Mathathon is a math challenge in which contestants solve math problems with varying levels of difficulty.
Math challenges will help in the development of the following skills among students
Through classroom resources, and other math sources, Mathathon, a friendly competition, helps students by giving them a means to practice mathematics. The challenge positively impacts the analytical skills needed for future competitive exams and careers with mathematical orientation.
For online contests, the detailed rules and guidelines will be shared after registration.
The 3 groups based on the grade level are as below.
Our competitions are meant to promote academic excellence and recognize students for their talent and hard work. During our competitions, there will be pictures and videos taken which may be posted on our website. Students are requested to turn in a photo / video release consent form at the time of onsite check-in on the day of the competition.
Students should bring pencils, pens, and erasers to the test. Calculators are not allowed during the competition.
You may either bring a printed or mobile copy of the registration ticket. During onsite check-in, photo / video consent form has to be submitted prior to the competition.
Parents will not be allowed in the room during the test. Parents are requested to pick up their children as soon as the students complete the test and attend the award ceremony after the test.
Mathathon's questions will be tailored to the grade level and category of the students, with some extra challenging questions. The objective of this test/exam is to give students exposure to types of problems that they wouldn't normally encounter in a classroom setting.
Mathathon preliminaries will be a written test. Top Mathletes from the preliminaries for each of the categories/levels will be invited to compete in the grand finals. The grand finals will consist of oral rounds.
The exam/test will consist of both multiple choice and short answer/word problem based questions.
Following are some sources that may be used for preparation.
For level 3 category (grades 6, 7, 8) the following sources may also be used for preparation.
Overall time for the test will be 60 minutes of which 15 minutes are allocated for seating and explanation of rules.
The schedule for Mathathon includes onsite check-in, seating of students, explanation of rules, followed by exam/test, evaluation of answers, and award ceremony.
The overall duration of 2.5 hours includes onsite check-in, seating of students, explanation of rules, exam, evaluation of answers, and award ceremony.
Soon after the test/exam, the answers will be evaluated and the winners will be announced during the award ceremony.
The champion of Mathathon of a particular category cannot participate in the same category again, however, the student can participate in the higher-level categories. For example, the champion of Level 1 Mathathon cannot participate in the Level 1 Mathathon again, but can participate in the Level 2 category. Also, a student who has participated in Level 2 or Level 3 category, is not eligible to participate in the Level 1 category of Mathathon.
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|Sl. No.||Full name of student||Grade|
|6||Akshay Datta Kolluru||2|
|7||Allen John Sumesh||1|
|25||Panav V. Sud||3|
|39||Yashas Chandra Sai||2|
|Sl. No.||Full name of student||Grade|
|7||Darshan Senthil kumar||5|
|17||Seran S Mathivanan||5|
|18||Shashank Varma Pericherla||5|
|Sl. No.||Full name of student||Grade|
|11||Tanvi V. Sud||7|
Congratulations to all the grand finalists of the WishWin Mathathon National Online Championship on a great performance. The winners were determined after many close contests. Provided below are the National Champion, National First Runner-up, and National Second Runner-up for the three levels.
|Aadish Tejas||3||Frisco||TX||National Mathathon Champion|
|Sanskrit Jaiswal||3||Plano||TX||First Runner-up|
|Jiya Bhavsar||2||Prairie Village||KS||Second Runner-up|
|Aryan Padarthi||5||Allen||TX||National Mathathon Champion|
|Bruhat Soma||4||Tampa||FL||First Runner-up|
|Ahdav Vijay||4||Katy||TX||Second Runner-up|
|Abhinav Bhagavan||7||Plano||TX||National Mathathon Champion|
|Cody Cheng||8||Syosset||NY||First Runner-up|
|Akshainie kamma||7||Round Rock||TX||Second Runner-up|
Congratulations to all the students who participatedin WishWin’s Mathathon 2020 Online National Championship.
The top 12 national ranks are provided below. These students will advance to the grand finals in January 2021.
|Aadish Tejas||3||Frisco||TX||WM1 # 063||1|
|Sanskrit Jaiswal||3||Plano||TX||WM1 # 065||2|
|Jiya Bhavsar||2||Prairie Village||KS||WM1 # 005||3|
|Rushil Kelapure||3||Shrewsbury||MA||WM1 # 067||4|
|Samuel Harmon||2||Helena||MT||WM1 # 033||5|
|Alexander Bui||3||Carrollton||TX||WM1 # 050||6|
|Siddharth Praveen||3||Irving||TX||WM1 # 054||7|
|James Visootsak||3||Livingston||NJ||WM1 # 018||8|
|William Fuller||3||Broken Arrow||OK||WM1 # 009||9|
|Dhruva Cheeti||3||Frisco||TX||WM1 # 027||10|
|Adarsh Venkannagari||1||Acton||MA||WM1 # 044||11|
|Anish Agrawal||2||Edison||NJ||WM1 # 022||12|
|Ahdav Vijay||4||Katy||TX||WM2 # 119||1|
|Eesha Vanamala||5||Morris Plains||NJ||WM2 # 138||2|
|Bruhat Soma||4||Tampa||FL||WM2 # 104||3|
|Nihar Dodla||4||Trophy Club||TX||WM2 # 101||4|
|Aryan Padarthi||5||Allen||TX||WM2 # 144||5|
|Edith Fuller||4||Broken Arrow||OK||WM2 # 107||6|
|Divya jaganathan||5||Cedar park||TX||WM2 # 132||7|
|Suhreeth Ayitha||5||Plainsboro||NJ||WM2 # 105||8|
|Anushka Ayyappan||4||Westborough||MA||WM2 # 146||9|
|Advait Ajay||4||Beaverton||OR||WM2 # 147||10|
|Srijan Karthik||5||Allen||TX||WM2 # 128||11|
|Amogh Barath||4||Allen||TX||WM2 # 129||12|
|Abhinav Bhagavan||7||Plano||TX||WM3 # 213||1|
|Akshainie kamma||7||Round Rock||TX||WM3 # 223||2|
|Cody Cheng||8||Syosset||NY||WM3 # 214||3|
|Anjali Prasad||7||Carmel||IN||WM3 # 207||4|
|Immanuel Goveas||8||Menomonee falls||WI||WM3 # 220||5|
|Kanishk Yankarla||8||Odessa||TX||WM3 # 204||6|
|Vidyuth Srinivasan||6||Plano||TX||WM3 # 222||7|
|Quinn Meadows||8||Bradley||IL||WM3 # 206||8|
|Aadhavan Veerendra||6||Portsmouth||NH||WM3 # 210||9|
|Ethan Alapatt||8||Fremont||CA||WM3 # 216||10|
|Bhargav Harihar||8||McKinney||TX||WM3 # 203||11|
Mathathon 2019 contest set an unprecedented record with 7 students securing a perfect score. All the 7 students were declared Mathathon Champions.
