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2013 MTAP-DepEd Saturday Mathematics Programs

The Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) will be offering the 2013 MTAP-DepEd Saturday Mathematics Programs for Regular Pupils/Students and for Talented Pupils/Students.

The first program aims to:

1) provide the pupils and students the opportunity to explore Mathematics without the threat of tests;
2) review the materials covered last school year to enable pupils/students to do well in Mathematics this coming school year; and
3) prepare the Grade 6 pupils and Fourth Year students for entrance examinations for First Year high school and college levels. In addition to objective
4), the second program aims to prepare talented students for the Metrobank-MTAP¬DepEd Math Challenge Competition.

The program for regular pupils/students will be conducted on six Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 nn from July 20 to August 24, 2013. The sessions will be for pupils/students who belong from the 25th to the 85th percentile at each grade/year from Grade 1 to Fourth Year. A written permit from the parents is necessary.

The program for mathematically talented pupils/students will be conducted on seven Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 nn from October 26 to December 14, 2013, except November 2, 2013. The sessions will be for pupils/students who belong to the top 15th percentile. The school principal shall endorse the pupils/students who wish to participate upon presentation of permit from the parent/guardian.

The MTAP Chapters/Divisions/School Associations which are interested to conduct either program may visit the MTAP Office at 039 Oxford St. corner Columbia St., Cubao, Quezon City or contact telephone nos.: (02) 912-5249 and (02) 709-0447.
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