IMPORTANT NOTE: This exam is required to be proctored in-person in the classrooms. Please join the meeting on time. The test will be canceled for any one who comes in the classroom 15 minutes late.
The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) 10 /12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra and geometry concepts. It is held in February and for students in grades 10 and below.
It covers many advanced math subjects and requires critical thinking to be able to answer questions in an accurate and timely manner so all questions can be answered in the allotted time.
Contest schedule at the day:
6:00pm arrive and prepare for the test
Have students pre-fill all names and demographic information on their answer sheets prior to the competition. Students must use their full legal name, no nicknames or abbreviations. They should pay careful attention to marking their name and address accurately.
The test will be computer-based e-test so please take your laptop to the classroom on the day. You have to stay with the e-test page all the test. No other aids are permitted other than unmarked scratch paper, graph paper, rulers, protractors, and erasers. Calculators and other electronic devices of any kind are not allowed. The AMC 10 and AMC 12 questions do not require the use of a calculator.
6:45-8:00pm Test time
Students are seated separated by an empty space, if possible.
Talking or asking questions during the competition is not allowed. Students must do their own work.
The announcement to the students will be made when there are 15 minutes left and again when there are 5 minutes left.
When time is up after 75 minutes, Students have to stop and submit their test without any delay.
The competition and solutions may not be discussed with anyone outside of the room either orally or digitally (e.g. email, online, and social media of any type) until 24 hours have passed from the official competition date. The competition booklets will be sent to students by email 24 hours after the competition period is over.
Note: Please be on time. Students who come in 15 minutes later will not be accepted to the exam.