Where would the world be without mathematics: the rules of entry

Where would the world be without mathematics: the rules of entry

Who can enter?

This BSHM competition is open to all young people in secondary education (aged 11 to 19).

Your entry

  • must be in English and equivalent to 1500 words (video or multi-media maximum 10 minutes)
  • should consist of at most two files with all images included in the appropriate place
  • must contain a list of the main sources you have used
  • must be original work and not a copy or substantial copy of anyone else's work all images must either be created by you, be in the public domain, or you must have written permission for their use from the copyright holder
  • your name must not appear anywhere in your entry. It must only appear on the entry form.
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This is because your entry will be judged anonymously Rules for submission of your entry The closing date for entries is 23:59 GMT Friday 2th May 2018.

Entries must be submitted electronically via the webform at www.bshm.ac.uk/plus.

Your entry must consist of at most two files including the full list of sources. Rules for BSHM handling of your entry

Entries will not be returned.

Your entry will be acknowledged by an email.

By entering the competition you agree that an edited version of your entry may be published by BSHM or a linked organisation.

The judges' decision is final and no correspondence relating to the nature of their assessment will be entered into.

BSHM reserves the right to vary or amend the competition at any time.

The final rule: by entering the competition you agree to abide by these rules. If you do not abide by them, your entry will be disqualified.