Harvard MIT Math Tournament Group Picture

HMMT Results

Star League offers master math circle classes to train highly motivated students to join Star League teams. There are two levels: High School Math Circle (HSMC) and Middle School Math Circle (MSMC). HSMC aims to compete in HMMT, ARML, CHMMC, PUMaC and similar top level national competitions. MSMC Team is going to compete at MathCounts, Berkeley Middle school Math Tournament (BmMT), AMC10, and similar other prestigous middle school competitions.

Earlier this academic year, Star League PUMaC team brought home great results: 4th pace in the Live Round, 5th place in the Team Round, 9th place overall among 50 top teams nationwide.

Founded in 1998, the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament (HMMT) is one of the largest and most prestigious high school competitions in the world. Each tournament draws close to 1000 students from around the globe, including top scorers at national and international olympiads.

Star League HMMT Team competed during the recent long weekend at MIT. Star League team overall reassured its place in the top quarter among best teams. The team overall placements are as follows among about ninety teams from around the globe:

Mathlete aggregate: 18
Sweepstakes: 18
Guts round: 25
Team round: 19

Additionally, in Combinatorics Andrew Gu placed 11th and in Geometry Michael Diao placed 25th. In Integration Bee contest that was held during the HMMT, Nyle Wong won the 1st place. We congratulate students, their families, and all teachers who contributed to their preparation.

Official results are posted here.