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AwesomeToad joined AoPS on April 25, 2009. He owns a blog named [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/blog.php?u=61542 I lost the game!]
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AwesomeToad is a freshman from Indiana who joined AoPS on April 25, 2009 as a 7th grader.
  
AwesomeToad is a freshman who started competition math in 2009, starting with the AMC 8. Since then, he has enjoyed math. He also enjoys chess, tennis, ping-pong, and losing the game.
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AwesomeToad enjoys math, and has participated in contest math since the [[2008 AMC 8]].
  
AwesomeToad is a proud self-proclaimed loser of "the game."
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AwesomeToad also plays Correspondence Chess (see below), tennis, and ping-pong (alternatively called table tennis).
  
=I lost the game=
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=Blog=
AwesomeToad's blog lists contributors as Dojo, eagle2, MaggieKim, PowerOfPi, ksun48, v_Enhance, and myyellowducky82.
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AwesomeToad owns a blog named [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/blog.php?u=61542 I lost the game!]
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==Maintenance==
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[http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/blog.php?u=61542 I lost the game] is maintained by AwesomeToad.
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==Contributors==
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The contributors to [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/blog.php?u=61542 I lost the game] are [[user:Dojo|Dojo]], [[user:MaggieKim|MaggieKim], [[user:myyellowducky82|user:myyellowducky82]], [[user:v_Enhance|v_Enhance]], [[user:ksun48|ksun48]], [[user:blabla4198|blabla4198]], [[user:PowerOfPi|PowerOfPi]], and [[user:eagle2|eagle2]]
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==Controversy==
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"Further disclosure of the situation may cause argument, disagreement, or unnecessary confrontations. To find out, please message AwesomeToad privately."
  
 
=AoPS Wiki=
 
=AoPS Wiki=
AwesomeToad has created the articles titled [[user:AwesomeToad]], [[The Ross Program]], and [[PROMYS]].
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AwesomeToad has created the articles titled [[user:AwesomeToad|AwesomeToad]], [[The Ross Program]], and [[Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists|PROMYS]].
  
 
=AoPS Forum=
 
=AoPS Forum=
  
 
AwesomeToad has 1260 posts and would appreciate frequent rating of his posts.
 
AwesomeToad has 1260 posts and would appreciate frequent rating of his posts.
 
AwesomeToad is currently contemplating a [[Mock AMC]] (10 or 12) to be released in the spring of 2011 before the AMC 10/12A.
 
  
 
=AoPS For the Win=
 
=AoPS For the Win=
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AwesomeToad started FTW2 with a rating of 1200. Currently he is rated 1454.
 
AwesomeToad started FTW2 with a rating of 1200. Currently he is rated 1454.
  
His highest rating, 1571, occured on July 20, 2010. His lowest rating, 1194, occured in January 2010.
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His highest rating, 1571, occured on July 20, 2010. His lowest rating, 1194, occured on January 22, 2010.
  
 
==Game Statistics==
 
==Game Statistics==
AwesomeToad has played a total of 456 games (277 countdown, 179 For the Win) winning 250 of them (184 countdown, 66 For the Win).
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AwesomeToad has played a total of 667 games (409 countdown, 258 For the Win) winning 376 of them (275 countdown, 101 For the Win).
 
 
==Accomplishments==
 
AwesomeToad currently boasts a rating of 1533. His highest rating occured yesterday, at 1569. His biggest upsets of the week were a win against mathlead, and a loss against MaggieKim.
 
 
 
AwesomeToad credits his rating success to his great countdown skills. In particular his rating on For the Win! games is only 1294, while his countdown rating is 1560.
 
  
 
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=[[Chess]]=
 
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AwesomeToad plays USCF-rated correspondence chess (email matches). He is currently rated 1588.
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AwesomeToad ended January 2009 with a USCF rating of 1285. After a 16-month break, he started to play in the USCF Correspondence Chess (email chess) League. Currently he has a rating of 1588, his highest to date.
''This section is incomplete. Please private message AwesomeToad for more information.''
 
  
 
=[[Standardized Tests]]=
 
=[[Standardized Tests]]=

Revision as of 20:11, 7 August 2010

AwesomeToad is a freshman from Indiana who joined AoPS on April 25, 2009 as a 7th grader.

AwesomeToad enjoys math, and has participated in contest math since the 2008 AMC 8.

