Berkeley Math Tournament
Promoting advanced math to middle and high school students
The Berkeley Math Tournament is a UC Berkeley student-led organization that aims to spread mathematics and the spirit of mathematical competition globally by presenting students with interesting, original, hand-crafted problems. As of 2021, we are one of the largest student-run math competitions on the West Coast with over 2000 contestants.
Berkeley Math Tournament
November 5th, 2022
Our live fall tournament offers teams of high school students the opportunity to share their interest in mathematics with like-minded individuals and to get a taste of the concepts studied in higher mathematics.
November 12th, 2022
BMT China will be live and students outside of China who would prefer to compete in BMT China due to a time zone preference are welcome to do so. Students will receive official awards and be ranked on our global leaderboard.
November 6th, 2022
BMT Toronto will be a live competition hosted at UTS and offered to all students wishing to compete, especially those located on the East Coast. Students will recieve official awards and be ranked on our global leaderboard.
BMT Online is an asynchronous, week-long, online tournament held two weeks after BMT. Since this is an informal competition, awards and rankings will not be given out. Students will also not receive t-shirts and other swag for participating in BMT Online. However, we will provide answer keys and solutions for those students who wish to contextualize their results in BMT. Registration will be provided through ContestDojo and more information will be provided in the near future.
Berkeley mini Math Tournament 2022
April 23–24, 2022
Offered in the spring, this “mini” live tournament aims to instill an appreciation for mathematics in teams of advanced elementary or middle school students and to prepare them for future mathematical endeavors. In 2022, BmMT was live on Zoom.
April 30, 2022
BmMT China includes both the Chinese and English translations, and students outside of China who would prefer to compete in BmMT China due to firewall or time zone preference are welcome to do so.
May 2–8, 2022
An informal week-long asynchronous contest with no awards or mini-events. This contest can be taken at any time – perfect for students who want to compete in a low-stakes environment.
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