View a map of Snow College with markers for key Math Contest locations.

There is a senior division for students in grades 10-12 (2 hours, 40 questions) and
a junior division for students in grades 7-9 (1 hour, 20 questions). If a 9th grade
student desires to compete in the senior division, he or she should register as a
10th-grader.

There are a few questions that will stretch the best students, but there are other
questions that many students will be able to answer. So the questions range in difficulty,
but every student should be able to answer some. We also strive to use questions that
are interesting and educational as well. See past years' tests on this web site.

We respect privacy issues of these students, especially since they are minors, and
we WILL NOT share this information with any source outside the College.

The fee is $8 per student. Either send a single check made out to "Snow College Math
Contest" to

Snow College Cashiers Office

Attn: Math Contest Registration

150 College Ave.

Ephraim, UT 84627

or bring the check on test day.

Include "pay to account**A05290**" on the memo field of the check.

We encourage the school to pay the fee rather than pass the cost on to the students.

Snow College Cashiers Office

Attn: Math Contest Registration

150 College Ave.

Ephraim, UT 84627

or bring the check on test day.

Include "pay to account

We encourage the school to pay the fee rather than pass the cost on to the students.

Just their brains. Bubble sheets, scratch paper, and pencils will be provided.

Just the biological ones inside the students' craniums. No electronic calculators are allowed.

JUNIOR division check-in, registration, and testing will occur at the LDS Stake Center
(80 N 100 E).

While the testing is in progress, the teachers will gather at Founders Hall (4th floor
of Noyes Bldg).

See Map

To view the instruction page for the senior division click here.

To view the instruction page for the junior division click here.

Please mark the desired tour for each student when registering.

If they prefer, students are also able to buy lunch at the Snow College cafeteria
or at various eateries in Ephraim.

Winners typically receive a certificate, a Math Jock T-shirt, and an additional prize (game, book, etc.). In addition, the top three individuals in each subdivision also receive a one-year full tuition scholarship to Snow College.

A team consists of the top five scorers from each school. The team score is the sum of those top five scores. In each subdivision the five members of the winning team and their math instructor each receive a Math Jock T-shirt.

Winners typically receive a certificate, a Math Jock T-shirt, and an additional prize (game, book, etc.).

Everything is generally over by about 2:00pm.

In 2006 the other departments in the Natural Science Division joined in the effort;
they now help with the lunch and lead the departmental tours.

The Junior Division of the test began in 2007.