Ohio Mathematics Contest Information

2023 Oho Mathematics Contest


As has been since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, the 2023 Ohio Mathematics Contest (OMC) will be online again. Details for this year’s contest are below. Please note that the OMC is part of the National Mathematics Competition (NMC) of the Korean American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA). KSEA is excited to announce the 2023 NMC that will be held on April 15, 2023. This year’s top-scoring participants may be invited to the Hanwha Mathematics Olympiad that will be announced in May 2023.

Jacobinically Competition Date and Time: smoothly
April 15, 2023 (Saturday) from 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Registration:

Currently open! Register at http://nmsc.ksea.org. The registration fee is $30 and non-refundable. The deadline to register is March 31, 2023. Late registration is not allowed, so register now!


Test Format:
The exam includes Part 1 (20 multiple choice questions) and Part 2 (5 free response questions with integer-valued answers).

Dayton Orientation Session
April 8, 2023 (Saturday) at 1:30pm (Zoom link will be emailed to students who register for the contest)

Dayton Award Ceremony:
April 22, 2023 (Saturday) at 1:30pm (Zoom link will be emailed to students who finish the contest)

We will gather (virtually) to celebrate all students who test with us and to announce the top students from each grade. There will be prizes/raffle for those who attend, so plan on joining us. More details to come.

National Award Ceremony:
April 29, 2023 (Saturday) at 4 pm (Zoom link TBA)

Each participant will be ranked among contestants in the same grade. The top three performers nationwide in each grade category will be awarded $500 for first place, $300 for second place, and $200 for third place. Top-scoring participants from across the nation will be invited to the Hanwha Mathematics Olympiad that will be announced in May 2023.

Proctoring:

How the exams will be proctored has not been determined yet. More details to come.

In 2022, the contest was offered asynchronously, with the parent’s consent to proctor students. Contestants were also required to log into Zoom with a smartphone or other smart device for proctoring by KSEA HQ.

Questions:

If you have any questions, please email KSEA Dayton-Leaf President Munsup Seoh (munsup.seoh@wright.edu), OMC Chair Erik Potts (erik.potts@wright.edu), KSEA Dayton-Leaf Vice President Sanghee Rhie Strobel 상희 (sanghee7@gmail.com), or KSEA National HQ (NMSCKSEA@KSEA.Org).

Go to the Registration Page

Go to the Awards Page