Most of our participants are in the United States, where Covid-19 is once again spiking. Having surveyed our past participants, there are currently fewer than 50 schools able to participate in our contests. We will definitely not administer a contest in 2020, but will conduct another survey in the new year to see if schools are able to participate then.

National Assessment & Testing administers high quality, affordable mathematics competitions for math teams and honor societies. Our contests cover a wide range of topics, difficulties, and formats in order to provide both confidence and challenges to students of all abilities.

This year's schedule is:

Fall Startup Event: Thursday, September 26th, 2019
Team Scramble: Thursday, November 7th, 2019
Ciphering Time Trials: Thursday, December 12th, 2019
Four-by-Four Competition: Thursday, February 6th, 2020

If you're aware of a schedule conflict in advance, you can administer a test up to one week in advance.
If there is a last-minute schedule conflict (typically weather-related), you can administer a test up to one week late.
In either event, please notify us of alternate testing dates, and emphasize to your students that they should not discuss the test outside your school until after the late testing window.

Each of our contests has a $40 registration fee for as many students as you'd like to participate. If you register for all four of our contests, you pay only $140! If you're new to our contests, you can use the coupon code "FirstAll4" to get all four contests for just $50! Finally, if you're really short of funds or unsure whether your students would enjoy math contests, you can name your own price, including free!

We also produce the Middlementary Math Bonanza, a face-to-face competition that your organization can administer for local elementary and middle school students. The first time you do it, the materials are just $10!

Read why your school should participate in our competitions.

If you have any questions or comments about any of our contests, or would like us to write a contest specifically for your organization, please contact Tom Clymer, our Director of Academic Competitions, at (206) 650-6411 or