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What is 3MT?

3MT International is an individual tournament for students from Year 5-10.

This is an international local competition and will be held online, in a strict exam condition.

Is 3MT the same as MMT?

3MT was originally from the U.S., created by the Tournament Directors of the Stanford Math Tournament (SMT), Berkeley Math Tournament (BMT), and John Hopkins Math Tournament (JHMT), and now is the international competition! 


3MT and MMT are 2 different competitions. 3MT is the qualifying round for MMT.  


The participants need to obtain a bronze and above award in order to participate in MMT Global Finals in 12 August 2023.

Competition Details

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Year 7 and below: Foal Division

Number of questions: 20 questions

Time allocated: 1 hour
Format: open-ended

Year 8: Colt Division
Number of questions: 20 questions

Time allocated: 1 hour
Format: open-ended

Year 9-10: Stallion Division

Number of questions: 20 questions

Time allocated: 1 hour
Format: open-ended


Questions 1 to 10 are worth 4 points each.


Questions 11 to 15 are worth 5 points each.


Questions 16 to 20 are worth 7 points each.

Your score in the 3MT Round is simply the number of questions you get right based on the points above. There is no deduction for wrong answers.


Name of Account: Pinnacle Education Group

Account: 06-0241-0684634-00


Please make payment with the students 'full name + 3MT ' as reference.

⚠️ Please note that any fees and payments made are non-refundable.

⚠️ Before you make any payment, make sure you read through the refund policy on our website to avoid misunderstandings.

(Terms and conditions apply).

Fees for the competition is $48/student.

Competition date and time: 4 Feb 2023, 6pm (NZ time)

Closing date of registering: 20 Jan 2023

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Please note: If you registered after the deadline, the fees will be doubled.

PGA reserves the right to interpret all competition and course arrangements.

General Rules

➡️All contestants will be required to share their screen and have a second mobile device to monitor them during the contest.


➡️No cheating - This contest has a zero-tolerance cheating policy. Any evidence of cheating may lead to immediate disqualification, or any other punishment deemed appropriate by competition staff.


➡️No calculators, rulers, compasses, protractors, or other aids are permitted. You may not use the Internet as a resource at any point during a test.


➡️In order to help enforce this, we may require individuals to provide a solution for a problem during the competition - so keep track of your work!


➡️Individuals may not collaborate with anyone. This includes other participants, parents, coaches, siblings, and friends.


➡️Individuals will be split into three divisions based on their grade level.


➡️Students may choose to compete in a higher division than the grade they are attending in school. Students may not compete in a lower division than they are attending in school.

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