Math Prize for Girls


Math Prize for Girls is great! We love this program because it promotes the fact that girls are as smart and capable at math (and science) as boys.

The annual contest is the brain child of Ravi Boppana, a Research Affiliate at MIT and the Co-Director of Math at Advantage Testing, and is targeted at middle and high school girls in the U.S.

Top prize is $25,000 so the competition is fierce. Though not as extensive an application form as TRIALS, there is still quite a bit of information that needs to be gathered for proper evaluation and selection of the participants.

If you know a young woman who is a proud math nerd, let her know about the contest and help us promote "Girl Power!"

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