AMC 12 Problem Series Online Math Course
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AMC 12 Problem Series

Preparation for the AMC 12, the first test in the series of contests that determine the United States team for the International Mathematics Olympiad. Many top colleges also request AMC scores as part of the college application process. The course consists of discussion of problems from past exams, as well as strategies for taking the test. The course also includes a practice AMC 12 test.

12 weeks

12 weeks  


Mar 17 - Jun 2
7:30 - 9:00
Mar 17 - Jun 2
7:30 - 9:00 PM Eastern
6:30 - 8:00 PM Central
5:30 - 7:00 PM Mountain
4:30 - 6:00 PM Pacific
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Summer 2020This course will be offered in Summer 2020. Click here to join our mailing list to be notified when the course schedule is available.

AoPS Holidays

There are no classes May 23–25, July 3–5, and September 5–7.

Who Should Take?

Our AMC 12 course is designed for high-school students who have completed an algebra and geometry course and can currently score 80+ on the AMC 12 contest. Students not yet meeting this standard should instead consider Introduction to Geometry, Introduction to Counting & Probability, Introduction to Number Theory, or one of our Intermediate courses. Students who consistently score 120+ on the AMC 12 would probably not benefit from this course and should instead consider our AIME A and AIME B courses.


Lesson 1 Quadratics, Vieta, and Factorization
Lesson 2 Solving Equations and Systems
Lesson 3 Sequences and Series
Lesson 4 Functions and Polynomials
Lesson 5 Tools of Algebra
Lesson 6 Triangles
Lesson 7 Circles
Lesson 8 Polygons and Three-Dimensional Geometry
Lesson 9 Counting and Probability
Lesson 10 Number Theory
Lesson 11 Trigonometry and Complex Numbers
Lesson 12 Coordinates and Graphs

In general, I benefited a lot from this class. I was exposed to new topic matter and learned plenty of new information that is sure to aid me in future math competitions and endeavors.

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