National essay contests for high school students

The mathematics level of the contest problems has been geared so that students in an honors class, in a math club, or on a math team can have a unique problem solving and mathematical writing experience. There is no limit to the size of the team working on each Power Contest problem set, but the time for solving the problem set is limited to 45 minutes. Coaches will receive the contest materials at least one week prior to contest dates and may schedule the contest anytime during the designated week and a half. After completing the contest, student solutions are then mailed back and are graded using a forty point rubric. Trophies are awarded to the top ten scoring teams.

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National essay contests for high school students

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