State Phase
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State Phase

The State phase officially kicked off at 12:00am EST on 3/01/2020.

The state phase of our National Math Bee tournament has officially begun. You can refer to the tournament tab at any time to see real-time updates and rankings. Choose your grade and then state to find where your PLAYERID ranks in your state.

State Phase

  • 🗓 From 03/01/2020 until 04/30/2020.
  • 🏫 Students compete against other students in the same state and grade.
  • ✅ All students move on to the national phase.
  • 📢 We will keep you up to date with tournament statistics via Facebook, Twitter, and our weekly newsletter. 
  • Batting Averages and placements are updated in real-time on the TOURNAMENT TAB.
  • ⭕️ No Batting Average minimum requirement.
  • ‼️ Students must complete a minimum of 10 full games in any one of the four math categories to qualify for a state certificate. 
  • 📢 Each week’s stats will be sent out, ranking by 1. State, 2. Grade, 3. Batting Average, 4, Number of Games Played. Games played is the very last column of the downloadable Stats/Ranking File. 
  • 🥇🥈🥉Participants with the top three batting averages in each state and category will be awarded a personalized certificate.

*NOTE: The tournament tab DOES NOT filter the 10 full game rule at the end of the state phase. 

*NOTE: NO EXCEPTIONS to the 10 game minimum rule. If your child is in first place on the tournament tab but didn’t complete the 10 full games, they will not be awarded a certificate!  

*NOTE:  During the final phase, the National Phase, if your child/student hasn’t completed a minimum of 20 games when the tournament ends, their BA will be cleared so that the tournament tab shows the CORRECT ORDER for the finalists receiving certificates. 

Leave any questions in the comments section so we can share as much information as possible with our users.

Good Luck to all of our participants!

 

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