Series 3 comprises monthly qualifier rounds from April to November 2018.
Qualifying teams progress to invitation Only Final Round in January 2019.
|QUALIFIER ROUND 1||APRIL 21st and 22nd, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 2||MAY 19th and 20th, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 3||JUNE 16th and 17th, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 4||JULY 21st and 22nd, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 5||AUGUST 18th and 19th, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 6||SEPTEMBER 22nd and 23rd, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 7||OCTOBER 20th and 21st, 2018|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 8||NOVEMBER 17th and 18th, 2018|
|FINAL ROUND||JANUARY 19th, 2019 (Invitation Only Round)|
|FEBRUARY 2019||RESULTS & PRESENTATION OF AWARDS|
Competitive exams all over the world have moved online. Yet very few students get adequate practice with the online examination format. Clash of Pi is designed to simulate real world conceptual tests and to benchmark students based on their mathematical aptitude. The future of Math Testing is here!
Can your students compete against the world’s best math stars in their grade? Can they maximize speed of problem solving while maintaining a high level of accuracy? Can your school earn the coveted ‘Top Math School’ title?
There’s only one way to find out! Register with Clash of Pi and become part of the next generation of math learners. Rigorous, Competitive and Advanced.
It is our goal to make mathematics learning a continuous process, that includes learning, practice, benchmarking and competing. There is no better path to improvement than the positive feedback loop that is generated from periodic competition and assessment. Clash of Pi achieves this in a fun, non-intimidating and collaborative way gently persuading students to work consistently and thereby achieve better results.
This is a team event. India’s most prestigious schools send their top teams to compete in a monthly online mathematics aptitude test. There are 8 qualifier rounds (from April to November) leading up to the Final Round in January of the succeeding year.
Each qualifying round is carefully conceived so that all grade appropriate content is covered over the period of the contest, making Clash of Pi the most comprehensive and rigorous online test in the country. (See table below for more detailed information regarding the schedule of rounds)
Test dates are typically in the third weekend of the month. Each qualifying round is formulated as a 2 day event with a real-time scoreboard. The contest is live from 8am to 8pm IST on both days.
After the 2 day event each month, final results of each round are disclosed on the succeeding Monday. The results are updated on the contest website page (app.picirql.com/competitionleaderboard)
Schools are sent detailed results information including All India and School Level certificates.
Schools compete for the following overall awards categories:
Students compete for All-India Ranks and Power Performer certificates (distributed through the schools on a monthly basis)
Non school team members from partner schools may participate as wild-card entries, using a unique code provided to all partner schools.
Series 3 comprises monthly qualifier rounds from April to November 2018.
Qualifying teams progress to an Invitation Only Final Round in January 2019.
|QUALIFIER ROUND 1 :||APRIL 21st and 22nd, 2018||SPEED (ALL TOPICS)|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 2 :||MAY 19th and 20th, 2018||ARITHMETIC / ALGEBRA / MENSURATION / COORDINATE GEOMETRY|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 3 :||JUNE 16th and 17th, 2018||GEOMETRY/ TRIGONOMETRY / DATA HANDLING / STATISTICS|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 4 :||JULY 21st and 22nd, 2018||CHALLENGE (ALL TOPICS)|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 5 :||AUGUST 18th and 19th, 2018||SPEED (ALL TOPICS)|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 6 :||SEPTEMBER 22nd and 23rd, 2018||ARITHMETIC / ALGEBRA / MENSURATION / COORDINATE GEOMETRY|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 7 :||OCTOBER 20th and 21st, 2018||GEOMETRY / TRIGONOMETRY / DATA HANDLING / STATISTICS|
|QUALIFIER ROUND 8 :||NOVEMBER 17th and 18th, 2018||CHALLENGE (ALL TOPICS)|
|FINAL ROUND :||JANUARY 19th, 2019 (Invitation Only Round)||ALL TOPICS|
|FEBRUARY 2019 :||RESULTS & PRESENTATION OF AWARDS|
School team points are computed based on a proprietary algorithm that factors in individual team member scores, consistency of performance and difficulty level of questions solved. The following parameters are used as to compute the Team Score:
Number of students with All India Ranks
Number of students with Power Performer Certificates
Relative Performance of top 10 students per grade from the school team
Participation of Team
Individual team members are eligible to participate in each of the qualifier rounds. Schools teams get the opportunity to participate every month and to improve their scores.
The schools with the maximum points in each round feature at the top of the schools leaderboard. The best score in any ONE round is reflected as the School Team Score.
There are negative points assigned to incorrect and skipped questions. Individual scores are calculated based on the following parameters:
Correct answers : plus 10 points per question
Incorrect answers : minus 5 points per question
Skipped questions < 5 : minus 2 points per question
Skipped questions > 5 : minus 5 points per question
Students of the same grade will receive different tests, but of the same level of difficulty in order to maintain parity across a grade level.
School teams must have a minimum of 20 participants in each round to qualify for a score.
The top 10 students per grade in each school will represent the school in the Final Round, which is held in January of the succeeding year.
School will receive the list of best performing students during the Qualifier rounds.
The scores in the Final Round will contribute to 70 percent of the School Team Score. The results in the qualifiers will make up 30 percent of the School Team Score.
There is a real-time scoreboard on the dates of the contest. Scores are updated live (there may be upto 30 minutes time lag between the time of the test taken and the updation of the scoreboard).
The Top 10 results for each grade may be viewed on the website at http://app.picirql.com/competition
Final results for each round are computed on the Monday after each monthly contest.
Team scores for the Top 5 schools are published on the TOP SCHOOLS leaderboard on the website. School team results are communicated with the schools, and certificates are sent to the schools for distribution.
School principals, vice-principals, curriculum coordinators or mathematics teachers can register their schools to participate in Clash of Pi. They may click the 'Register' button at the top of the page and fill in their details in the fields provided.
Alternatively, you may email us at [email protected] along with your name, contact number and school details.
Our team will contact you to guide you through the process, and to answer any queries that you might have.
School team members answer the test by logging into their secure online accounts (provided by piCirql).
This is an online competition conducted on www.picirql.com
All participants in Clash of Pi need to be registered users on www.picirql.com
Students attempt tests specific to their grade level
The contest is not bound by any specific curriculum
Only verified members of participating school teams and paid subscribers of piCirql are eligible to participate in Clash of Pi
For any doubts/ clarifications, please contact the above address
Winners are selected by a pre-defined set of parameters. The decision of the sponsor is final and binding.