AMC 10/12

Intensive Advanced

If you completed AMC 10/12 Basic training, this course is the pathway to national recognitions such as AIME qualification. This course also serves as a solid foundation for future AIME training.

This course is combination of topics from the subjects of Geometry and Combinatorics. Each week students will study two new topics from Geometry and Combinatorics. See curriculum details below in the Curriculum tab.

This class is equivalent to the most challenging part of a whole year training of AMC 10/12 Advanced. It covers both Part 1 and Part 2 curriculum if the Geometry and Combinatorics. Students are encouraged to take and self study the Number Theory and Algebra sections in parallel with this class. 

To register, students must be able to solve at least 15 problems at a recent AMC 10/12 exam.

Each class start with a brief lecture that includes example problems. Afterwards, a set of related problems appeared in AMC 10, AMC 12 or similar contests are interactively discussed and then explained by the instructor. Students are expected to study the remaining problems as homework. Solutions are provided.

Metal Shining Geometrical Shapes Square Triangle Circle
2022 Fall
Sat 10 Sep
Sat 29 Oct
Math Live Interactive
8 Weekly Meetings. (Saturdays )
Sep. 10th to Oct. 29th
Between 10:00am and 11:45am
America/Los_Angeles (PDT)
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This Course Features
  • Live Interactive Instruction
  • Highly Experienced World Champion Teachers
  • Proven Curriculum for AMC 10/12 Preparation
  • 16 Hours of Live Lecture and Problem Solving
  • 50+ Hours of Supplementary Video Problem Solving
  • Integrated Weekly Office Hours
  • Progress Check with Midterm and Final Exams
  • Solutions to All Course Problems Included
  • Minimum One Year Access to Course Materials
  • Lectures are Recorded and Accessible After the Camp
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World Champion (IMO Silver)
Hale Nur Kazacesme
+10 Years Teaching Experience
Alperen Gozeten
World Champion (IMO Bronze)
Halil A. Gozeten
+5 Years Teaching Experience
01Sequences
02Geometry: Angles, Special Triangles, Similarity
03Divisibility Rules
04Prime Numbers, Prime Factorization
05Basic Counting Principles
06Logarithms
07Divisors, Multiples
08Functions, Operations
09Geometry: Length
0APermutations
0BComplex Numbers: Polar Form
0CTrigonometry
0DCombinations
01Polynomials
02Geometry: Area
03Modular Arithmetic
04Number Bases
05Intermediate Counting
06Inequalities
07Chinese Remainder Theorem
08Probability
09Analytic Geometry: Curves
0A3D Geometry
0BInteger Equations
0CAdvanced Counting
10:00 am Lecture105 minutes
08:00 am Office Hour105 minutes
Times shown are in Pacific Time Zone.

Student must have completed AMC 10/12 Basic training. It is expected that student is able to solve at least 15 problems at a recent AMC 10/12 exam.

You can either take a published contests or take our Placement test here. First you will need to create an account for the student for the site. Please contact us if you encounter any difficulty.

AMC 10 is for grades 10 or lower. AMC 12 is for any student. In any given year, more than half of AMC 12 exam questions are also AMC 10 questions. There are a few extra topics in AMC 12 (mainly trigonometry, logarithms, and complex numbers). They are gradually covered in AMC 10/12 training. See the curriculum tab for details. Most students eventually take AMC 12. So it makes sense to prepare for both from the beginning.

Year-round classes are recommended for younger students. Year-round (YR) classes cover entire curriculum during the live discussion of weekly meetings. In contrast, in the Intensive (INT) version of the same course, selected portions of the curriculum are provided as recorded lectures in order to cover twice as much material in a week. Office hours are integral part of the Intensive classes. They are optional for the year-round classes. Year-round classes finish the level curriculum in two parts, where Part I is taken in the Fall and Part II is taken in the spring. However, Intensive courses finish the level curriculum in one semester.

If you need to take an Intensive course that is not available, you may want to take a self paced version bundled with live office hour.