Senior Jeremy Dy participated in the 2015-16 Maryland Math League contests and received perfect scores on each of the six tests taken throughout the year. The math ranged from algebra to geometry to combinatorics to trigonometry and beyond — anything that one could see before precalculus. Jeremy received an almost perfect score on the previous year as well. The questions require considerable creativity and facility with math, especially abstract problem solving.
Each year, over one million students from the U.S. and Canada in Grades 4 through 12 participate in Math League contests. With questions from different areas of mathematics, the goal of the competition is to encourage student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems.
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