Tournament of Towns in Toronto
Math Club

Math Clubs are intended for students who already develop interest for mathematics. These are students who excel in mathematics in schools, who are in top percentage in Mathematical multiple choice competitions. However ability to think quickly does not mean to think deeply. This is why many students with talent for mathematics often find themselves lost in problems proposed on Tournament of Towns and the other high ranked Math Olympiads: it takes intellectual efforts even to grasp what problem is about. As result, some students get frustrated.

The main purpose of Math Clubs is to provide the smooth transmission to the next level of mastering mathematics, to develop new skills, to give the participants methods and knowledge how to deal with Olympiad kind of problems. Work in Math Clubs takes considerable efforts and determination from participants. However, noticeable difference will be seen in one-two years.

Math Clubs for the Tournament of Towns and the Math Kangaroo participants +continue its work.

  • Basics (grades 7—8)
  • Advanced (grades 9 and up)
Instructors: Artem Dudko, Konstantin Matveev and Alexander Remorov, students of Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto, medalists of International Mathematical Olympiad, participants of the Summer Conference Tournament of Towns.

Info on Math Club Schedule is sent to all who signed.


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