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MAKATI CITY, March 29 — The country’s adolescent algebraic geniuses competed during the civic finals of the 2018 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Algebraic Claiming (MMC) Civic Finals, held last 24 March 2018 at the Metrobank Plaza Auditorium in Makati City.

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Out of the 574,823 acceptance who competed in the civic abolishment rounds, a absolute of 48 acceptance apery 30 accessible and clandestine schools accept auspiciously avant-garde to the final leg of the antagonism this year. 

The civic finals showcased the algebraic accomplishment of Grade 6 and Grade 10 acceptance who competed in both alone and aggregation categories. The claiming consisted of analytic circuitous algebraic problems mentally aural 15 abnormal and added circuit of 30-second and one-minute questions application pen and paper. In addition, civic finalists were provided with book computers through which they accelerate answers anon to the judges, who again anon mark them as “correct” or “wrong”. The MMC is the aboriginal algebraic antagonism in the Philippines to use this technology that leads to faster bearing of challenge results. 

Out of the 30 aggressive schools, 19 produced their aboriginal anytime civic finalists. They are  Ilocos Sur Civic Aerial Academy (Vigan City), College of the Holy Spirit of Tarlac (Tarlac City), Maliwalo Aerial Academy (Tarlac City); De La Salle University Integrated Academy (Biñan City); Palawan State University Laboratory Elementary Academy (Puerto Princesa City); Binalbagan Catholic College Aerial Academy Department (Binalbagan, Negros Occidental); Mary Infant Jesus Academy (Iligan City); Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology Integrated Development Academy (Iligan City); Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (General Santos City); and Palanan Elementary Academy (Makati City). 

Winners were awarded by the bedfellow of honor, Education Secretary Leonor Briones, who additionally delivered an adorning bulletin to affect the adolescent audience; Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI) controlling administrator Nicanor Torres, Jr.; Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) admiral Sr. Iluminada Coronel, fmm; DepEd Bureau of Curriculum Development Administrator Jocelyn Andaya; and MBFI trustee Elvira Ong-Chan. 

Sean Neyers Gungon of Renato Lopez Elementary Academy (Mandaluyong City) was the aboriginal placer in the Grade 6 Alone Competition, while Jence Enrico Dela Fuente of Ateneo de Naga University Grade Academy (Naga City) and Jonathan Anacan of Alimodian Central Elementary Academy (Alimodian, Iloilo) were additional and third placers, respectively. 

For the Grade 6 Aggregation Competition, Christopher James Yap and Christian Jacob Yap of St. John’s Institute (Bacolod City) were the 1st placers. Hans Ethan Ting and Ambrose James Torreon of Rainbow of Angels Learning Center (Butuan City) placed 2nd while Timothy Lawrence Andal and Benjamin Jacob of St. Philomena Academy of Lipa (Lipa City) were 3rd. 

For the Grade 10 Alone Competition, Dion Stephan Ong of Ateneo de Manila Junior Aerial Academy (Quezon City) was the 1st placer, while Andres Rico Gonzales III of Colegio de San Juan de Letran (City of Manila) acclimatized at 2nd and James Matthew Adolescent of Iloilo Civic Aerial School-Special Science Class (Iloilo City) placed 3rd. 

In the Grade 10 Aggregation Competition, Andres Rico Gonzales III and Alec Nowell Ranara of Colegio de San Juan de Letran (City of Manila) were the 1st placers. Dion Stephan Ong and Matthew Ernest Quinto of Ateneo de Manila Junior Aerial Academy (Quezon City) placed 2nd while James Matthew Adolescent and Leann Patricia Ganzon of Iloilo Civic Aerial School-Special Science Class (Iloilo City) were 3rd. 

“The Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Algebraic Claiming may accept acquired over the years, but what has remained connected is our ambition of chain apprentice participants who appear from assorted ancestors backgrounds and bounded locations,” said Torres. He additionally congratulated both winners and civic finalists for “daring to do bigger and afterwards in defying expectations.” 

National winners accustomed trophies, medals and banknote prizes of P10,000 each. Educational subsidies were additionally accustomed through the winners’ Metrobank Fun Savers Club accumulation account, which encourages kids 17 years and beneath to save for their future. 

Meanwhile, all civic finalists accustomed giveaways sponsored by Casio Philippines, Manila Tytana Colleges, Philippine Science Centrum, Active Fun Children’s Play and Party Centers, Tom’s World and Money Tree. Other allied institutions accommodate PSBank, Itemhound, and City Garden Hotel Makati. 

Now on its 17th year, MMC is the best broadly alternate algebraic antagonism in the country amid elementary and aerial academy students. Over the years, MMC has produced civic winners who get to attempt and eventually win in all-embracing competitions, such as the 57th All-embracing Algebraic Olympiad (IMO) captivated in Hong Kong area the Philippines garnered its aboriginal gold medals. (MBFI)

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