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Global Mathematics Circuit (2019-2020)

Clash of Pi is going global - expanding to Singapore, the Middle East and beyond starting in April 2019! The contest has evolved into a continuous global mathematics circuit that brings students and schools from across the world to participate on a common platform. To accommodate school calendars worldwide, the format of Clash of Pi will incorporate significant changes, details of which are listed on the page below. The global mathematics circuit brings together schools administrators, math department heads, teachers and students to form an inspired community that is focused on mathematics advancement and excellence. Competitive exams all over the world have moved online. Yet very few students get adequate practice with the online examination format. Clash of Pi is designed to simulate real world conceptual tests and to benchmark students based on their mathematical aptitude. The future of Mathematics is right here! Students compete against their peers from the world’s best schools. They learn to maximize speed of problem solving while maintaining a high level of accuracy. Flipping the learning process so that there is a positive feedback loop, Clash of Pi allows students to continuously map their progress, benchmark themselves and improve their mathematics skills. Register with Clash of Pi and become part of the next generation of math learners. Rigorous, Advanced and Exciting.It is our goal to make mathematics learning a continuous process.

Overall Awards Categories

Global Awards

• Top 100 Ranks & Certificates
• Power Performer Certificates

National Awards

Top 100 National Ranks

School Awards

School Achiever Certificates (Top 10 in each school)

Global Mathematics Circuit Calendar

Rounds Domain 1(S) Domain 2(S) Domain 3(S) Domain 4(S) Domain 5(S)
Qualifier Apr 19th - 21st, 2019 Jun 21st - 23rd, 2019 Aug 16th - 18th, 2019 Oct 18th - 20th, 2019 Dec 20th - 22nd, 2019
Qualifier May 17th - 19th, 2019 Jul 19th - 21st, 2019 Sept 20th - 22nd, 2019 Nov 15th - 17th, 2019 Jan 17th - 19th, 2020
Final Jun 1st, 2019 Aug 3rd, 2019 Oct 5th, 2019 Dec 7th, 2019 Feb 1st, 2020

Topic Details for each Domain

(Categorized by Grade)

Grades Domain 1(S)
(Apr - June)
Domain 2(S)
(June - Aug)
Domain 3(S)
(Aug - Oct)
Domain 4(S)
(Oct - Dec)
Domain 5(S)
(Dec - Feb)
Grade 3 - 5 Arithmetic Geometry Patterns & Puzzles Applications *Generalist
Grade 6 - 7 Algebra & Arithmetic Geometry Data Handling Mensuration *Generalist
Grade 8 Algebra & Arithmetic Geometry Statistics & Probability Mensuration *Generalist
Grade 9 - 10 Algebra & Arithmetic Geometry & Coordinate Geometry Statistics & Probability Mensuration & Trigonometry *Generalist
Grade 11 - 12 Algebra Geometry & Coordinate Geometry Functions & Pre-Calculus Calculus *Generalist

How it works?

Event Info

Online Inter-school mathematics challenge for students of Grades 3 to 12

Team Requirements

Any school with greater than 100 participants may register as a team

Events Calendar

Challenge rounds are conducted monthly. Detailed information for each round is available on the website

Contest Format

3 Streams (graded by level of difficulty)
12 month rolling circuit
5 Rounds (4 specialist and 1 generalist)
2 Qualifiers and 1 Final per domain round

Scoring Parameters

School team points are computed based on individual team member scores, consistency of performance and difficulty level of questions solved. Scores are updated monthly, based on the following parameters

Test Scoring System

There is a maximum of 25 questions to be answered in 15 minutes. Individual scores are calculated based on the following parameters:

  1. Each question carries 4 points
  2. The maximum score possible is 100
  3. There are no negative marks
  4. Students may choose to skip questions

*Bonus questions may be introduced from time-to-time, which may carry extra points. In such cases, the maximum score may increase

School Team Scoring Pattern

The scores in the Final will contribute to 50 percent of the Student Score

The results in the qualifiers will make up 50 percent of the Student Score

The Best score achieved in either of the Qualifiers will be considered for the Domain Round Score computation

The School Score is calculated over each monthly Round

Schools with exceptional performances across multiple Domain Rounds enter the Schools’ Hall of Fame

Results Declaration

There is a live scoreboard for each round. (there may be minimal time lag between the time of the test taken and the updation of the scoreboard).

Final results are declared on the Monday after each round.

Team scores are published on the website after each monthly round. Results are communicated with the schools, and certificates are distributed digitally. Winners may be presented with Awards at the end of the academic year. These awards may hold a monetary value at the discretion of the host (piCirql).

Annual Awards Event

An annual felicitation ceremony will be held every year to recognize exceptional achievements by students, and to honour schools and teachers who have been at the forefront of mathematics advancement