Wrap Up

Good work competitors!  The first Canada Lynx Mathematical Competition has completed.  Awards, prize draws and results are all ready.

To see the top award winners for many divisions and grades, choose the Awards tab above. We’d especially like to congratulate Andrew Logush and Jerry Wang who earned perfect scores this year!

Please also read our Media Release.


Teachers/organizations: Please log into your Portal account below to view your student’s results and get their official certificates.

Independent students: Your results and certificates are also available through your Portal account.

Prior to 2023, we had an older system.  It’s still online so schools wanting to access their historical information still can.


  • The new Portal system doesn’t have the old years’ data on it, but the old system is still running.  You can access the old portal here.
  • Remember: Teachers log into the old portal using their old school ID codes and their old passwords.  
  • One cannot register for new competitions using the old system.

Score Statistics

In mathematical problem solving competitions, it is  normal for your score to be lower compared to a typical school exam due to the level of difficulty of the questions. The median scores are often well below half the maximum points available for the competition. This is the case for the CLMC 2023, so we suggest you compare yourself to your peers through percentiles rather than the maximum possible points. The following tables should give you a good indication of your score compared to your peers:

Grade Top Score /80 Top Decile Score /80 Top Quartile /80 Median Score / 80
All grades together 80 53 44 35
12 / Cegep 80 55 48 38
11 74 55 47 37
10 67 52 44 36
9 75 52 43 33
8 and under 67 46 38 30

Problem Set and Solutions


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