The exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions, and you will have one hour to take the test. Calculators, except for the TI-92 and Voyage 200, are allowed. We will have a limited number of TI-83’s available for you to borrow if you do not have access to a graphing calculator.

You are NOT expected to be able to answer all of the questions!

Each question has a 2 point value for a correct answer and a penalty of ½ point for each wrong answer. There is no reduction for unanswered questions.

If possible, you should practice on some of the questions from previous years’ exams so that you will have a feel for the types of questions that are asked.

Join the Math Team Today!

Members of the Massasoit Math Team will compete in a national contest sponsored by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges.

Who is eligible?
Any Massasoit student, full or part time, who has not earned a two-year college or higher degree is eligible to participate.

How does a team member compete?
Two examinations are given during periods in October/November and February/March. Each test lasts one hour. You may participate in one or both of the rounds during the academic year.

What is the level of the tests? 
Precalculus mathematics. Questions may involve Precalculus, algebra, trigonometry, synthetic and analytic geometry, and probability.
Questions are short answer or multiple choice.

Are calculators allowed?
Students are permitted to use any scientific or graphics calculator which does not have a keyboard.

How will I prepare for the examinations?
Copies of old examination questions are available for you to use for practice.