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Results for AMC 8
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.
In 2018, Random Math had 72 students who won an award at the AMC 8.
The AMC 8 is a premier middle school competition, hosted by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). 27 students scored in the top 1% of this test, and the remaining 45 were among the top 5-10% of test takers.
The 2018 AMC 8 cutoffs were 25/25 for a Perfect Score, 19/25 for Distinguished Honor Roll, 15/25 for Honor Roll, and 15/25 for Achievement Roll.
The AIME is the second exam in the series of exams used to challenge bright students on the path toward choosing the team that represents the United States at the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO).
21 AIME qualifiers
The top 2.5% of the AMC 10 test-takers are invited to take the AIME, a 3 hour, 15 question test.
Random Math had a total of 21 AIME qualifiers in 2019, which comprises of over 1% of all AIME qualifiers across the nation.
The USA(J)MO is the third test in a series of exams used to challenge bright students on the path toward choosing the team that represents the United States at the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO).
In 2019, Random Math had 2 USA(J)MO qualifiers.
The USAJMO is a 6 question, 9 hour long test split across 2 days. The top scorers are invited to the Math Olympiad Program (MOP), from which the U.S. IMO team is selected.
8th graders Nilay Mishra and Amol Rama have qualified to be in the top 200 students in the AIME. Random Math students comprise of 1% of all USA(J)MO qualifiers across the nation.