Chadbourne Elementary, Fall 2022
What is the Noetic Learning Math Contest?
The Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC) is a semiannual problem-solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the contest is to develop students' problem-solving skills, to encourage their interest in math, and to inspire them to excel in math.
Who can participate?
The contest is for Grade levels 2-6. A student may only choose the same grade level he/she is currently in or a higher level. First graders may choose the Grade level 2 contest.
When is the Noetic Math contest?
The online testing window is from Nov 10, 6 AM PT - Nov 23, 4PM PT, 2022. Students take the test online, at a time convenient to them during this period.
Students are given 45-50 minutes to solve 20 problems.
Noetic Math at Chadbourne
CFFA will register Chadbourne students wishing to participate in this contest.
Parents are responsible for preparing their students for the contests and ensuring that they take the online test between Nov 10-23, 2022. CFFA or Chadbourne Staff will NOT be conducting any training sessions.
Online format for the contests
Test is taken on the NLMC portal. Prior to the test period, each registered student will have a unique login and password that will be emailed to their parent’s email address specified at the time of registration with CFFA.
Each student is responsible for the following to be able to take the online test:
A computer (Windows OS or Mac OS or Chrome OS)
An up-to-date version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari
High speed internet access
A quiet place
Study Materials and Sample Problems
You could try their Problem of the Week challenges.
Signup for sample contest problems.
The best way is to study the problems and solutions from the previous tests. Optional: You may purchase sets of contest problems and solutions from their website.
Optional: Students may also opt to participate in Challenge Math Online, a weekly practice program that offers advanced problem-solving questions.
Awards and Certificates
National Honor Roll Medal: The top 10% of all participants in each grade will receive 'National Honor Roll' medals.
Team Winner Medal: The highest scorer of each team will receive a 'Team Winner' medal.
Team Achievement Plaque: The top 10% of teams (excluding after-school institution teams and homeschool teams) will receive Team Achievement Plaques.
National Honorable Mention Ribbons: The top 50% of all participants in each grade
Printable Award Certificates: All award recipients
Printable Participation Certificates: All contest participants
Public (Web) recognition: All National Honor Roll and Honorable Mention recipients.