Weekly classes are two semester long courses taken in the Fall and Spring terms. Each course is 12-weeks of 2 hours class time. When both courses are taken, essential curriculum for this level is covered. There are three weeks where students take exams and solutions are reviewed for practice.
Summer Camp is strongly recommended before this level. If the goal is not met, Summer Camp may also be taken after this level.
Winter Camp is strongly recommended with this level.
This course will focus on the harder topics of the curriculum with related live streaming lectures and problem discussions. It meets 10 times and includes mock exams before the actual exam.
Prime numbers; Euclidian algorithm; least common multiple; greatest common divisor; divisibility rules; Gauss sums; exponents and radicals; inequalities; fractions; decimals and percentages; ratios and proportions; modular arithmetics; sequences; world problems; solving system of equations; quadratic equations; polynomials, functions, patterns, and operations; absolute value; counting with permutation and combination; principle of inclusion and exclusion; probability; data analysis and charts; basic geometry including angles, similarity, circles, length, area, and volume; Pythagorean theorem; Triangle inequality; basic analytic geometry involving lines, distance, and area.