Win Medals in International Mathematical Competitions – Indonesian students achieve success in the International Eduversal Mathematics Competition 2021 (I-EMC) which was attended by more than 1,000 participants from 53 countries such as Australia, America, England, Japan, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, South Africa and Brazil.

I-EMC 2021 is divided into three levels: Elementary (9-12 years), Junior (13-15 years) and Senior (16-18 years). In this math competition, students from all over the world can test their math strength at an international level.

This competition uses three time zones, namely Asia, Europe-Africa and America, so participants from all over the world can easily enter.

Award for the achievements of Indonesian students came from the Head of the National Favorite Center (Puspresnas) of the Ministry of Teaching and Culture, Asep Sukmayadi, said at the "I-EMC 2021 Virtual Awards Ceremony" which was held online. Saturday, March 27, 2021.

"Congratulations to the participants from various countries who have shown their success, even though the world is currently still suffering from the Covid-19 outbreak," said Asep Sukmayadi. Kapuspresnas explained -EMC as a valuable experience for students to like it even more Math Competition , while sharing and creating a world friendship network.

"They can become world leaders who are extraordinary and good for the development and welfare of the world commune," he said.

In a similar opportunity, I-EMC President Tian Abdul Aziz said that this online math competition has the aim of motivating students to study in the midst of an epidemic.

"This event is of course a particular magnet because it makes it easier for students to take part in international competitions without going through various national selections in their respective countries, because this competition is an open competition," said Tian.

He hopes that the I-EMC held by Eduversal can stimulate the power of crisis thinking and students' creativity.

I-EMC Champion 2021

I-EMC 2021 champions are divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners from each level as “Absolute Champions”

In addition, there are gold medal winners for the top 5 % participants, silver medals for the next best 10 % participants, bronze medals for the next best 15 % participants, and an honor call for the next 20 % participants. best participant.

The following is a list of “Absolute Champions” for each level:

Special Level (9-12 years old):

  1. Naina Aqeela Zahira, Al Muttaqin Elementary School, Tasikmalaya City, Indonesia
  2. Bama Pangestu Alvarez, Al Irsyad Satya Islamic School, Indonesia
  3. Nuryagdy Hanbayev, School No. 24, Specializing in Foreign Languages, Dashoguz City, Turkmenistan

Junior Level (age 13-15):

  1. Rafael Kristoforus Yanto, Penabur Gading Serpong High School, Indonesia
  2. Michelle Aurelia Yudianto, Bogor Raya School, Indonesia
  3. Kelven Nathanael, SMPK Santa Clara Surabaya, Indonesia

Senior Level (16-18 years):

  1. Prestige of Pramudya Rusdiyanto, National Unity High School, Indonesia
  2. Muhammad Jilan Wicaksono, MAN 2 Malang City, Indonesia
  3. Ernest Regia Achmad Chandra, Sinar Rancamaya Gymnasium, Indonesia

Apart from awards, Eduversal as the organizer of the event gave attractive prizes to several winners of the Mathematics Competition. IPad Batch 8 (1st place), Samsung Galaxy Tab A 2019 10.1” (2nd place) and the all new Kindle Paperwhite 2020 (3rd place).

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