- The title of this article has been capitalized due to technical restrictions. The correct title should be iTest.
The iTest (formerly the American High School Internet Mathematics Competition) is a team-based math competition for high school students. The difficulty in the test is varied, ranging from simple arithmetic problems to complex Olympiad problems. Winning teams earn recent technology prizes like a video game console of their choice.
|Type: Multiple Choice, Free Response, Proof
MC Questions: 1-4.5
Prior to 2008, the iTest has multiple choice, free response, and an "Ultimate" question. In the multiple choice questions, there is 1 choice on the first problem, 2 choices on the second problem, and so on. The "Ultimate" question is a series of 10 questions where each question requires the answer of a previous problem, much like the relay questions of the ARML. There were also 4 tiebreaker proof questions.
In the 2008 iTest, there are 100 free response questions with a storyline attached that connects most of the problems. Unlike previous years, ties will solely be broken by submission time.
The 2007 and 2008 iTest also have a Tournament of Champions, a series of harder free response problems.