WMTC (World Mathematics Team Competition) | Taiwan Math/Science Circle

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Rules

  • All mobile phones must be off and put away from sight.

  • All calculators must be put away from sight.

  • No cameras are allowed in the examination area except for our official photographer.

  • No talking during Individual and Relay Rounds.

  • No passing papers around during the Individual Rounds.

  • Answers to problems in Individual Round 1 must be Choice A, B, C, D, or E. Correct answer is given 2 points. Wrong answer is 0 point. Blank answer is given 1/2 point. More than one choice marked is considered wrong.

  • Answers to problems in Individual Round 2 must be 5 digits positive natural numbers. For example, the answer of 245 must be placed on answer sheet as "00245". Correct answer is given 5 points. Wrong or blank answer is 0 point.

  • Answers to problems in Team Round must be 5 digits positive natural numbers. See above for answer formats. Correct answer is given 5 points. Wrong or blank answer is 0 point.

  • During Relay Rounds, only single numeric answer is allowed to write on answer paper and passes to 2nd person. Multiple passing of papers is allowed.

  • If there is only student present in a subgroup of a Relay team, then the second question will be given to that student to solve and this student will turn in answers just like other second person on a subgroup.

  • Proctors may not leave the team area where he/she is proctoring.

  • Proctors are asked not to answer any technical questions. In case there are questions about any problems, WMTC staffs will come around to answer them. Proctors will only take care of supplying more scratch papers and pencils, delivering question sheets, and collecting answer sheets.

  • International teams are consisted of "alternate" members from each group. WMTC is responsible to put those members together to form "International Teams" based on factors such as communication skills. Individual groups are not allowed to form these teams by themselves. Each international team can only be formed with 2 or 3 regions.