Recently, the world's largest and oldest inter-school mathematics competition, the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC), has been announced, and the students of MIS have achieved considerable success.
Their overall performance stood out from more than 300,000 students across the world - gaining a second prize, seven third-placed awards, and a total of sixteen Mathematics Skills Awards. Well Done!
Photos of some award-winning students
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Full list of winners
It is reported that the headquarters of the Australian Mathematics Union is located at the University of Canberra, which is organized by the Australian Mathematics Trust (AMT), initiated by the famous Australian mathematician Peter O 'Halloran in 1978, and is widely recognized as a leading international academic institution. It aims to enrich the content of mathematics education for students at all stages and provides more advanced mathematical thinking, theoretical trends and educational resources.
The innovative questions and multi-language questions allow math lovers from all over the world to learn from each other and deeply understand and celebrate the importance of mathematics in our lives. The AMT selects the National Team for the International Mathematical Olympic Competition for Australia each year through the Australian Mathematical Competition AMC.
MIS has always attached great importance to the work of student competition; taking disciplined competition as an important factor in cultivating students' innovative consciousness and thinking, improving students' innovative ability and practical ability and always emphasises the systematic and complete training of competition, - thereby, forming a good competitive culture and atmosphere throughout our campus.
We thank the teachers for their guidance and we send our best wishes to the excellent students who have achieved these outstanding awards. We also look forward to seeing our students in future competitions climbing great heights and making significant, new achievements.