Founded in 1998, the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament (HMMT) is one of the largest and most prestigious high school competitions in the world. Held at the campuses of Harvard and MIT in November and February every academic year, each tournament draws close to 1000 students from around the globe, including top scorers at national and international olympiads.
HMMT is entirely student-organized, by students at Harvard, MIT, and nearby schools, many of whom are HMMT alumni themselves. For more information, please visit our archives.
|Friday night, 2/20||Registration and dinner||7:00PM-8:00PM||Harvard Northwest Lab|
|Mini-events||8:00PM-9:00PM||Harvard Northwest Lab|
|Saturday, 2/21||Registration||8:00AM-9:00AM||MIT Bush Room, 10-105|
|Breakfast||8:00AM-9:00AM||MIT Lobby 13|
|Individual participants meeting||8:30AM|
|Individual round 1 - Algebra||9:00AM-10:00AM||MIT 10-250, 26-100, 34-101, 54-100|
|Individual round 2 - Geometry||10:15AM-11:15AM||MIT 10-250, 26-100, 34-101, 54-100|
|Individual round 3 - Combinatorics||11:30AM-12:30PM||MIT 10-250, 26-100, 34-101, 54-100|
|Proctor meeting||11:45AM||MIT 4-231|
|Team round||12:45PM-1:45PM||Various locations|
|Guts round||3:15PM-4:45PM||MIT 10-250, 26-100|
|Awards||5:00PM-6:00PM||MIT 10-250, 26-100|