2017 Prove it! Math Academy Application

Instructions

We are currently accepting applications for the 2017 Prove it! Math Academy. To apply, follow these three steps:

  1. Check that you are eligible to apply on the Eligibility page.
  2. Work on the Prove it! Math Academy Admissions Test. Write up your solutions or partial solutions and scan them to a PDF file.1
  3. Fill out the application form below. The form includes a place to upload your solutions to the Admissions Test. After submitting the application, you will receive an e-mail confirmation.

Fields marked with an * are required.


Applicant Information

Enter the grade level that you will be entering in Fall 2017 or "Graduate" if you are graduating in 2017. If you are homeschooled, enter the grade that corresponds best with your age. All participants must be at least 14 years old by July 16, 2017.


Parent/Guardian Information

This information will be used as the child's primary emergency contact as well.


Admissions Test

Please upload a single PDF file containing your clearly labeled solutions or partial solutions to the Admissions Test problems.


Mathematical Background

Please select each of the topics below that you have taken a class on or are otherwise familiar with.

Please select any of the programs or competitions below that you have participated in.

Please briefly provide details (dates, grades, scores, etc.) for the math courses and contests you checked above, and any other mathematical experience or awards that you feel may be relevant.


Other Information

Please briefly explain why you would like to attend this year's Prove it! Math Academy.


Do you have any dietary restrictions?  If so, please explain.

Please describe any special needs or disabilities that apply to you.


Submission

A correct answer to this question assures that you are human and not a spam bot. Express your answer using digits, not as a word.

After clicking ‘Submit Application’, please wait for your admissions test file to upload and for you to be redirected to a Success page. If you do not see the Success page within a few minutes of clicking Submit, then your application was not successfully submitted and you should scroll up to correct any errors in your application.

Please contact us at info@proveitmath.org if you have any questions.

1. MS Word compatible word processors can export to a PDF file. Mathematical typesetting programs such as LaTeX can also export to PDF format. If you write your solutions by hand, you can use a smartphone app such as TurboScan for iPhone or Android to convert your handwritten document to a PDF.