Noetic Learning Math Contest

02/26/2016 3:36 PM | Anonymous


Calling all Mathletes


Dear Educators, 

It is our great pleasure to invite your students to the 15th semiannual Noetic Learning Math Contesta national problem-solving contest. The goal of the contest is to increase students' interest in mathematics and develop their problem solving skills.  

In the past 7 years, Noetic Learning Math Contest has served hundreds of thousands of  elementary and middle school students nationwide. Look at our growth chart below. We are thrilled to see so many teams getting involved in the contest and eager to work on challenging math questions.  

There is nothing more rewarding than knowing our program is stimulating students interest in math!

Noetic Learning Math Contest Overview: 

For: Students in grades 2 - 8   


  • Contest Date: April 7 - 21, 2016
  • Registration Deadline: March 11, 2016 

Contest Format:

  • Students will solve 20 math problems within 45 minutes.
  • Students will solve the problems individually. No calculators allowed.
  • The contest will be held at your school and will be administered and graded by the registered teachers.


  • Individual Awards:
  • National Honor Roll medals for the top 10% of all participants in each grade.
  • Team Winner medals for the top scorer in each team.
  • Honorable Mention certificates for the top 50% of all participants in each grade.
  • Name recogonition on our website for the top 50% of all participants in each grade.
  • Participation Certificates for all participants.
  • Team Awards:
  • Team Achievement Plaques for the top 10% of teams in each grade. 

To see the winners of our last contest, click  here. 


The Noetic Learning Math Contest Scores Big With Teachers!

  • Works specifically on math problem-solving skills.
  • Helps to increase standardized math test scores.
  • Sends a positive message: It's COOL to be good at math!

What Teachers Are Saying:

"This experience is so good for my students. I love hearing them share various problem solving strategies as we’ve gone back over the test. Thank you for making the contest available!" 
- Ms. Fieleke, Creekmoor Elementary, MO 

"My students loved the contest. My students wanted me to give them more problems the next day." 
- Jennifer M., Cross Creek Elementary, GA 

"Yes, I did enjoy the contest and so did each of the students on the team! The contest was simple to register for and had easy access to the materials needed to administer the test. The medals were amazing! I was so thrilled to hand these out as well. Thank you for putting together this great opportunity for students! " 
- Michelle C., BigHollow School,IL 

Don't miss this exciting opportunity! To register your students, please visit: 


Li Kelty 

Noetic Learning

P.S. Please forward this email to your colleagues who may also be interested.






The ATOMIC Mission is to ensure that every Connecticut student receives world-class education in mathematics by providing vision, leadership and support to the K-16 mathematics community and by providing every teacher of mathematics the opportunity to grow professionally.

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