15th NTIC Mathematics Competition Results 2023
The 15th annual National Teaching and Innovation in Mathematics (NTIC) Competition took place from 20th to 22nd of August and brought together the best young mathematicians from all over the country.
The winners of this year’s NTIC Mathematics Competition are:
- 1st Place – John Smith, from Pittsburgh Grammar School
- 2nd Place – Jane Doe, from King’s College High
- 3rd Place – Max Miller, from Posen Valley Academy
Many students achieved great results in this year’s competition and special recognition goes to the following:
- Kylie Adams – who achieved the highest score in the individual category
- Asian High School – who got the highest collective score as a school
- Tomothy Johnson – who was the youngest entrant to the competition
The 15th NTIC Mathematics Competition was an outstanding success story. All the competitors did a great job, working hard to demonstrate their math skills and problem-solving abilities.
We congratulate all the winners and participants and look forward to seeing them compete in the next NTIC Mathematics Competition. The 15th annual National Mathematics Competition has recently concluded, and the results are in! The National Technical Institute of Competency in Mathematics (NTIC mathematics competition) was held from April 15th to April 19th, 2023.
The competition was open to students of all grades with an interest in mathematics. Over 10,000 students from all over the country participated in the competition and competed to win the grand prize of 1,000 dollars and the title of NTIC Mathematics Champion.
The competition is divided into three categories: middle school, high school and college. Each category was judged on three criteria: problem-solving abilities, speed and accuracy. After five days of intense competition, the NTIC Mathematics Competition crowned its three champions.
Ahmed from Missouri won the middle school division with a perfect score in all three categories. Katrina from Michigan won the high school division with a near-perfect score in all three categories. Finally, Maria from Arizona was crowned the college division winner with a perfect score in all three categories.
The winners were presented with their awards and were each given 1,000 dollars. The second and third place finishers in each division were also awarded prizes and recognition.
The NTIC Mathematics Competition is the largest and most prestigious national math competition in the country. In addition to its grand prizes, each winner also receives recognition amongst their peers and the mathematics community at large. Congratulations to the winners and all of the participants!