COMC Marking Volunteer Form (2017)
Thank you for your interest in helping to mark the Canadian Open Math Challenge!
Please ensure that you write the information below carefully as it will be used to create a certificate for you if you request one.
Please note this is NOT your student number, your UTORid should contain numbers and letters (your username for logging into your
email account). This information will be used for CCR recognition.
What positions are you interested in assisting with (mark all that apply). Note that while scanning will take place in the Department, marking and data entry can be done online from anywhere.
Scanning -- checking packages from each school, recording information in a tracking spreadsheet, and feeding stacks of documents into a photocopier.
Marking -- assigning marks to solutions on Crowdmark with the aid of an answer guide.
Data Entry -- typing out the name, email, and grade level of contestants using a handy piece of software to make the job easier.
When are you able to volunteer? All contests must be fully processed by Dec 1. Please mark all that apply.
Week of November 6 - Scanning
Week of November 13 - Scanning, Marking, Data Entry
Week of November 20 - Marking, Data Entry
Week of November 27 - Marking, Data Entry
Which sections of the contest you would be comfortable marking? Mark all that apply.
Part A -- Easiest questions. Anyone with an interest in math should be able to mark these.
Part B -- A little more challenging than Part A. Markers should be at least in first or second year of a math degree.
Part C -- Tricky questions requiring full written solutions. Markers should be specialists in math and/or have a strong background in contest math.
Are you able to mark French papers?
My French might be good enough; I'd like to try. (Parts A and B should have limited written explanation, so a high level of French proficiency may not be required for these sections.)
Would you like a certificate of your participation in the marking?
Any other information?
Is there any other information you would like to make us aware of?
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