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RM Tournaments -
Silicon Valley Math Tournament

The 2024 Silicon Valley Math Tournament is over, but registration for the 2025 tournament will be released soon!

Qualifying Rounds (Online Only): Saturday, May 25th - Sunday, June 2nd
Tie -Breaker if needed:
Saturday, June 8th  4:00-5:00 pm
Awards: Saturday, June 8th 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Venue for Tie-Breaker and Awards:
21251 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino CA

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AIME 2024 Problems and Solutions are available on our AIME page

RM Tournaments - SVMT

SVMT is open to students across the globe!

  • The Silicon Valley Math Tournament is an annual tournament hosted by RM Tournaments that gives students an opportunity to apply their knowledge, creativity and math skills to solve challenging problems.
  • The tournament is designed for elementary and middle school students
    (Grades 1-8).
  • This year, SVMT will be hosted online and is open to students across
    the United States.
  • Register for SVMT.
  • Registrations for the 2025 competition will open soon. 

    Registration deadline: TBD
    We have limited slots available. If slots fill up, we will close registration early. 

    Further information on logistics will be sent to all registered participants after registration is received.

This year we will be conducting tournaments across 4 divisions:

  • Elementary 1 (E1): Grades 1 and 2 
    Elementary 2 (E2): Grades 3 and 4

    Middle School 1 (M1): Grades 5 and 6
    Middle School 2 (M2): Grades 7 and 8

    Please note: Members of a team should be from the same division and same school.

The tournament will consist of the following events:

Individual Event - Speed Round (30 minutes)
  • The Speed Round consists of 50 problems in 30 minutes. Students are required to work on their own.

    Each student's individual score will be added to compute the overall school score for the top school award.

Individual Event - Accuracy Round (60 minutes)
  • The Accuracy Round consists of 25 problems in 60 minutes. Students are required to work on their own.

    Each student's individual score will be added to compute the overall school score for the top school award.

Rules and Regulations

The competition will run from May 25- June 2nd, 2024.

There are several time slots during the week. Please refer to the schedule on the registration page

Students will be invited for tiebreakers if required on June 8th, 2024.
Entry Fee
Standard Registration
$25 per student

Students can participate for free if the entry fee will cause financial hardships. Please send an email to requesting a fee waiver 

We are unable to issue any refunds for entry fees.
Tournament Rules
To solve the problems you  will need a working internet connection as the tournament is online this year.

All exams will be proctored over video call - anyone who is unaccounted for in the proctored sessions will be disqualified.

Calculators, graph papers, geometrical instruments, and electronics are not permitted during the examination.
Team composition
All members of a team should be from the same division and same school. We encourage students to form teams on their own, but if needed we can help place individuals in a team.

Each team can have up to 5 students. Note that teams with fewer students will be at a disadvantage since individual scores count towards the final team tournament score.

Option 1 - 8:30 to 12:00 p.m.
Option 2 - 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.

Number of spots are limited and requests for specific slots will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.

‍Individual Event - Speed Round (60 minutes)
‍Individual Event - Accuracy Round (60 minutes)
Team Event (30 minutes)


  • Awards Ceremony: Saturday, June 8th 2024 at 5:00 pm PST
    Venue: De Anza College (212510 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino CA)
    The top 10 individuals from each grade will receive certificates and trophies as awards.
  • The top students from divisions M1 and M2 will also receive the following scholarships:
  • * Terms and Conditions of Random Math and "TOGETHER" program apply
  • In addition, the top 20 students in each grade will be eligible to participate in any tournament hosted by Random Math for free (excluding Math Kangaroo and any invitational contest).

    Best Team Award: An Amazon gift card award of $1000 will be provided to the top 10 members of the winning school team ($100 each team member).
  • The top 10 scores of students from the same school will be added to compute the team scores, with 50% weight given to the speed round and 50% weight given to the accuracy round. Only schools with at least 20 members will be eligible for this award. The students can be from any grade or division.

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Results for SVMT 2021-2022

The AMC 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills.
AMC 8 is a national-level middle school math contest, and Random Math students have continuously excelled in it.
  • In 2019, 29 students made it to the top 1% of AMC 8 participants, out of which 9 had a perfect score. An additional 57 students made it into the top 5 - 10%.
  • The AMC 8, hosted by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), is the middle school version of the AMC 10, which is the first of tests in deciding the U.S. IMO team.
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