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Sony Computer Science Lab Invites American Students to Participate in Global Math Challenge

Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. (Sony CSL) today announced that for the first time, the Global Math Challenge (GMC) will be available in the United States.
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Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. (Sony CSL) today announced that for the first time, the Global Math Challenge (GMC) will be available in the United States. Registration for the GMC is now open to math lovers ages 13 and up. The test will be administered online on Sunday, March 22, 2015. Participants will be able to log on between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. in their respective time zones, and will have one hour to complete the entire exam.

The test and results are free. If challengers want additional insight into their logical thinking, as well as learn their rank among all GMC test takers globally, they can upgrade to the GMC Standard Plan for $20. The Standard Plan provides test takers with clear, in-depth analysis and step-by-step explanations for every question, highlighting both where strong points lie, and where improvements can be made.

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