2020 AIME Prep
Update: The online AOIME will be held June 6th. Click here for more information.
The 2020 AIME I will be held on Wednesday, March 11th and the AIME II will be held on Thursday March 19th.
See below for Areteem's offerings for final preparation for this year's AIME competition.
See our AMC Intensive Prep Page by clicking here for more information on year-round offerings to help students prepare for future year competitions.
Workshop and Review Course
The following two options are available for preparation for the AOIME on June 6th.
- The Special 2020 Online AOIME Workshop (available below) is a one day live online workshop covering key concepts and problem solving strategies using previous AIME and other math contest problems.
- The Online AIME Workshop and Review Course Recordings Bundle (available below) provides a great collection of recordings students can use for AIME Preparation. Fundamental concepts, problem solving strategies, practice problems, and Mock AIME Exams all give students the resources they need to succeed on the AIME exam.
Past Review Recordings
Additional recordings from past reviews are available on Edurila.com. Click on an option below for more information and registration.
- General AIME Problem Review: This workshop from 2016 is a general review of the AIME competition that can help students who have just qualified for AIME boost their confidence in taking the competitions, and also help more advanced students refresh their knowledge and skills needed in AIME.
- Advanced AIME Problem Review: This workshop from 2016 reviews the more challenging problems in the AIME competition to help students who can score 6 or more in AIME to further develop their problem-solving skills and work towards the goals of qualifying for the USA Math Olympiad (USAMO) or USA Junior Math Olympiad (USAJMO).
- AIME Problem Review Bundle: Save by purchasing the General and Advanced AIME Problem Reviews in this bundle.
- AIME Algebra Review: This workshop from 2017 reviews past AIME problems. The problems will be chosen from recent competitions, with an emphasis of problems using algebraic techniques. Topics covered will include sequences, logarithms, polynomials, and complex numbers.