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WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER 2016.
All about contacting you:
What do you like to be called?
Check here if you would like us to send you a financial-aid form.
All about your high school:
High school's address
Expected graduation year
please choose one
This is a teacher from your high school, math team, or someone who knows you in a mathematical context that is willing to write a recommendation for you.
Sponsor's email address
List the math courses you will have completed by July (one per line)
List the math courses you plan to take next year (one per line)
All about you:
What mathematical activities have you enjoyed?
We consider juggling to be a mathematical activity.
What are your non-mathematical interests and hobbies?
Examples include but are not limited to Ultimate Frisbee, chess, music, whack-a-mole, sky-diving, etc.
Have you previously attended any summer academic programs? If so which ones and in which years?
MathCamp, PROMYS, SUMaC, and ROSS are just a few examples.
How did you hear about us (check all that apply)?
Other (please specify below)
Do you have any questions you would like us to answer (aside from the Riemann Hypothesis)?
We can answer all other Riemann Hypothesis-related questions at the next session of HCSSiM.
Here's the friendly-and-informative-letter portion of the application: Please explain why you are applying; cite, if possible, specific ideas, books, proofs, or problems which have particularly stimulated you, and indicate why you believe you would enjoy the Summer Studies.
Tell us more about yourself, please!
That's all folks!
Congratulations! That was easy, wasn't it? Now all you have to do is click the "Submit" button below. Then you'll be emailed a copy of the Interesting Test in mid to late March.
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