The curriculum is aimed to develop advanced problem solving skills that is coveted by top colleges and employers. Additionally, the curriculum is correlated with Common Core school curriculum in Prealgebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra II and beyond. Students who take these courses will have advantage not only in math courses in the future but they will also nurture critical thinking skills applicable to other subjects.The following contests and exams are the most frequent ones our students enter into. AMC 10/12 and latter exams are most prestigous. Good scores in these exams are considered favorably by top college admission officers.

 

For further details we recommend a visit to our office. Your child may take a diagnostic exam to identify appropriate course to take and start a challenging journey into a strong math career. Please visit the following links to learn more about these competitions.

 

 

 

 

MOEMS, Math League, Math Kangaroo, Noetic Math, Pi Math Contest, AMC 8,
MathCounts, AMC 10/12, BMT and BmMT, ARML, AIME, HMMT, CHMMC, PuMAC, CMIMC, USA(J)MO

 

USA(J)MO Basic is an introductory proof writing course. It is appropriate for students who are confident about USAJMO/USAMO qualification and are willing to work one hour on a single math Olympiad problem.

AIME Advanced course is appropriate for students who have prior experience in AIME competition.

AMC 10/12 Advanced course is appropriate for students who have prior experience in AMC 10/12 competitions. Students should be familiar with Algebra-1 and Geometry topics.

MathCounts course is appropriate for middle school students who have prior experience in MathCounts or AMC 8 competitions. Students should be familiar with Algebra-1 topics.

This course takes a unique approach by teaching computer Python programming as a tool to investigate popular Number Theory topics.

PreMathCounts Advanced course is appropriate for students in grades 4-6 who have prior experience in elementary school math competitions.

This course is appropriate for students in grades 3-5 who are new to math competitions.

AMC-8/MathCounts Basic course is appropriate for middle school students who are new to MathCounts/AMC-8 competitions. Students should be familiar with Pre-Algebra topics.

AMC-8/MathCounts Advanced course is appropriate for middle school students who have prior experience in MathCounts/AMC-8 competitions. Students should be familiar with Algebra-1 topics.

AMC 10/12 Basic course is appropriate for students who are new to AMC 10/12 competitions. Students should be familiar with Algebra-1 topics.

AMC 10/12 Advanced course is appropriate for students who have prior experience in AMC 10/12 competitions. Students should be familiar with Algebra-1 and Geometry topics.

AIME Basic course is appropriate for students who are comfortable with AMC 10/12 problems but are new to AIME competition.

AIME Advanced course is appropriate for students who have prior experience in AIME competition.

USA(J)MO Basic is an introductory proof writing course. It is appropriate for students who are confident about USAJMO/USAMO qualification and are willing to work one hour on a single math Olympiad problem.