In the Level 1 category, we had 3 students with perfect score and were declared co-champions.
Similarly in the Level 3 category, we had 3 students with perfect score and were declared co-champions.
|Rohit Raja||3||Irving||Mathathon 2019 Level 1 Co-champion|
|Sanskrit Jaiswal||2||Plano||Mathathon 2019 Level 1 Co-champion|
|Ahdav Vijay||3||Houston||Mathathon 2019 Level 1 Co-champion|
|Devansh Singh||2||Frisco||First Runner-up|
|Aadish Tejas Shah||2||Plano||Second Runner-up|
|Granth Arun Kumar||3||Flower Mound||5|
|Taneesh Sankuratri, Yashica Singh||3||Frisco,
|Ayush Raghav Padarthi||1||Allen||9|
|Advik Kishore||5||Argyle||Mathathon 2019 Level 2 Champion|
|Shourya vyas||5||Garland||First Runner-up|
|Aryan Padarthi||4||Allen||Second Runner-up|
|Abhinav Bhagavan||6||Plano||Mathathon 2019 Level 3 Champion|
|Akshainie Kamma||6||Austin||Mathathon 2019 Level 3 Champion|
|Yahya Saleem||7||Irving||Mathathon 2019 Level 3 Champion|
|Sahana Naharaajan||7||Plano||First Runner-up|
|Krish Goudar||6||Irving||Second Runner-up|
Students performed exceptionally well.
Mathathon 2018 Top Ranks are provided here:
|Aditya Kalisetty||Mathathon 2018 Level 1 Champion|
|Medha R Engala||2nd Rank|
|Vivinsha Veduru||3rd Rank|
|Calvin Jiang||4th Rank|
|Sriya Gomatam||5th Rank|
|Anirudh Hariharan||6th Rank|
|Santhosh Sai Kavula||7th Rank|
|Aditya Bhatia||8th Rank|
|Harshad Karthikeyan||9th Rank|
|Jayden Joshy||10th Rank|
|Abhinav Bhagwan||Mathathon 2018 Level 2 Champion|
|Advik Kishore||2nd Rank|
|Lakshya Meiyappan||3rd Rank|
|Darsh Chauhan||4th Rank|
|Suprasada Jagadeeshi||5th Rank|
|Abhijay Patchala||6th Ranks|
|Vidyuth Srinivasan||7th Rank|
|Shourya Vyas||8th Rank|
|Darsh Zibbu||9th Rank|
|Shashank Pericherla||10th Rank|
|Shriya Bhat||Mathathon 2018 Level 3 Champion:|
|Nikita Agarwal||2nd Rank|
|Aryan Reddy||3rd Rank|
|Pranav Puttagunta||4th Rank|
|Neha Chelamkuri||5th Rank|
|Riya Girish||6th Rank|
|Sayooj Dinesan||7th Rank|
|Sahana Naharaajan||8th Rank|
|Aarav Kansupada||9th Rank|
|Saksham Agarwal||10th Rank|
Students performed exceptionally well. Level 2 and Level 3 Mathathon Champions secured a perfect score.
|Advik Kishore||Mathathon 2017 Level 1 Champion|
|Shruthika Subramanian||2nd Rank|
|Ajay Aravanan||3rd Rank|
|Vivinsha Veduru||4th Rank|
|Nikita Bhasin||5th Rank|
|Panav Sud, Rushil Damluri, Nihal||6 – 8 Ranks|
|Rishab Srivatsan, Sandhya||9 – 10 Ranks|
|Saharsh Bejugam||Mathathon 2017 Level 2 Champion|
|Sahana Naharaajan||2nd Rank|
|Mananya Guptha||3rd Rank|
|Dhruv Ajmera||4th Rank|
|Meher Jammalamada||5th Rank|
|Lakshmi Vemula, Saksham Agarwal||6 – 7 Ranks|
|Tanish Mishra||8th Rank|
|Anahita Poongundran||9th Rank|
|Aryan Bachu||10th Rank|
|Nairit Sarkar||Mathathon 2017 Level 3 Champion:|
|Shriya Bhat||2nd Rank|
|Karthik Nemmani||3rd Rank|
|Tanvi Sud||4th Rank|
|Rithi Nayano||6th Rank|
|Vinay Devarakonda||7th Rank|
|Sri Harini||8th Rank|
|Pranavsankkar Ravishankkar||9th Rank|