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Leo Mason Breaks Level 1 Live Mathletics World Record… again!

By |2023-02-07T22:45:57+00:00September 30th, 2016|Categories: News|

He’s done it again! Super Mathlete Leo Mason has broken the Level 1 Live Mathletics World Record, posting a score of 141.

It was only in June that we reported Leo breaking the World Record with a score of 130. Later that month he broke the record again with a score of 137, and now the Year 3 student from Western Australia  has done it again.

As you might know, Live Mathletics is a real-time maths race where students answer as many questions as they can in 60 seconds. Leo’s score of 141 correct answers in 60 seconds means he is answering an astonishing 2.35 questions per second!

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