National Mythology Exam | Medusa

THEME:
Monstrous Transformations
 

 

WHAT IS THE MEDUSA NATIONAL MYTHOLOGY EXAM?

The Medusa Mythology Exam is open to all students, grades 9-12. Students  in grades 3-8 should register for the Pegasus Mythology Exam.

The Medusa Mythology Exam is given annually to over 3,000 students in approximately 100 schools nationally and internationally. The Medusa Mythology Exam welcomes all students of classical mythology. . 

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

The reigstration is closed. Contact Dawn Carlin for more information. 

WHAT IS THE CONTENT?

Exam requirements based on the grade level of the student:

WHAT ABOUT THE RESOURCES?

The Medusa Mythology Exam bibliography will be avilable after August 15. 

Since no standard translation is being recommended for the test, a list of classical spellings that will be used on the test can be found here

Additionally, ETC has available for purchase an activity packet with printable activities designed to reinforce the concepts and information covered by the test.

            See link here:  https://etclassics.org/Resources/NME-Study-Materials

WHAT ABOUT AWARDS?

Awards are distributed proportionally based upon the annual, national averages for the exam.

  • Perfect paper: Certificate  + gold medal
  • Summa cum laude: gold medal + printable certificate
  • Maxima cum laude: silver medal + printable certificate
  • Magna cum laude: ribbon + printable certificate
  • Cum laude: printable certificate

Print your own Certificates of Participation in COLOR or BLACK AND WHITE for all of your students. Show your students that you appreciate the hard work they put in when preparing for the test.

WHAT DATES TO KNOW:

Exam registration: September 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021 

Exam administration: February 22 - March 5, 2021

Exam results mailed: early-to-mid May, 2021

WHAT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?

Contact Medusa Mythology Exam Chair with any questions: medusachair@etclassics.org 


The National Association of Secondary School Principals has placed this program on the NASSP National Advisory List of Contests and Activities for 2018-2019.