Ohio Mathematics Contest


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2015 Ohio Mathematics Contest 
(For Grades Four Through Eleven)
April 18, 2015 (Saturday)

OMC is a part of the KSEA NMSC
Online Registration Is Open Now at KSEA Website!
and click the Registration tab, and then choose Dayton-OH
and then continue to register for your Contest at Wright State University

(For more information, please click Contest Information tab above!)

Information of Past Contests

2014 Contest

2013 Contest

2012 Contest

2011 Contest

2010 Contest

2009 Contest

Pratice Questions


Useful Websites

Test Dates Central: Here you'll find all the information you need to know about the major standardized tests which are only given on certain dates throughout the year, including some math practice questions.

Two web pages with good SAT and ACT help for students:


NEWS: First time in 2015, a Physic exam will be given to 9th, 10th & 11th graders!
(For more information, see Contest Information page.)

This Ohio Mathematics Contest (OMC) is organized by
the Dayton Branch of  the
Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA)
hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics 
and awarded by President David R. Hopkins
at the Wright State University (WSU)

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Sponsor Registration Form and Sponsor Information

This annual Ohio Mathematics Contest (OMC) is for upper elementary, middle and high school students in grades 4 through 11.  It is organized by the Dayton Branch of the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and awarded by the Office of President at WSU. The OMC is also sponsored by Provost's Office & Dean's Office of the College Science & Mathematics at WSU, Asian American Council in Dayton, the Ohio-Southwest Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Hospice of Dayton; and supported by various minority-community organizations in the Ohio Valley area (including the Greater Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton areas.)

The purpose of the contest is to stimulate interests in mathematics among upper elementary, middle and high school students and to recognize those who exhibit exceptional talents in Mathematical skills.  The organizers and sponsors ask teachers and parents to strongly encourage their students and children in grades 4 through 11 to enter this Contest.

Register Online Here: http://www.ksea.org/nmsc/registration.asp (not ready for 2015 yet)
 (Please mark “Dayton-OH” among the listed KSEA Chapters/Branches
and use your credit cards before the deadline in 2015.)

To download practice problems. please visit either
KSEA NMSC or KSEA Dayton Branch


If you have any questions, comments and/or suggestions on the Contest, please email yours to Chair Munsup Seoh.
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