We are going to organize the second round of the tournament “Mathematics without borders”

We are going to organize the second round of the tournament “Mathematics without borders”.
Students, who could not participate in the first round, can participate in the second and the third rounds – the contestants who received the most points in two out of the three contests for the respective school year will receive a participation invitation for the final round.
On our webpage http://www.mathematicalmail.com you will find the rules of the tournament, the deadlines and the documents used for organising and conducting the three rounds, as well as sample tests for each age group and all materials from the first round.
The participation fee is €5 for each student. The money is used for: making of the tests, translation of the tests in English and Russian, printing the certificates of participation for each student and medals for the winners, postage fees and maintaining the website of the tournament.
Bank account details:
IBAN: BG70UBBS80021003695440
UNITED BULGARIAN BANK, Bulgaria, Stara Zagora
Pedagogical association PAPYRUS
p.o.box 288, Stara Zagora 6000, Bulgaria
For the second round of the tournament please note the following deadlines:
By 16/01/2014 – all applicants must email (mat_stz@abv.bg) the filled in application form ).
Immediately upon receipt of the application, the organisers will send the tests in Russian and English, as well as the answer key, to the applicants.
The participating schools confirm with “OK” receipt of materials and sent if necessary, notes on problems.
On any day suitable for the school, between 25-31/01/2014, the schools will hold the competition.
Up to three days after the competition has been held, the schools must email the protocol with the results filled in. )
The ranking for the second round of the tournament will be announced on the website no later than 07/02/2014.
By 10/02/2014 – the organisers will send the certificates and medals for the winners.
If you have any questions, please email me at:
or send a message to http://www.mathematicalmail.com/contacts.php