Albany State Annual Math Tournament
Welcome to the official site of the Albany State Annual Math Tournament!
The ASU Math Tournament is an annual competition sponsored by the Department of
Mathematics, Computer Science & Physics and Albany State University, a division of the State
University of Georgia.
This competition is an annual mathematics contest for Georgia high school students,
and public. Students in all grade levels at the invited high schools may participate. We invite all
schools that have previously participated and are accepting new schools to join the fun. Team
sponsors may contact Willtresca Streeter via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request being added
to our invitational mailing list.
Registration Deadlines and Competition Dates
- Registration Deadline: January 12, 2024
- Competition Date: February 2, 2024
Online Registration Form
To register for the contest please fill out the online registration form found below:
The written examination will consist of multiple-choice questions covering the areas
geometry, trigonometry, and a small sampling of questions identified with the areas of probability
statistics, logic, and puzzle problems. Designated teams from each school will take the 90-minute
written examination. Calculators may be used during the written test and ciphering match.
Four members from each school will participate in the ciphering rounds. These four
students may be
selected at any time prior to the beginning of the match. The four students who cipher are not
required to be the same four whose scores constitute the team’s written score. The ciphering match
requires participants to solve problems in a race against time. Members of each team will cipher in pairs. The ciphering match will consist of ten questions. Each ciphering question will have a time limit of two minutes.
A total of 800 team points are statistically possible overall; 400 points on the written
examination and 400 points in the ciphering match. Trophies will be awarded to the three teams with
1st, 2nd, and 3rd highest scores. Trophies will also be awarded to the three individuals on the
written exam with the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd highest scores.Additionally, trophies will be awarded to the individual with the highest score on the written exam at each school.
To view Albany State University Mathematic Tournament Rules, click here.