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National AMESA Maths Challenge 2014

National AMESA Maths Challenge 2014

In the second term, all the IP Phase children wrote the South African Mathematics Challenge (SAMC), in which 70 000 learners from over 300 schools participate each year. Each question is a challenging question and any question the students get right, is an achievement in itself. Only the students who got more than 60% in the first round, went through to the second round. Certificates were awarded to all students who achieved 55% and more. To receive a gold certificate, one had to achieve 85% or more. We are very proud of Daniel van Zyl who got 90%. The students had a choice of working by themselves or in a group of two. 6 students received silver certificates and 4 students received bronze certificates.


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