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Pakistan’s Largest Free Online Math Challenge has been organized by Team Mathletics with an objective of letting the students explore and learn through funfilled, engaging and interactive features of the World's number one online maths resource. Schools from across Pakistan were invited to represent their school in this exciting online maths competition. Aiming to dilute
Once your school is on the registration list, you are registered to compete in the California Catholic Math Bowl! If you see your school name below but do not have student login cards yet, please click one of the links below, complete the form with student names and email back to email@example.com. Click below to download
Students and teachers from the Guteng province are invited to represent their school in this FREE and FUN online maths competition. The Gauteng Maths Challenge will see Year 10 and 11 students compete in live, multi-player challenges. What’s more, students will be challenged with self-paced adaptive curriculum questions – all using the Mathletics platform.
We wanted to share this great photo of these happy students from Xplanter Private School with their Mathletics certificates which they achieved during the week of the Nigerian Maths Challenge 2014. It's not hard to see why Xplanter Private School was also the winning school of the Challenge.
A huge congratulations to all the students and schools who competed in the Nigerian Maths Challenge 2014. The schools and students who have won prizes are listed below. Top 3 Schools Xplanter Private School American International School Abuja Grace Schools Top 3 Students Ayomide Adebanjo - Year 9 - Xplanter Private School Fawaz Ajibade
Attention school students of Nigeria! You have 3 days left accumulate points for you and your school in the Nigerian Maths Challenge 2014. So what are you waiting for? Go to www.mathletics.com and get competing now!
Attention students and staff of Nigeria! The Warm Up period for the Nigerian Maths Challenge has been extended for another week! This means that official competition for the Nigeriena Maths Challenge will now take place from Monday 24 November to Sunday 30 November 2014. Students and teachers are encouraged to use the additional week of
Students of Nigeria, now is the time to start practising ahead of next week's inaugural Nigerian Maths Challenge! 10 - 17 November is the warm up period for the Challenge, during this week students are encouraged to log into Mathletics and become familiar with the ins and outs of the program. As of next week,
We wish to advise that the Nigerian Maths Challenge has been rescheduled and official competition will now take place from Monday 17 November to Sunday 23 November 2014. Warm Up will now take place from 10 - 17 November 2014. The Mathletics team are looking forward to the school students of Nigeria uniting in numbers!
School students and teachers from Nigeria are invited to represent their school and be involved in this fun online maths competition, taking place from 10 - 16 November 2014. This event is open to all schools throughout Nigeria. Students will compete in live, multi-player maths challenges on numeracy facts and also are challenged in
· Go for accuracy over speed · Start early in the day · Encourage students to try their bonus level in Live Mathletics for double points · 'Are You Ready?' and Tests earn 20 points per correct answer · Don't forget to take a break!
Naidoc Week celebrations are in full swing at the moment and this means that we are only a few days away from Warm Up opening for the Dreaming Big Maths Challenge. So what does this mean? Very simply, those schools who have registered for the Challenge and been given usernames and passwords, will be able
A big congratulations to one of our most recent winners of the Mathlete of the Week trophy, this time in Pakistan! Well done to Subhah M A, a student of Class VI at National Grammar School in Lahore. She was recently presented this award at a school assembly as pictured above. It is great to
St Laurence's Catholic School based in Western Regional city of Dubbo recently received a personal visit from former Dubbo resident Peter Walters, now CEO of 3P Learning USA, to award their weekly Mathletes. Mr Walters who is based in the 3P Learning New York City office attended St Laurence school wide assembly to celebrate