The U of I Undergraduate Math Contest is a locally organized contest,
offered in the spring of each year. It is modeled after
the Putnam Exam, a nationwide math contest for undergraduates that has been
called the "world's toughest math test" and which takes place in December
of each year. The U of I Undergraduate Math Contest, along with a similar
contest in the fall, the U of I Mock Putnam Exam, is part of an extensive
Putnam training program at the U of I, organized by Professors
**Jozsef Balog** and **A.J.
Hildebrand**.

Contest problems and solutions are available at the links below.

- Problems from the 2011
Contest

Solutions - Problems and solutions from past contests.
- Past winners of the U of I Undergraduate Math Contest.