AwesomeToad also plays Correspondence Chess (see below), tennis, and ping-pong (alternatively called table tennis).

Blog

AwesomeToad owns a blog named I lost the game!

Maintenance

I lost the game is maintained by AwesomeToad.

Contributors

The contributors to I lost the game are Dojo, [[user:MaggieKim|MaggieKim], user:myyellowducky82, v_Enhance, ksun48, blabla4198, PowerOfPi, and eagle2

Controversy

"Further disclosure of the situation may cause argument, disagreement, or unnecessary confrontations. To find out, please message AwesomeToad privately."

AoPS Wiki

AwesomeToad has created the articles titled AwesomeToad, The Ross Program, and PROMYS.

AoPS Forum

AwesomeToad has 1260 posts and would appreciate frequent rating of his posts.

AoPS For the Win

Ratings

AwesomeToad started FTW2 with a rating of 1200. Currently he is rated 1454.

His highest rating, 1571, occured on July 20, 2010. His lowest rating, 1194, occured on January 22, 2010.

Game Statistics

AwesomeToad has played a total of 667 games (409 countdown, 258 For the Win) winning 376 of them (275 countdown, 101 For the Win).

Math Competitions

Results

Middle school competitions

  • Mathcounts
    • 2009 -
      • 36, 7th place individual in school (lol)
      • 41, 4th place individual/1st place team in chapter
      • 25, 45th place individual/3rd place team in state
    • 2010 -
      • 42, 2nd place individual in school (lol)
      • 45, 2nd place individual/1st place team in chapter
      • 41, 5th place (after a tiebreaker for 3rd) individual/3rd place team in state
  • AMC 8
    • 2009 - 21, honorable mention
    • 2010 - 22, honorable mention

High school competitions

American Mathematics Competitions

  • AMC 10
    • 2009 - 93 (A)
    • 2010 - 114 (A), 115.5 (B)

Other competitions

Goals

AwesomeToad has formulated several goals for the upcoming years for specific contests. Each particular contests goals assume qualification for the preceding contests in the series.

I lost the game!

AMC Series

  • AMC 10
    • 2011- 150 (A)
    • 2012- 150 (A)
  • AMC 12
    • 2011- 132+ (B)
    • 2012- 144+ (B)
    • 2013- 150+ (B)
    • 2014- 150+ (B)
  • AIME
    • 2011- 10+
    • 2012- 12+
    • 2013- 14+
    • 2014- 15
  • USAJMO (Assuming a non-USAMO qualification)
    • 2011- 20+
    • 2012- 30+
  • USAMO (Assuming a non-USAJMO qualification)
    • 2011- 5+
    • 2012- 15+
    • 2013- 25+
    • 2014- 30+
  • MOP
    • 2011-
    • 2012- Red MOP
    • 2013- Blue MOP
    • 2014- Black MOP

Other Competitions

  • ARML
    • 2011- 6+ individual
    • 2012- 7+ individual
    • 2013- 8+ individual
    • 2014- 10 individual
  • USAMTS
    • 2011- 80+ (Silver)
    • 2012- 90+ (Silver)
    • 2013- 96+ (Gold)
    • 2014- 100 (Gold)

Math Programs

MathPath

AwesomeToad attended MathPath in summer 2010, along with users which include:

During that time, AwesomeToad took courses in Mathematics of Sudoku, Analytical Geometry I, Number Theory II, Game Theory, Problem Writing, Topology, AIME problems, and Olympiad Geometry.

Canada/USA Mathcamp

AwesomeToad hopes to attend Mathcamp in the summer of 2011.

Other Programs

AwesomeToad hopes to qualify for and attend one of the The Ross Program, Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS), or the Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics (HCSSiM).

AoPS Relationships

AwesomeToad has listed his friends (in no particular order) as

AwesomeToad currently lists no foes.

Chess

AwesomeToad ended January 2009 with a USCF rating of 1285. After a 16-month break, he started to play in the USCF Correspondence Chess (email chess) League. Currently he has a rating of 1588, his highest to date.

Standardized Tests

Results

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT I)

  • 2010: Total 2160
    • 570 Critical Reading
    • 770 Mathematics
    • 780 Writing

SAT Subject Tests (SAT II)

ACT

This Article

This article is maintained by AwesomeToad, beginning with June 2010.

AwesomeToad acknowledges PowerOfPi for the format of this article.

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