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2018 ALOHA's National Math Challenge

ALOHA has awarded over $40,000 to 17 winners in the 2nd Annual National Math Challenge that ended on May 12, 2018. This year’s competition was open to all students grades 1-6 nationally; over 1300 students participated this spring in three categories.  10% qualified for the semi-finals within each category (Pre-junior, Junior and Senior). In total there were 32 finalists including 10 Pre-junior, 10 Junior, 12 Senior (due to tie breaker).

2018 ALOHA National Math Challenge Featuring Over $40,000 in Total Prizes

Preliminary test round begins March 10, 2018.

National Math Challenge 2018 Gallery

Over 1300 students participated in the 2nd Annual National Math Challenge conducted by ALOHA.

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National Math Challenge 2018 Winners

Age Groups & Prizes

Pre-Junior

Ages 6-7, Grades 1-2

1st Prize: $5,000 -Arush Krisp

2nd Prize: $2,000 -Daniel Lutz

3rd Prize: $1,000 -Yash Jaju

4th Prize: $750 -Tanush Choudhary

5th Prize: $500 -Sarvesh Amatya

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Junior

Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4

1st Prize: $7,500 -Abhinav Bhagavan

2nd Prize: $3,000 -Christopher Wang

3rd Prize: $1,500 -Abhi Kotari

Tied for 4th Prize: $583 -Arav Atre

Tied for 4th Prize: $583 -Avani Anand

Tied for 4th Prize: $583 -Sriswaroop Koundinya

Senior

Ages 10-11, Grades 5-6

Tied for 1st Prize: $5,484 -Harsh Akunuri

Tied for 1st Prize: $5,484 -Timothy Mathew

2nd Prize: $3,636 -Ronak Ramesh

Tied for 3rd Prize: $1,818 -Saharsh Bejugam

Tied for 3rd Prize: $1,818 -Anish Dara

Tied for 3rd Prize: $1,818 -Aditya Vadakattu

Age Groups & Prizes

The 2018 Challenge features separate categories with 5 cash prizes in each. Each student will compete within their age group across three rounds of testing.

Pre-Junior

Ages 6-7, Grades 1-2

1st Prize: $5,000

2nd Prize: $2,000

3rd Prize: $1,000

4th Prize: $750

5th Prize: $500

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Junior

Ages 8-9, Grades 3-4

1st Prize: $7,500

2nd Prize: $3,000

3rd Prize: $1,500

4th Prize: $1,000

5th Prize: $750

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Senior

Ages 10-11, Grades 5-6

1st Prize: $10,000

2nd Prize: $5,000

3rd Prize: $2,500

4th Prize: $1,500

5th Prize: $1,000

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Competition Details

Registration Fees

For ALOHA Students: $45

For non-ALOHA Members: $60

Schedule

Preliminary test – Sat, Mar 10

Semifinals – Sat, Apr 14

Finals – Sat, May 12

Curriculum & Format

Children will be tested based on their grade level and will involve competitive math type questions.

Preliminary test duration: 45 minutes (35 questions)

* Beginning Feb 10th, we will add weekly questions for each category for you to solve until preliminary test begins! Come back and visit us on Feb 10th.

Registration Fees

For ALOHA Students: $45

For non-ALOHA Members: $60

Schedule

Preliminary test – Sat, Mar 10

Semifinals – Sat, Apr 14

Finals – Sat, May 12

Curriculum & Format

Children will be tested based on their grade level and will involve competitive math type questions.

Preliminary test duration: 45 minutes (35 questions)

* Beginning Feb 10th, we will add weekly questions for each category for you to solve until preliminary test begins! Come back and visit us on Feb 10th.

National Math Challenge 2017 Winners

Over 1,100 children competed in two categories – Junior: K through 2nd grade (max age 8); and Senior: 3rd through 6th grade (max age 12). There were three rounds of the competition (preliminary – March 2017, semi-finals April 2017, and finals in May 2017) with age-appropriate math problems and general analytic based questions in multiple choice, paper and pencil, format. No calculators were allowed, but students could opt to use an abacus and/or scratch note paper and pencils.

National Math Challenge 2017 Winners

Over 1,100 children competed in two categories – Junior: K through 2nd grade (max age 8); and Senior: 3rd through 6th grade (max age 12). There were three rounds of the competition (preliminary – March 2017, semi-finals April 2017, and finals in May 2017) with age-appropriate math problems and general analytic based questions in multiple choice, paper and pencil, format. No calculators were allowed, but students could opt to use an abacus and/or scratch note paper and pencils.

Senior Category

1st Place, Winner of $10,000
Joshua Tchou: ALOHA Flushing, NY

2nd Place (tie), Winner of $5,000
Sathvik Redrouthu: ALOHA Ashburn, VA

2nd Place (tie), Winner of $5,000
Ronak Ramesh : ALOHA Manchester, CT

Junior Category

1st Place, Winner of $10,000
Avani Anand: ALOHA Marlboro, NJ

2nd Place, Winner of $5,000
Varyan Jain: ALOHA Cary, NC

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3rd Place, Winner of $3,000
Micah Khanna: ALOHA Cerritos, CA

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