ONLINE MATH VIDEO CHALLENGE RESOURCES
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The Primary Resource for Video Teams
Math Video Challenge teams must select one of the 250 problems in the 2022-2023 MATHCOUNTS School Handbook for their video.
Problems in the School Handbook are arranged in sets of 10; each set of 10 is like a mini-competition with problems covering different topics. As students work through the problems sets, the difficulty level increases. If students wish to select a problem for their video on a specific math topic, refer to the Problem Index, where problems are classified by math topic, main Common Core State Standard and difficulty level.
Available in the Video Advisor Dashboard
Registered team advisors can access this year's full School Handbook, with all 250 problems, from the Video Advisor Dashboard.
Ensure your team understands the Math Video Challenge Official Rules + Terms of Participation before getting started.
Still have questions after reading through the rules? Some of the most commonly-asked questions - and their answers - can be found here.
This is a contest and a learning experience for students, so students must do all of the work. See how to distinguish between appropriate advising and inappropriate outside help.
Including music and audiovisual content can add a spark to your video...but you must follow the rules! Learn how to include video clips, music, images, sound effects and other content while still following the contest rules.
Learning to use new technology is an important part of this program, but you still can produce a video for free. Learn more about what is technically required and recommended for Math Video Challenge submissions.
See how Math Video Challenge submissions will be scored by judges. Learn more about what judges are looking for as they evaluate a video's mathematical content, communication, creativity, real-world scenario and adherence to rules.
We prefer to receive parent/guardian permission online through the MATHCOUNTS website, but teams also may use this offline form. Please type or print neatly and ensure the parent/guardian has signed the form.
Team advisors must provide video information when uploading the team video to the MATHCOUNTS website. Students should use this form to give the required information to the advisor.
Anyone who appears in a video and is not one of the 4 team members must sign a video release. For anyone under 18 years of age, a parent/guardian must sign a video release, which the team advisor keeps on file.
Anyone who appears in a video and is not one of the 4 team members must sign a video release. If your dad has a cameo in your video...make sure your team advisor has a video release for him on file!