Australia’s largest and longest running maths competition is back for 2023! Available for years 3-12, the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) takes place Wednesday 2 to Friday 4 August. Uniquely designed each year by leading educators and academics, the AMC is designed to challenge and extend your students’ problem-solving skills. Printed paper entries close Friday 14 July and online entries close Tuesday 1 August. Visit the Australian Maths Trust website to sign up today. Check here for the past Exam Papers and Answers.
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