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Registration is not open currently for any competitive math tournaments.
Random Math students have a lot of success in competitive math tournaments. Our math training program helps students build a strong problem solving foundation that allows them to perform well at various math tournaments. We also offer math summer camps annually for more focused math competition training. Find out more about AMC math contest practice summer camps here.
Our coaches work with students in a targeted, hands-on approach by gauging their mathematical proficiency level through class participation, practice test results, and homework problem sets. Coaches closely monitor students to track their progress and targeted practice is given to each individual to address their areas of weakness.
Through the Competitive Program, coaches guide students to understand tough concepts and solve extremely difficult problems. During class, students also sharpen their problem-solving skills by sharing their tactics and solutions and learning from each other.
Students receive necessary practice to retain their knowledge, develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and improve their speed through the Accelerator Program.
Each student is expected to put in at least 3 hours of hard work each week outside of class time. During competition season, students are expected to put in at least 5-7 hours of work outside of class time each week, and additional class sessions are held for preparation.
Random Math is currently an official test center for AMC. We will communicate all instructions to register your child for AMC Competitions.
Random Math also organizes teams of its students to compete in tournaments such as the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament and Stanford Math Tournament. Students will be notified ahead of time to register for a math tournament, and coaches will work with teams of students to ensure that they are registered on time for the tournaments.
The AMC 8, AMC 10, and AMC 12 competitions are limited to students grades 8 and under, grades 10 and under, and grades 12 and under, respectively. The AIME and USA(J)MO do not have age limits.
Certain tournaments are limited to a specific school level. For more detailed information on the age restrictions of current tournaments, please see our page: https://www.randommath.com/tournaments.
Yes. The Accelerator Program provides year-round specialized practice specific to different competitions and skills and targets topics that students are struggling with as a class.
Random Math places emphasis on building up problem-solving skills throughout the whole year. Our curriculum allows students to deeply engage with concepts from four units over the entire year: number theory, algebra, geometry, and combinatorics. Once students achieve a mastery of all four topics, they are able to achieve their goals for math competitions like the AIME and USA(J)MO.
Over the summer, Random Math also provides intense, competitive camps for students to succeed over their peers; students who make the most of their time in our summer camps are able to improve their mathematical proficiency level by one to two years. For more information on our summer camps, please visit our page: https://www.randommath.com/summer-camps.
Random Math also provides additional class and practice sessions in the two to three months before an important competition such as the AMC 10/12, AIME, and USA(J)MO. Current Random Math students are added to a preparation course for their appropriate-level AMC Competition free of charge. Through this self-learning AMC-Accelerator course, students will have access to additional mock tests, class sessions to review solutions and ask questions, and classes to review difficult concepts.
Our Competitive and Accelerator Programs specifically prepare students for MAA Competitions like the AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, AIME, and USA(J)MO and nationwide tournaments like the Exeter Math Club Contest (EMCC) and Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT).
In the 2021-22 school year, 86% of Random Math students (108 total) who took the AIME-preparation course qualified for the AIME and 67% of Random Math students (23 total) who took the USA(J)MO-preparation course qualified for the USA(J)MO.
Top students at Random Math have ranked 1st in the individual rounds of the HMMT and EMCC contests and have also won at the National Math Counts Competitions.
For more information about our students’ achievements, please visit our page: https://www.randommath.com/results/results-2020-2021.