What is the UCMAS Competition?
The UCMAS National Competition gives an opportunity and a platform for all our UCMAS students to test their proficiency in Abacus and mental math skills. This year UCMAS has added a new Listening competition. Now UCMAS students can participate in written and listening competition both. Each student will get a participation medal and a certificate.
How does the UCMAS competition work?
Each UCMAS student participating in the competition gets a paper ranging between 100-200 arithmetic math problems depending on their UCMAS level and category. They get a time of 8 minutes to finish as many problems as they can. They can use the abacus or do it mentally.
Listening Sums Competition:
This is a module based exam. There are three UCMAS modules. Foundation Module, Construction Module and Advance Module. Kids can participate in the competition as per level.
Who is eligible to participate?
All UCMAS students – Junior levels to Advance levels. Students can participate in Written and Listening competition both. They need to pay the fees for both competition separately.
Benefits to our UCMAS Students:
An opportunity for UCMAS students to participate and to compete with all other UCMAS students.
A different arena for our UCMAS students to showcase their talent
Focused and targeted practice to further enhance students’ Abacus and Mental Math skills
Competitive and challenging environment
A Participation Certificate and Medal is awarded for each participant in appreciation of their efforts apart from the Awards awarded for the winners.
Trophies and certificates will be awarded to Champion, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Runner-up for each category on the stage.
Merit awards will be handed over to 30% students participating in each category