2020 Virtual Math Competition

Teams of high school and middle school female and non-binary students can sign up for a day of team math competition rounds, games, and opportunities to connect with other gxrls in the DMV! No experience needed!

Sample problems!                                    Rules


12:55-1:00 Arrive

1:35 - 2:35 Team Round

2:40 - 3:00 Relay Round 

3:05 - 3:25 Break / "coffee rooms"

3:25 - 4:00 Review Problems 

4:00 - 4:15 Break / "coffee rooms"

4:15 - 4:30 Awards 

4:30 - 5:00 Estimation (estimation contest)

5:00 - 5:30 Games 

Who can Participate? 

This is an event designed for GIRLS and NON-BINARY individuals only.  

To compete in the High School division: the oldest member of your team must be in 12th grade or lower

To compete in the Middle School division: the oldest member of your team must be in 8th grade or lower

(middle schoolers can choose to join the high school division)

Competition Rules & Format

This is a team event with a MAX of 4 members. If you need another member, you can reach out here on the inteGIRLS forum and meet other interested individuals from the D.C. area!

Read the full rules here

Online Testing Procedure

We will be proctoring the math competition on Zoom, with internet and calculators not allowed. You will need to download or upgrade to the latest version of Zoom so that you can self-select breakout rooms! THIS IS MANDATORY. See this link for more information. 

If you do not have a working camera at home, please email us ASAP at dc@integirls.org. You will submit all final answers through Google forms distributed on the day of the contest.

Any questions? Email us at dc@integirls.org

Meet the Team

Anna Li - PHS '23
Avani Ahuja  -  GDS'22
Ivy Liang - Blair '21
Ivy Liang is a veteran when it comes to math competitions, having qualified for AIME since 2016, and attended the annual MIT Math Prize for Girls since 2018. Aside from math, Ivy enjoys playing flute and making music in general, having won a variety of national and international competitions along her journey. 
Julie Steele  -  GDS'22
Julie Steele loves stumping herself with hard math problems, doing experiments with planaria in her basement, programming, solving and writing puzzles, being with friends, and dancing. An avid competitor in math competitions, she qualified for AIME in 2019 and 2020 and attended Math Prize for Girls in 2019. She is inteGIRLS executive director and a D.C. chapter team member. 

Elliot Lee

TJ '22

Jenna Cai

Langley '23

Lillian Sun -  TJ '22
Lillian has been interested in competitive math ever since the start of middle school, when she qualified for her first AIME. Since then, she has discovered that she enjoys geometry problems the most and loves talking to other math enthusiasts. She attended Math Prize for Girls in 2018 and 2019.
Pravalika Putalapattu -  TJ '22
As a dedicated math student, Pravalika Putalapattu has attended the 2020 Math Olympiad Summer Program and received a gold medal in the 2019 Math Prize for Girls Olympiad. She loves to draw and read in her spare time.  

Rachel Fields

Woodson '23

Vishal Kanigicherla

TJ '22