Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC)
The Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge is geared towards strong math students.
It is a competition run by the
Canadian Mathematical Society, in collaboration with the University of Toronto and Université Laval.
The COMC is a required step in qualifying to write the
Canadian Mathematical Olympiad, it is not designed with this as its only goal.
Many of the problems posed are well within the reach of any good student.
Canadian Computing Competition (CCC)
The Canadian Computing Competition (CCC) is a competition aimed to benefit
all secondary school students with an interest in programming.
There are two levels: Junior, for students with some programming experience,
and Senior, for students with a fair amount of programming experience.
Asian Pacific Olympiad
The APMO contest consists of one four-hour paper consisting of five questions of
varying difficulty and each having a maximum score of 7 points.
Contestants should not have formally enrolled at a university
(or equivalent post-secondary institution) and they must be younger
than 20 years of age on the 1st July of the year of the contest.
For more information, please contact
The International Tournament of the Towns
The Tournament is conducted each year in two stages - Autumn and Spring
(northern hemisphere time). Each stage has two papers, an "O" level and an
"A" level, which are spaced roughly one week apart. The A level paper is more
difficult, but offers more points. Students and their towns may participate
in either stages or levels, or in all levels and stages.
The Tournament is open to all high school students, with the highest
age of students being about 17 years old.
For more information for the tournament in Canada, please view
Tournament of the Towns at Toronto.