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11th Canadian UCMAS Abacus & Mental Math Competition 2016

Competition Venue:
International Center
6900 Airport Road,
Mississauga
Date: Sunday, 12th. June, 2016
Time: 9 am                   

Awards Ceremony Venue:
International Center
6900 Airport Road,
Mississauga
Date: Sunday, 19th. June, 2016                 

What is the UCMAS Competition?
The National Competition gives an opportunity and a platform for all our UCMAS students to showcase their proficiency in Abacus and mental math skills. Each student is appreciated for participation with a certificate and a participation medal.

How does the competition work?
Each UCMAS student participating in the competition gets a paper ranging between 100-200 arithmetic math problems depending on their UCMAS level and category. They get a time of 8 minutes to finish as many problems as they can.

Who is eligible to participate?
All UCMAS Canada students – Junior levels to Advance levels.
Each student participates in only one category.

Welcome to UCMAS!

UCMAS is a child development program based on Mental Math and the Abacus that boosts brainpower in children aged 4-13. Along with strengthening math skills, the UCMAS approach promotes whole brain development and establishes foundational building blocks like memory, concentration, creativity and problem solving – core skills that inspire greater confidence and success in all subject areas and in life. The program equips them with
the skills they need to improve overall academic achievement and to
confidently meet life’s challenges and achieve greatness.

Plus, our exciting classes and energetic instructors ensure that our students have fun as they learn! Since 1993, UCMAS has helped over one million children around the world Discover the Genius Within.

Contact UCMAS to Discover the Genius within Your Child!

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