TRU
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