Registration for the 2018 Duke Math Meet is now closed.
COMPLETING REGISTRATION: Registration for a team is only complete when we have received the correct payment. See payment guidelines below.
GOODIES: We will distribute Duke Math Meet string backpacks to both students and proctors.
TEAMS: Each team is composed of 6 students. Each club may send 2 teams + the number of teams they had in the top 15 last year, with a maximum of 4 teams. The top 15 teams last year were (in rank order): TJA, NCSSM pi, TJB, NC ARML Sub-team, Enloe A, TJD, Columbia Math Circle A, NCSSM i, TJC, Charlotte Math Club, Columbia Math Circle B, Team East Chapel Hill, Columbia Math Circle C, Cary Academy, ITCCC TEAM1
FULL/PARTIAL TEAMS: Teams with 6 members are full teams, while any team with fewer, including individuals, are partial teams. This year, we will have a cap of 40 team slots (240 students) for full teams, and a cap of 5 team slots (30 students) for partial teams and individuals. We will attempt to combine partial teams of compatible sizes to form complete teams, but these complete teams will take up 1 of the 5 partial team slots.
DEADLINE: Registration will remain open until either (1) the team cap (45 teams) is met, or (2) the final date for registration has passed: Noon on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2018.
PROCTORS: If a school is bringing N individuals, they must bring ceiling(N/6) proctors. Ceiling(N/6) is the least integer greater than or equal to N/6. If two partial teams are combined to form a complete team, only one team needs to bring a proctor but both partial teams will still need to pay the proctor fee.
COST/PAYMENT: Registration will cost $20 per individual and $20 per proctor, so $140 per full team. Schools and clubs should use the credit card link in registration or mail a check made out to Duke University:
Mr. Wayne Williamson
Department of Mathematics
Durham, NC 27708
This fee will cover breakfast, Jimmy John’s lunch, and the Duke Math Meet string backpack.
QUESTIONS: If you have any questions, please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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