Alabama Statewide Math Contest

First Round: February 25, 2023 at regional testing centers (subject to change)

Second Round (by invitation): April 15, 2023 at UNA


Registration for the 42nd Annual Alabama Statewide High School Math Contest will open in December.  Please check back here for the link to registration.

The first round of the 41st Alabama Statewide High School Math Contest took place on February 25-27 and the ciphering round was held at UNA on April 9.  Thank you to everyone who participated!  Results are available for the first round and second rounds can be found here.

 

Registration Information.

Registration for the 42nd Annual Alabama Statewide High School Math Contest will open near the end of 2022.

 

Sample Problems

For past Written Exams, including answers, go here.

For past Ciphering Problems, go here.

 

About the Contest.

The first round consists of written tests administered at eight sites conveniently located throughout the state. Three exams are available: Geometry, Algebra II, and Comprehensive. Previous Exams can be found here. Awards are given based on individual performance and based on team performance, where a team is formed by the top four scores on each exam. Please see the Contest Rules here for more information, including eligibility to take an exam.

The second round is a "ciphering" (Jeopardy style) tournament held at the University of North Alabama. This tournament is by invitation only based on the results of the first round team comprehensive scores. The ciphering tournament consists of four rounds of 10 questions each, completed by a team of four students. Each student is sent up to answer two individual questions in a predetermined category (Geometry, Algebra II, Comprehensive I and Comprehensive II) and then the final two questions are worked on by the entire team. For more information, see the Ciphering Rules. Sample Ciphering Presentations can be found here.

2022 Official Rules Packet
2022 Answer Sheet Instructions
2022 Answer Sample Answer Sheet
2022 Ciphering Official Rules
Past Written Exams
Past Ciphering Questions
Past Results