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GUIDELINES FOR THE ONLINE IN-HOUSE TRAINING

The training materials will be emailed to this year’s registered participants of the 2020 Young Mathematicians’ In-House Intensive Training Program which will be viewable online from April 5 to 9, 2020.
As scheduled, the materials will be sent a week or few days before the so called ‘online training’ so that registered trainees can have time to study and answer the problems prior the discussion and lecture. As expected the youngster group will start receiving the sets of training materials ahead of the others.  
Here are some guidelines of the online lecture/training:
How can I get accessed to the training? Trainees who completed the registration are given access to participate in this year’s online training.  
What do I expect to receive after completing my registration? If you belong to the youngster group, you are expected to receive through email sets of training materials starting Tuesday, April 1, 2020. The rest of the group follows.
What will I do with the training materials? As soon a…

2020 “IN-HOUSE” TRAINING GOES ONLINE

The MTG Philippines is one with the Philippine government urging all its trainees to stay home in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 which the World Health Organization declared as pandemic.
In these trying times, the home is still the best place to be for it is where the heart of the family is because it ensures comfort, safety and security for all its members. But for a home with a math wizard, it is more exciting if he/she is in the “in-house” with MTG at his/her own home through the ONLINE TRAINING!
Therefore, all qualified MTG trainees who want to be in the “in-house” at their own home can easily make their payment through online banking transaction (Transfer Money) to this Account Name: MTG Philippines and MTG Peso Account Number, 2111-0214-68.  On the “NOTE” part, please indicate the following details: Name of student, grade level and mobile number.
Once payment is made and registration is completed, the MTG Philippines will send through email all lessons covering the sessions o…

2020 “in-house” goes on as scheduled via ONLINE TRAINING

Amidst the COVID-19 spread which the World Health Organization has elevated to a global pandemic and with the increasing number of suspected and confirmed corona virus cases in the Philippines which prompted Malacañang to impose the NCR lockdown under Code Red Sublevel 2, the MTG Philippines would like to inform everyone that the 2020 “In-House” will still go on BUT via ONLINE TRAINING ONLY viewable at a certain designated site on a specific time. The MTG Philippines will only conduct one (1) batch of online training which is scheduled on April 5 – 8, 2020.  Registration is still ongoing until Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
Interested qualified participants of the 2020 YMIITP must complete the registration procedures available at these links,
A.     Youngster Group (Grades 1 and 2):
http://www.mtgphil.org/index.php?mod=events&year=2020&id=1238
B.     Trainees from Grades 3 to 12:
http://www.mtgphil.org/index.php?mod=events&year=2020&id=1237 Note: Please disregard other remind…

Filipino mathletes win 19 medals in Singapore

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The Filipino math wizards brought home a total of 19 medals from the 14th Asian Finals of the World Math Fusion Olympiad held at Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), Singapore on February 2, 2020.
The Philippines won two (2) gold medals courtesy of Arthur Caleb Co, Grade 9, from Philippine Science High School- Central Luzon Campus and Bert Jacob Tropicales, Grade 8, from Philippine Science High School- Main Campus.
Giving the country the gleam of their victory were the following silver medalists: John Paul Ceniza Tee, Grade 9, Ateneo De Manila Junior High School; John Iain Iñigo Aguada, Grade 4, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School; Samantha Isabelle Bondoc, Grade 3, Jesus Is Lord Colleges Foundation; Ciara Kelzie Gudoy, Grade 4, Miriam College – QC; Giorgio Othello Gumban, Grade 6, Rose Vale School; and Lorraine Joy Calica, Grade 9, University of Santo Tomas Junior High School.
The team Philippines also hooked 11 bronze medals which were credited to the following mathletes: Wackiene Ga…

Pinoy Mathletes Victorious in Australia

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by Audrey Lim Tan
Gold Coast, AUSTRALIA – Amidst the warnings of bushfires in Australia, 57 students trooped to the land down under and brought home 4 Gold medals, 7 Silver Medals, 19 Bronze Medals and 27 Merit Awards during the 2020 Southeast Asian Mathematical Olympiad Extended Round (SEAMO X).
Now on its 2nd year of holding international rounds, SEAMO X is the extension or final round of the SEAMO (South East Asian Mathematical Olympiad) which was held in 18 countries around the world on September 2019.Medalists of the SEAMO 2019 competition were then invited to join the extended round held Gold Coast, Australia from January 17 to 20, 2020.
The competition took place at Dreamworld Convention Hall where 600 students from 10 countries namely Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Australia, and the Philippines were welcomed by SEAMO Co-Founder and Chief Examiner Mr. Terry Chew (Singapore), and SEAMO Executive Director, Mr. Roy Lo (Indonesia).
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Briefing of SEAMO X at Manila Grand Opera Hotel

Please be informed that the orientation for the participants and delegates of SEAMO X  will be at VIP Hall, Manila Grand Opera Hotel, 925 Doroteo Jose St, Santa Cruz, Manila from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
In this orientation, plane tickets will be distributed to registered members of the Philippine delegations of SEAMO X.
Therefore, all participants and delegates MUST submit all their ORIGINAL initial/down payment/ full-payment and travel tax payment deposit slips to Fare Options Travel Services.

WMO is at Singapore

The 2020 WMO will be at Singapore on February 1-3, 2020. The contest is open to Grades 3 to 9 students.
Interested students who attended the 2019 MOSTP may send your intention to join through email with subject header "I will join WMO 2020" at [email protected] on or before January 5, 2020.
Once confirmed, complete details of the contest and other requirements will be sent to you on or before January 5, 2020.