## Forget about the tests for math ed folks and school kids, let's do something slightly more interesting.

Inspired by GRE Mathematics, the de-facto entrance test for mathematicians, only one step lower and tailored for the **general audience** with college math experience.

A first non-institutional higher math proficiency test, which systematically evaluates one's **abstract thinking **skill over field-specific knowledge.

**Carefully curated** to weed out ultra-technical concepts that would deem the test unfair, yet still designed to be secure against random guessing.

## 3 Quick Rules

1

### Quality First

The test is untimed, so it's a good idea to take the time to answer the questions to your **best ability**.

2

### 5 Points Max Each

Each of the 20 questions has 5 choices and awards up to a maximum of **5 points **— with partial credits given only in some rare cases.

3

### Don't Do Anything Funny

Calculators and reviewing math symbols and jargon are fine, as long as you don't go too far with "**researching**" until the test is done.