Stand a Chance to Win Cash Prizes of up to RM60,000 When You Take Part in UTAR's Mind Competitions 2018

Stand a chance to win cash prizes of up to RM60,000 when you participate in UTAR’s Mind Competition 2018 this April! Find out more here.

Updated 20 Apr 2020

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If you’re looking to put your brain to the test with mind-boggling memory tests and win cash prizes doing it, then you’re in luck!

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), in collaboration with the Malaysia Mental Literacy Movement (MMLM) and Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) is bringing you the annual Mind Competitions 2018 this April!

Your friends and family of all ages are encouraged to attend and participate in the competition. Registration is RM10 per person, but if you are representing your secondary school, college or university, admission is free!

When and where?

Date: 14 April 2018 (Saturday)

Venue: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Sungai Long Campus, Selangor

Time: 9am - 5.30pm

Why should you attend?

Here’s what you can expect when you participate in UTAR’s Mind Competitions 2018:

  • Stand a chance to win cash prizes of up to RM60,000 when you participate
  • Find out how well you can memorise random letters, words, numbers, dates and events in the Memory competition
  • Unleash your creativity when you design visually-pleasing mind maps in the Mind Mapping competition
  • Channel your inner Shakuntala Devi when you mentally calculate math equations against time in the Mental Calculation competition

Think you’ve got the brains to take part in the competition?

If you are interested to participate, sign up here. Alternatively, leave your details below, and our friendly counsellors will be in touch!

Hurry — registration closes on 2 April 2018, so better get to training your brain!

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