THANK YOU to all our wonderful participants, parents, sponsors, coaches and volunteers for making this year's OIMT a success!
We will be posting top scorers in each category here in the next few days. We appreciate your patience.
Event Information
Event Contact
For questions about OIMT 2017 please contact one of the contest registration cooridnators
Registration:
Registration is over. If you still need to register please email Katy or Raven.
By this point in time, students who qualifed at the regional contests should have recieived a formal invitation letter to the event.
How students are invited:
Students are invited to OIMT based on their performance at the regional contests held at community colleges across the state. The top 12% in each category from each regional site will be invited (rounded up). An invitation will be sent to their high school once names are provided by the regional site contacts.
Students may also be invited due to exceptional scores on the AMC-10 and AMC-12 exams. The qualifying AMC score for OIMT is 90 for both the AMC-10 and AMC-12 exams. If you have a qualifying AMC score please contact Katy or Raven.
Note about 7th and 8th grade students: We are NOT inviting 7th and 8th grade participants. The ONLY expection is if the student is taking a math class at a high school (this is different than taking a high school level class at a middle school). Please email with questions.
Parking/Campus Map:
Here is a map that shows where you can park for free.
Here is the OSU Campus map: http://oregonstate.edu/campusmap/ The event will take place in various spaces in The Learning Innovation Center (LINC).
Please see the PDF attachment at the bottom of the page for information about parking and the location of the building on campus.
Schedule:
Time | Agenda | Location |
7:45am - 8:30am | Check in, payment and packet pick-up | LINC Lobby |
8:45am - 9:15am | Opening Ceremony | LINC 100 |
9:30am - 10:30am |
Exams: Geometry and Algebra Team Problem Solving: Open I and Open II |
Geometry - LINC 302 Algebra - LINC 368 Open I and Open II - LINC 303 and LINC 307 |
11:00am - 12:00pm |
Exams: Open I and Open II Team Problem Solving: Geometry and Algebra |
Open I - LINC 302 Open II - LINC 368 Geometry and Algebra LINC 303 and LINC 307 |
12:00pm - 1:00pm | Lunch | On-campus dining |
1:00pm - 2:00pm | Campus Scavenger Hunt | OSU Campus |
2:00pm - 3:00pm | Soiree | LINC lobby/LINC 100 |
3:00pm | Awards Ceremony | LINC 100 |
Program:
The agenda for May 13 will include one 60-90 minute written exam. Students will register in one of four levels: Geometry, Algebra II, Open I: Precalculus, or Open II: Calculus. This should match the level in which you competed at the regional contest. At any level you can expect some questions using mathematical concepts from across the various branches of mathematics.
Exams will be scored and the top ten students at each level will be recognized in the awards ceremony.
Students will also have the option to participate in a team problem solving event (see below).
Lunch will be included in the $30 registration fee. Non-participants can purchase lunch for $10 and eat with the participants.
Calculators:
Calculators will be allowed on all the exams and on the team event. Use of laptops, other computers, cell phones, and other electronic communication devices will not be allowed in any of the events.
Team Problem Solving Event General Description:
All OIMT participants are expected to take the individual exam in the morning and have the option to participate in the team event in the late morning. Awards will be given for both the individual and team events.
For the team event, we will assign teams of four randomly created from the pool of students who respond by email below. There will be two levels for the team event, level A: Precalculus/Calculus (Open I and II) and level B: Geometry/Algebra II. Each level A team will have a mix of students from the Precalculus level and the Calculus level. Each level B team will have a mix of students from Geometry and Algebra II.
Team Problem Guidelines and Judging Criteria:
The problem will be open ended. That means there is no one “correct” solution. While there may be many wrong ways to do it, there are also many “right” ways. We expect a wide variety of different mathematical strategies to approach the problem.
Lodging:
The Hilton Garden Inn is located just south of OSU's campus and only a few blocks from LINC and all of Oregon State University.
Also try: Comfor Suits, Best Western, University Inn, Rodeway Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Days Inn.
Further Information:
This website will be updated as more information becomes available throughout April and May. Please check here occasionally when you have questions about the plans for the OIMT.
See also 2014 OIMT .