LIVE SOLVES

Hard problems, solved fresh

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We're thrilled to officially collaborate with competitions around the globe to run video Live Solves. We use the signature style we pioneered to help middle school students learn to love challenging math. We equip brilliant and approachable high school students with the latest technology, transforming Zoom to become unrecognizably lively.

It's as if Instagram Live and Twitch got into education.

Throughout the year, talented high school co-hosts will live-stream. The twist: they won't look at the problems beforehand. You'll get to see how expert solvers think on the spot.

All shows will be viewable at this link:

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LIVE Solve: Junior Mathematicians Problem Solving Competition

Aug 14, 2022 at 11:00 pm

(in your local time zone)


Featuring Cohosts:
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AIDEN WEN

National MATHCOUNTS competitor for Texas • USAJMO Honorable Mention • Captain of Science Bowl team

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MEGAN DAVI

National MATHCOUNTS competitor for Nevada • MPFG qualifier • Plays violin and speaks Spanish

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Official Math Kangaroo LIVE Solve (Grade 5–6)

Aug 27, 2022 at 12:00 am

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Featuring Cohosts:
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EESHA JAIN

Top 5 in local math competition • Third place National Science Bowl team • Enjoys programming

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ALON RAGOLER

National MATHCOUNTS competitor for Washington • Perfect score on AMC 8 • Enjoys web development, playing instruments (piano + snare drum)

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We'd love to talk. We want to help you find the best learning resources for your students. If it's not ours, we'll point you elsewhere. We understand the landscape, and created this because we know it's the best fit for many students. Email us any time at course-consulting@poshenloh.com.

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