Waterloo Math Contest Training
Contest Introduction： Waterloo Math Contest is a full scale math contest covering grade 7 to 12. It was organized by the Canadian Education Center for Mathematics and Computer (CEMC), which established by Department of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. This contest began in 1963, and up till now it has 56 years. The Euclid Contest is organized by CEMC and held every year in April. The target students are in Grade 12. The top 25% students will receive a certificate issued by CEMC. The results of the contest are important indicators for university admission, especially for science, engineering, computer science, and business for top universities, such as University of Waterloo and University of Toronto.
Entry Requirements: Grade 9 to Grade 12 students who has a high performance in math; students have already applied or plan to apply top or hot science majors in Waterloo or other outstanding universities
Type of Class: Small sized class with 3 to 5 students.
Course Introduction: OIA math contest tutors will break through each testing key points and summarize knowledge points to help students improve their problem-solving skills and accuracy. The training courses combines a large number of real test questions with exclusive handouts, which help students adapt to the contest successfully.