AMC Intensive Prep
Areteem offers many different courses, workshops, and reviews for students preparing for math competitions like the American Math Contest series (AMC 8, AMC 10/12, AIME, USA(J)MO), MathCounts, and ZIML.
Areteem's Math Challenge (MC) courses provide systematic coverage of the fundamental knowledge and problem solving skills needed to succeed in math contests. These courses are available online as either live courses (meeting each week) or as self-paced (including recorded video lectures). Click on any of the course names below for additional information.
- MC I-A and MC I-B provide knowledge needed for AMC 8 as well as school and chapter MathCounts.
- MC I-C provides knowledge for students making the jump from AMC 8 to AMC 10 and knowledge needed for chapter and state MathCounts.
- MC II-A provides knowledge needed for the AMC 10 and state and national MathCounts.
- MC II-B provides knowledge needed for the AMC 12 and national MathCounts.
- MC III and MC IV provide knowledge needed for the AIME and USA(J)MO competitions.
Prep Courses, Workshops, and Individualized/Group Learning
Additional options for preparing for math competitions are also available.
- Prep Courses (available for registration below) are typically 8 week online courses designed to give an accelerated overview of topics needed for various math competitions. These courses cover the most important knowledge points and feature practice problems from old math competitions.
- Workshops (click here for more information) are typically one or two day training courses (either held locally or online) that provide a quick review of important material.
- Intensive Training (see the Intensive Training folder below) is small group lessons for dedicated students who wish to rapidly improve. This training requires Areteem approval, please apply to get started.
- Private Lessons (application information available below) are available for dedicated students who wish to work with an instructor one-on-one. Private lessons require Areteem approval, and is typically reserved for returning students.