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Euclid Mathematics Contest

Euclid ContestThe Euclid Mathematics Contest is an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability.

What is the Euclid Contest and why participate?


Students in their final year of secondary school or CÉGEP students and motivated students in lower grades.


Written in April. See details for current year.


  • 10 questions; some answer only and some full solution
  • marks for full solution questions assigned for form and style of presentation
  • 2.5 hours
  • 100 total marks
  • most calculators permitted
The contest is written in schools. More information for the supervising teachers is available.

Mathematical Content

Most of the problems are based on the mathematical curriculum up to and including the final year of secondary school. A list of possible topics is given in this flyer that we recommend be posted in classrooms.

Registration Information

Schools register online by the deadline. View fees. Registrations are also accepted by
fax or e-mail.

Schools that have not registered for previous contests are encouraged to participate.

Contest Preparation

The Grade 12 open courseware, Mathematics Resource Manual and Euclid eWorkshop can help you brush up on the material and provide many problems with solutions. Past contests give you a sense of the style of the questions and include problems ranging from easy to very challenging.

Results and Recognition

The results booklet and averages and cutoffs are online.
Teachers can access their students' results and generate certificates.

We recognize top-performing students and schools.