Students will thoroughly examine the latest questions and concepts from the competition, and our teachers will also share tips, hints, and exam strategies with the students.
Students will be prompt to look at a problem from different angles hence to practice solving one question with multiple solutions.
Make your college application stand out
An SAT score will not be sufficient for one to get into the Ivy Leagues or other top US colleges. A good AMC score can demonstrate one’s academic excellence, which can leave a good impression on college applications.
Solid basic knowledge of mathematics
Strong computational skills
A more flexible mathematical mindset than traditional standardized tests
25 multiple-choice questions
40 minutes examination time
25 points total, 1 point for a correct answer, no points for wrong answers or unanswered questions
Basic algebra: integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, real numbers, number axes and right angle coordinate systems; multivariable primary equations, simple quadratic equations, simple inequalities; simple series; basic algebraic skills.
Basic geometry: basic geometric graphing; plane Euclidean geometry, points, lines, triangles, special quadrilaterals, circles; perimeter and area of regular figures; basic plane geometry skills; regular three-dimensional geometry.
Basic number theory: parity analysis, properties of integer and division, least common multiple and greatest common divisor, congruence problems.
Basic combinations: Wayne diagrams; introduction to permutations, combinations, and probability; factorial and binomial coefficients, Yang-Hui triangles.