18th NTIC-NMC Maths Competition Registration Tips 2020/2021

18th Nigerian Tulip International Colleges and National Mathematical Center (NTIC-NMC) Annual National Mathematics Competition [ANMC] 10 Important Registration Tips/Checklist for Parents and Teachers for the 2020/2021 Session

The Annual National Mathematical Competition is around the corner. We are sure preparation is at top gear for the participating pupils.

As you put finishing touches to your preparation, be sure to use this as checklist.

1. Make sure that your pupils are properly registered.

2. Keep in mind that both stages of this competition is objective type involving 75 questions distributed as follows; 35 algebra, 15 geometry and 25 aptitude. Encourage your pupils to prepare and read along that line.

Duration of the examination: A total of 120 minutes is allotted to answer all the questions.

We encourage that you use our past question booklet for practice. SEE: NTIC ANMC Past Questions & Answers.

3. Check your exam centre, possibly visit the school to know ahead of the exam day the distance and plan to arrive at the exam venue on time.

Exam commences at 9am prompt.

4. Put your writing material in order. Calculators are not allowed please.

5. Please practice how to shade an OMR sheet properly.

6. Remember to check your result on our website two weeks after the exam. The first round of the exam is on 5th June, 2021 so the result will be published ONLY on our website

7. The best five each state will be invited for the second round of the competition which will take place on  27th -28th -29th July, 2021 at two centers only, NTIC Abuja and Kano.

8. Work towards the mark, to be among the overall top 17 or at least, among the top five in each state.

9. Award giving ceremony for the first stage (state level) will hold at the above mentioned  four exam centres on  29th July, 2021, the expected day of arrival (only for the best five in each state after the first round).

10. Prepare with your goal in view, do your best and leave the rest to God.

For further guide, you can read the Full Annual National Maths Competition Registration Procedures.