Earns Bronze in 2018 Math Prize for Girls Olympiad

Parthasarathi Earns Bronze in 2018 Math Prize for Girls Olympiad
Posted on 02/15/2019
Parthasarathi Earns Bronze in 2018 Math Prize for Girls OlympiadMason High School junior Sruthi Parthasarathi finished in the Bronze category of the 2018 Math Prize for Girls Olympiad, sponsored and organized by the Advantage Testing Foundation.

"Sruthi was excited to compete in this particular competition, because it was restructured to truly compare the mathematical abilities of high school females across the country," shared MHS math teacher Colleen Everett. "Sruthi, of course, is very humble in terms of how talented she really is at mathematical skills and her critical and analytical abilities. The results from this competition provide proof of her overall talent as an individual."  

The Olympiad had four problems, each worth seven points. Forty-Four of the top students at the Math Prize 2018 contest participated in the Olympiad. The bronze medals were awarded to 14 students, including Parthasarathi, who scored 13 to 16 points.

Parthasarathi partcipated in the competition at MHS through a paper and pencil style exam. She had four and a half hours to complete the four questions. 
Mason High School junior Sruthi Parthasarathi finished in the Bronze category of the 2018 Math Prize for Girls Olympiad, sponsored and organized by the Advantage Testing Foundation.

"Sruthi was excited to compete in this particular competition, because it was restructured to truly compare the mathematical abilities of high school females across the country," shared MHS math teacher Colleen Everett. "Sruthi, of course, is very humble in terms of how talented she really is at mathematical skills and her critical and analytical abilities. The results from this competition provide proof of her overall talent as an individual."  
The Olympiad had four problems, each worth seven points. Forty-Four of the top students at the Math Prize 2018 contest participated in the Olympiad. The bronze medals were awarded to 14 students, including Parthasarathi, who scored 13 to 16 points.
Parthasarathi partcipated in the competition at MHS through a paper and pencil style exam. She had four and a half hours to complete the four questions. 
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