The UKMT Individual Senior Mathematics Challenge is an intriguing multiple choice question paper which is designed to stimulate interest in Mathematics. The paper contains 25 multiple choice questions. Of these, the first 15 are more accessible whilst the final 10 provide more food for thought. The challenge is for students aged 16-19 who enjoy Mathematics and who are not yet at University and students participate from over 4000 schools and colleges.
Bronze certificates were awarded to Abigail Wells, Ho Man Yuen, Luke Rossington, Abigail Prohnij, Ying Ying Zheng and James Whittingham.
Silver certificates were awarded to Adam Brinded, Emily Gourlay and Caleb Newsome.
Gold certificates were awarded to Tianyi Li, Liam Sperrin and Alex Kelly.
Due to their exceptional results, two students from Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School were invited to enter follow-on rounds.
Liam Sperrin was invited to participate in the British Mathematical Olympiad Round. Unfortunately he dislocated his knee the day before the round and was unable to participate. Hopefully he will be invited to participate again next year.
Tianyi Li was invited to participate in the Senior Kangaroo. 25% of students who participate in this follow-on round receive a certificate of merit and Tianyi’s impressive score resulted in this award being achieved.
Mrs K Robinson
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