NO ADDITIONAL FEES FOR REGISTERED SCHOOLS!!
ONLINE for 2013-2014: MATH LEAGUE CONTESTS
WITH AUTOMATIC MARKING and SCORE SUBMISSION
You no longer have to hand-grade your student papers and then submit them at our Score Report Center. Instead, your students may take any of our contests for grades 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and Algebra Course 1 on your school computers or iPads and have the scoring process and submission of scores done for you.
We grade the contests and keep scores of all students for you. You do not need to grade the contests and manually enter the scores of your students.
Choose your own contest dates. High school students can take their contests from Oct, 2013 to March, 2014. Students of Grades 6, 7, and 8 can take their contests on any date from 02/18/2014 to 02/28/2014. Students of Grades 4, 5, and Algebra Course 1 can take their contests on any date from 04/15/2014 to 05/15/2014. Note: All students in a particular grade at your school must take the contest for that grade on the same day, but across different sessions if necessary. Students of different grades can take their online contests on different dates.
Paperless, electronic, and convenient. We keep a history of each student's contest scores. A history of each student's past contest performances and scores, including details of every question the student answered correctly, will be available online, so students, parents, and teachers can track progress over time.
Before the contest date, students can take sample contests to familiarize themselves with online contests.
It is secure. Each student has an individual account. Communication with our server over the Internet is secure and fast.
The process is very simple. Teachers log in to the Math League Adaptive Learning System, http://online.mathleague.com, go to the "Take 2014 Contests Online" page, and choose the contest date for each contest. On the contest date, students log in to the Math League Adaptive Learning System and complete the contests. We mark the contests and keep scores of all your students for you.
Please visit http://online.mathleague.com today and register for the 2013-2014 online contests.