The paper is 150 minutes in length, and is to be written during the morning of Tuesday, April 15, 2008. It consists of 10 questions, each worth 10, for a total of 100. Questions are divided into answer only and full solution parts. There are no multiple choice questions. Competitors are reminded that marks for the full solution questions are assigned for form and style of presentation, as well as for answers. A poorly presented solution will not receive full marks.
Please note that there are two ways you can register. You can do so via your school or simply as an individual.
Who should register with their school:
A secondary school (CEGEP) student who is still attending school (ask any teacher, a guidance counselor or the principal for help with registering if the Math Department will not register you)
A person who is not attending school but finished high school (CEGEP) in the same school year as when the Contest is being written (go back to your last school)
Who should register as an individual:
A person who currently doesn't attend any high school (CEGEP)
A secondary school (CEGEP) student who is still attending school or finished school in the same year but their school will not register them to the contest (ask any teacher, guidance counselor or principal beforehand)
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