California Math League Virtual Contest - April 15, 2022
Fremont Unified Student Store (FUSS) is pleased to offer the California Math League (CAML) virtual contest to FUSD students. CAML is part of the Math League . Over 1 million students take part in Math League competitions each year. These contests are open to all students.
The CAML contests offer challenging math problems that cover the math curriculum in grades 4 and 5. Any student in grade 4 or below can take the grade 4 contest. Any student in grade 5 or below can take the grade 5 contest. There is also an Algebra 1 contest that any student can take.
Each contest consists of 30 multiple-choice questions that you can do in 30 minutes. On each 3-page contest, the questions on the 1st page are generally straightforward, those on the 2nd page are moderate in difficulty, and those on the 3rd page are more difficult.
The following schools offer the CAML contest, either through the school or through the school's math club. If your child attends one of these schools, you cannot take the contest with FUSS. It is the same contest for everyone. The one offered at school is usually free, too.
If you have problems taking the contest at your school, please contact Robert Hou at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for the April 15, 2022 date will close on Sunday, April 10, 2022, at midnight. The contest will cost $9.99. Payment will not be refunded if you do not show up for the contest.
The contest is 30 minutes.
Students may sign in for the 4th grade contest starting at 6:30 pm. The contest will be done at 7:30 pm.
Students may sign in for the 5th grade contest starting at 7:30 pm. The contest will be done at 8:30 pm.
Students may sign in for the Algebra 1 contest starting at 6:30 pm. The contest will be done at 7:30 pm.
Results will be emailed to the email address that you registered. It will take about a month to email the results to you.
Students may use calculators without QWERTY keyboards. No graph paper, compasses, straight edges, rulers, printed mathematical tables, or other devices shall be allowed.
The contest will take place online.
For more information about the CAML math contests, please take a look at their website, www.mathleague.com.