Three hundred grades one and two trainees in the youngster group succeeded the rigors of the 4-day training during the 2017 Young Mathematicians In-house Intensive Training Program (YMIITP) which were held in three batches and venues.
The challengers, the identity given to them for their remarkable performance in the YMIITP, have been placed under the tutelage of the Mathematics Development Academy of the Philippines (MathDAP)and have been invited to participate in the International Mathematics Wizards Challenge (IMWiC) in Xiamen, China on May 19 – 23, 2017.
This year, the IMWiC is the only contest which the MathDAP challengers in the youngster group can join since there is no other competition that has been organized for them.
The following are the lists of MathDAP challengers from the three batches:
The heat is on for math competition making the Filipino mathletes to brace themselves as they go for gold in the forthcoming 2018 Asia International Mathematical Olympiad which will be held in Bangkok, Thailand on August 3 – 7, 2018.
This year, more than three hundred math wizards, armed to the teeth, will meet their equals head-on. The MathDAP upon the recommendation of the committee on training and development will field around 270 students in the elementary and junior/senior high school divisions respectively.
It is expected that large participants will also come from the usual participating countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China, India, Thailand, Taiwan, Korea and Malaysia.
The prospective participants must send their confirmation of participation (indicating among others the name and passport details) with the following subject header, not later than Friday, June 22, 2018 to the following correct email address: Grade Level / Subject Header / Emai…
The Filipino math wizards harvested a total of 294 medals in the 2017 Southeast Asia Mathematics Olympiad (SEAMO) conducted at various MTG centers in the Philippines onDecember 16, 2018. From almost a thousand participants who competed in the SEAMO 2017 from the Philippines, an astounding 58 gold, 89 silver, and 147 bronze medals had been harvested by our country’s finest in mathematics.
In all, the SEAMO 2017 attracted more than 15,000 participants from Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, and the Philippines. No less thanMr. Roy Lo, SEAMO Executive Director andMr. Terry Chew, SEAMO Associate Executive Director will confer the medals to the winners from the Philippines at Philadelphia High School located at 126 Talayan Rd, San Francisco del Monte, Quezon City on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Please click this link to view the complete list of SEAMO 2017 winners from the Philippines.
The Mathematics Development Academy of the Philippines (MATHDAP), will conduct the 2018 Southeast Asian Mathematical Olympiad (SEAMO) on September 15, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. in different MTG Training Centers in the country. The official participants are requested to bring the original deposit slip on the day of the exams. Likewise, participants must wear their school uniforms and ID’s. Bringing of mobile phones, pagers and other personal electronic devices are strictly prohibited in the contest. Please click on the link below for the names of participants and venues of the 2018 SEAMO with their corresponding Contest Paper to be taken during the competition. If names of registered participants have been inadvertently missed out, please email at [email protected] 2018 SEAMO official list