Our students have been achieving on a high level through the years, and we have improved our performances every year!
Random Math AIME Qualifiers
The American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME) is an annual competition, where the top 2.5% of students qualify through the AMC 10. It is a 3 hours, 15 questions, short answer computational test.
In 2017, for the first time, Random Math had an AIME qualifier - 6th grader Nilay Mishra. The next year that number exploded to 7. In 2019, the number multiplied to 21, and finally this year we have 54 AIME qualifiers.
The goal for next year is to obtain 100 AIME qualifiers.
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).
In 2020, 6% of USA(J)MO qualifiers attend Random Math
The USA(J)MO is America's national olympiad, where students qualify by performing in the top 150 of all AIME qualifiers.
Top scorers on the USA(J)MO are invited to the Math Olympiad Program (MOP), from which the U.S. IMO team is selected.
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).
10 Random Math USA(J)MO Qualifiers
This year, 10 Random Math students have qualified for the USA (Junior) Mathematics Olympiad.
The USA(J)MO is an intensive test lasting 9 hours in total, split between 2 days. There are a total of 6 proof - based questions to be answered in that time.