Waterloo Contest

Waterloo Contest Preparation

Ranked #38 in Canada, Toronto Central Academy is proud to welcome prospective University of Waterloo's EUCLID Math Contest participants to hone their skills under the leadership of a dedicated math contest training specialist. Gain a chance to earn admission status while part of one of the best competitive mathematics teams in the country.

Our Waterloo Contest Preparation Classes are, October to March, every Saturday from 8:30am to 11:30am.
Tuition: $1850
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Waterloo Contests and Undergraduate Admissions:

Note for Engineering and Software Engineering applicants

While the contests below are not required for admission or scholarship decisions, strong performance in math, science, or engineering competitions will strengthen your application.

Euclid Mathematics Contest (written in April)

While the Euclid Mathematics Contest is not required for admission, you're encouraged to participate if you're applying to a program in the Faculty of Mathematics because it will help develop your problem-solving skills and prepare you for university studies.

The results of the Euclid are required for entrance scholarships in the Faculty of Mathematics.

Canadian Computing Competition (February)

The Canadian Computing Competition provides Canadian high school students with an opportunity to test their ability in designing, understanding, and implementing algorithms.

While it is not an admission requirement, we encourage you to participate if you're interested in programming and problem-solving, and especially if you've applied to Computer Science or to Computing and Financial Management.

Sir Isaac Newton Physics Exam (May)

If you've applied to Mathematical Physics, Physics, Physics and Astronomy, or Life Physics, you could be eligible for a scholarship valued at up to $5,000 by participating in the Sir Isaac Newton Physics Exam.

Any student in the world can participate. Results will be used for scholarship purposes only and will not influence admission decisions.