North Texas and Metroplex Math Circle participants were well represented in both the team and individual results at this year’s Texas State MATHCOUNTS competition. Congratulations to all of the participants.
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Congratulations to all of the teams and individuals from our local MATHCOUNTS chapter who are advancing to state. You will see in the list below many regular Metroplex Math Circle participants:
It looks like the US team had a strong showing this year with 5 gold medals and 1 silver coming in behind Korea and China.
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Please use the comments below to congratulate these students many of whom attend the Metroplex Math Circle.
Posted in Competitions, math circle, tagged Fort Settlement Middle School, Harmony School of Excellence, Jeffrey Huang, MATHCOUNTS, Michael Ma, Rice Middle School, Texas, Vinjai Vale on March 25, 2012 | 1 Comment »
Our MMC regulars: Vinjai Vale, Michael Ma and Jeffrey Huang continued their success this weekend in Austin at the State MATHCOUNTS competition. Jeffrey came in first, Michael received second and Vinjai received 7th place all in their first year of eligibility! Michael and Jeffrey will now represent Texas at nationals! Please join us in congratulating the boys by liking this post.
Top 3 team round schools: 1st place, Ft. Settlement Middle school from Sugarland, 2nd – Rice Middle school and 3rd – Harmony School of Excellence from Houston.
The Preston Trail Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition was held at UT Dallas today. We would like to congratulate all of the participants but especially the three winners of the Countdown round who are all regular Metroplex Math Circle attendees:
Best of luck at the state competition in Austin!
The American Mathematics Contest (AMC) is an extremely important contest for any students interested in pursuing a STEM education and career. Many of the elite universities use AMC scores to sort out the many applicants who easily achieve 800 SAT math scores.
Our Metroplex Math Circle students are particularly fortunate to have access to Dr. Titu Andreescu as they prepare themselves to take the test. Dr. Andreescu was the director of the AMC and coach of the US International Mathematical Olympiad team, whose members are selected from among the very best performers in the AMC, AIME and USAMO sequence of contests.
Students should make sure that their schools are offering the A version of the AMC 10 and 12 tests on February 7th. For those students who do not have access to the test at their school or who are homeschooled, Dr. Andreescu will be offering the test at UT Dallas on February 22, 2012. Please leave a comment below if you would like to register to take the test at UT Dallas so we can order sufficient tests.
The “10″ and “12″ refer to the maximum grade in which the test may be taken, however, there is no lower limit on the age of the participant. Many of our younger students take it with the goal of improving their performance each year and identifying areas to focus their studies. One extraordinary elementary student, under Dr. Andreescu’s tutelage, even achieved a perfect score on the AMC 10!