PRISMS Falcons win the 2nd place in PUMaC

PRISMS Falcons, the math team of our school, participated in Princeton University Mathematics Competition on 16th Nov. In the more than 600 participants, we won the 2nd place in overall team competition of B division. Our math heroes are: Douglas, Joe, Max, William, Ross, Gavin and Hill.

We also obtained the following outstanding awards:

What is PUMaC?

The Princeton University Mathematics Competition (PUMaC) is an annual competition run by the Princeton University Math Club. PUMaC has been put together since 2006 by Math Club volunteers; we are now in our 8th year. In the competition, participants from all over the US and various international teams come to the Princeton University campus and spend the day taking various mathematics assessment tests and having fun. The goals of PUMaC: motivate high school students to both enjoy the study of and foster a love for mathematics, expose these students to the creative thinking and rigorous application of skills necessary for a successful future in mathematics. As a competition, PUMaC hopes to one day be one of the premier high school math competitions in the world.

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