College of Arts & Sciences
The Joseph W. Andrushkiw Competition is an annual mathematics problem-solving competition for New Jersey high school students that is sponsored and hosted by the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Seton Hall University.
Cash prizes are awarded to the top five overall students.  Plaques are also awarded for the five highest team scores.

Any high school student in the State of New Jersey.

Registration information is available through your High School Mathematics Department. There is an $8 non-refundable registration fee for each contestant.

For additional information, call or write:
Mathematics Competition
c/o Kerry McNeill
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Seton Hall University
South Orange, NJ 07079
Phone: (973) 275-5166

The event usually takes place in October or November.  Please contact the department for the date of this year's event and the deadline for registration.

You have 90 minutes to complete the exam.  The exam consists of sixteen (16) questions chosen from Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Theory of Equations, Combinatorics, Probability and miscellaneous elementary topics in Mathematics.

Calculators may not be used.
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Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
(973) 761-9466
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