This competition is for undergraduates who have not yet obtained a bachelor's degree from universities in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. The test is divided into five subjects：
- 1.Geometry and topology
- 2.Algebra and Number Theory
- 3.Probability and statistics
- 4.Applied and Computational Mathematics
- 5.Analysis and partial differential equations
The Contest set three categories of Awards: Individual Award, Individual Overall Award and Team Award. Each category set three levels of Prizes: Gold Medal, Silver Medal and Bronze Medal.
∙ Individual Award：According to the subject, the award names are Hua Award, Chern Award, Chow Award, Xu Award, and Lin Award in respective. Each subject set one Gold Medal, three Silver Medals and six Bronze Medals.
∙ Individual Overall Award：Reward students who have excellent comprehensive ability and won at least two prizes greater than or equal to Bronze Medals in Individual Contest. This award is named Shing-Tung Yau Award.
∙ Team Award：Reward the top 5 teams (5 students as a team).
※ The final number of awards is subject to the selection situation of the year.
Individual competitions: Students can register for the competitions of the above listed subjects, and each person can register for multiple subjects with an unlimited number.
Team Tournament: College students can participate in teams, and each team consists of five players. Each subject has a team member responsible for participating in the individual competition written test for that subject. Each team member is only responsible for one subject on behalf of the team. The group's written test results are the sum of the 5 team members' written test results.
From April 25th to June 15th, individuals / teams sign up for an account and fill in the information online to register.
Univ. of Michigan： https://lsa.umich.edu/math/graduates/ph-d-programs/ph-d-programs.html
Johns Hopkins University： https://mathematics.jhu.edu/graduate/qualifying-exams/
Univ of Wisconsin, Madison： https://www.math.wisc.edu/graduate/quals
Putnam Examination Archive： https://kskedlaya.org/putnam-archive/
Georgia Institute of Technology： https://math.gatech.edu/written-comprehensive-exams