# Johns Hopkins Math Tournament Supported by Johns Hopkins Math

# Tournament | 21 years' history | Popular math challenge among famous

### American high schools and middle schools | Creative mathematical thinking and advanced

### mathematical logic | Various and interesting rules of the challenge,

### emphasizing the flexibility, fun and teamwork

# Introduction

**Johns Hopkins University**founded in 1876, is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. The university was named for its first benefactor, the American entrepreneur, abolitionist, and philanthropist Johns Hopkins, who was a founding member of the American Association of Universities (AAU). The Johns Hopkins Math Tournament (JHMT) is an annual math competition open to area high school and middle schools. It aims to stimulate the fun of mathematics learning for participants and enable them to experience the essence of the latest mathematical research.

**Johns Hopkins University**founded in 1876, is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. The university was named for its first benefactor, the American entrepreneur, abolitionist, and philanthropist Johns Hopkins, who was a founding member of the American Association of Universities (AAU).

The Johns Hopkins Math Tournament (JHMT) is an annual math competition open to area high school and middle schools. It aims to stimulate the fun of mathematics learning for participants and enable them to experience the essence of the latest mathematical research.

# Rules

**○ Deadline**

- 22 April, 2022

**○ Language**

- High School: English
- Middle School: English/Chinese

**○ Date**

- 1 May, 2022

**○ Location**

- Online (Requires computer and mobile device equipped with camera)

**○ Participation**

- High School: High school students, 4 people per team
- Middle School: Middle school students, 4 people per team

**○ High School Contest**

- Round 1: Team round. Proof based questions, 90 mins.
- Round 2: Team round. Proof based questions, 90 mins.
- Round 3: Individual round. Short answer questions, 60 mins.
- Round 4: Individual round. Short answer questions, 60 mins.
- Individual round consists of 5 subjects: General Test, Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Probability. Choose 2 subjects to complete.

**○ Middle School Contest**

- Round 1: Team round. Proof based questions, 90 mins.
- Round 2: Team round. Proof based questions, 90 mins.
- Round 3: Individual round. Short answer questions, 60 mins.
- Round 4: Individual round. Short answer questions, 60 mins.

# Agenda

Group | Agenda | Time |
---|---|---|

Middle school | Opening | 08:30-09:00 |

Grouping | 09:00-09:20 | |

Team Round | 09:20-12:20 | |

Break | 12:20-13:30 | |

Individual Round | 13:30-15:30 | |

High School | Opening | 08:30-09:00 |

Grouping | 09:00-09:20 | |

Team Round | 09:20-12:20 | |

Break | 12:20-13:30 | |

Individual Round | 13:30-15:30 |

# Awards

Individual Award

- TOP10

Team Award

- TOP3

Individual Award

- Gold: 10%
- Silver: 20%
- Bronze: 30%
- Honorable Award: 50%

Team Award

- Gold: 10%
- Silver: 20%
- Bronze: 30%
- Honorable Award: 50%

#### 3000RMB/std

National Gold

#### 2000RMB/std

National Silver

#### 1000RMB/std

National Bronze

Noted：The ASDAN Scholarship is only available to Year 10, 11 and 12 students for participating ASDAN Extended Project Qualification(EPQ). EPQ is recommended by the G5 group and many leading universities as a competitive academic experience. Scholarships cannot be exchanged for cash. For further details see:http://www.seedasdan.org/epq/。

# Tournament Committee

### Randy Kuang

### Brain Wen

### Sungwon Kim

### Jim Sherwood

### Jason

### Eric Cochran

### Elvin Meng

**Elvin Meng**Johns Hopkins University Mathematics

**Brain Wen**Johns Hopkins University Mathematics and Physics

**Jim Sherwood**Johns Hopkins University Mathematics and Applied Mathematics/Statistics

**Sungwon Kim**Johns Hopkins University Computer Science

**Jason**Johns Hopkins University Mathematics and Physics

**Eric Cochran**Johns Hopkins University Mathematics and Computer Science

**Randy Kuang**Chair of The Johns Hopkins Math Tournament Committee

# FAQ

If, for some reason, the student is unable to attend after paying the fee, please contact us. If you apply before the registration deadline, 25% of the registration fee will be deducted as academic materials and service fees. If you apply after the registration deadline, no refund will be given.