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Intermediate Math League
of Eastern Massachusetts
Meet Schedule for 2014-2015
Each cluster may have different dates, see Meet Locations.
- #1: October 16, 2014
- #2: November 20, 2014 (snow: 12/4)
- #3: January 8, 2015 (snow: 1/15)
- #4: February 12, 2015 (snow: 2/26)
- #5: March 26, 2015
Meet #2 Topics:
Geometry: Area and perimeter of polygons
Number Theory: GCF, LCM, prime factorization
Arithmetic: Fractions, terminating and repeating decimals, percents
Algebra: Word problems with 1 unknown; working with formulas; reasoning in
Top 2 Teams per Division for
Meet#1 2014-2015 Season
|(One meet, not cumulative)|
|Meet#1, October 2014
|Lexington||Lexington Clarke 2||2nd|
|Fibonacci||Newton Oak Hill||1st|
|DaVinci||Andover Wood Hill||1st|
|Mosca||Shore Country Day||1st|
|Hypatia||Mansfield Qualters 2||2nd|
|Noether||Miles River Regional||2nd|
|Ramanujan||Reading Coolidge B||2nd|
|Liu Hui||Lynn Breed||1st|
|Liu Hui||Framingham Fuller||2nd|
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- Blank Invoice for paying your team's dues9/2014
- Interactive Roster/Score Sheet - hosted on Google Docs - contact President for link (or see 8/21/2014 email)
- Blank Roster Sheet, Excel (.xls) format (includes SORT buttons)9/2011 Update
Blank Roster Sheet, Word (.doc) format9/2011 or
- Blank Cluster Summary Sheet (.XLS Excel, for VP's)
or .PNG (image)
- Private advisors-only area
- Per By-laws:
For First Meet: Bring a ream of paper for VP, have directions to your
school for other advisors, bring no more than 20 students, no more than 7
eighth-graders as regulars.
Categories 1-5: Each test is 10 minutes, with 1-minute warning. Of 10
regulars, each takes 3 category tests, so 6 regulars take each test. Two points
for each correct answer. Max possible student score: 18 points. Each student
must write on back: name, school, grade, and the word "Regular" or "Alternate"
Test is 15 minutes, with 5-minute and 1-minute warnings. All 10 regulars in one
room. Six questions, each worth 6 points.
"...each team should have a separate room or area where they can work together without being disturbed or overheard."
- Reminders for New Cluster Coordinators / VPs from IMLEM President Kelly Hagan
- Collect a 2 reams of paper from each team to compensate for your copying for the year.
- Copy enough of each round. Always make extras and use extra for recycle paper in your classroom - this is better than running out.
- Some coordinators like to split the copies up to groups of 25 (or however many are in each room) so they are ready to pass out during the meet.
- Post the scores and answers between rounds.
- Team rounds - give each team 11 copies. Everyone gets one, and there is one official answer sheet.
- Announce final team scores and pass out a certificate to the highest student/s in each grade. Let IMLEM President know if you need more certificates.
- Rely on other coaches to see how your cluster typically runs things.
- If you use the electronic scoring, email IMLEM Tabulator, otherwise fax him the scores within a day or two.
- Did you know? By-law Surprises
Information is updated approximately three weeks after each
competition. Previous meets are posted after all team scores are
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