ASDAN Math Tournament (AMT)
11th ASDAN Math Tournament (AMT)
Date：Aug. 10-11, 2024 (Weekend) , Offline
Most experienced problem writers and graders from Stanford Math Tournament(SMT)
Harvard-MIT Math Tournament(HMMT), Princeton University Math Competition(PUMaC)
Berkeley Math Tournament(BMT) and Johns Hopkins Math Tournament(JHMT)
4-6 students per team
Fun challenges promote social interaction
Dear Math Coaches and Students,
After a three-year epidemic, ASDAN Math Tournament (AMT) is back again!
The AMT is led by a team of students and alumni from top US universities with deep experience in organizing math tournaments. AMT directors have written problems for contests such as the Stanford Math Tournament (SMT), Harvard-MIT Math Tournament (HMMT), Berkeley Math Tournament (BMT), and the Princeton University Math Competition (PUMaC). Our director team brings together highlights from each of these contests into a single event that showcases the essence of a US math tournament.
The AMT is not only a math tournament -- it is also a venue for building a stronger global math community. The AMT community is bound by shared passions and by a shared belief that math is fun. This summer, we will meet to rekindle those connections, and I hope to see you there.
This year is going to be an exciting one, with high school students from schools across the country coming together for one thing: a shared love of Maths! On behalf of this summer's AMT Director Team, I would like to invite you to join us for the this summer—— ASDAN Math Tournament!
Director of ASDAN Math Tournament
Why choose us
Problem Writers and Assessors
Each test paper will be reviewed by 3 graders
Rules and Agenda
• Language: English
• Team Size: 4-6 students per team
• Location: Beijing
• Form and Scoring: Overall Award: Individual round accounted for 20%, Power round accounted for 30%, Team round accounted for 20% and Guts round accounted for 30%.
• Individual round: 80-minute exam consisting of 15 short answer questions, including algebra, geometry, discrete math.
• Power Round: proof question，90 minutes.
• Team Round: 24 questions，60 minutes.
• Tiebreaker: Only the top-ranking players with the same scores in the individual round will participate.
• Guts Round: 90-minute team competition with 8 sets of short answer questions. Each set has 3-4 questions. A team can begin the next set of questions only after completing and submitting the former set.
|18:00-19:30||Math Social 1|
|11:00-12:00||Math Social 2|
|13:00-14:30||Awards Ceremony and Closing|
*The specific time is subject to the actual schedule
AMT Math Challenge & Awards
|Top 3||Hight Distinction||Distinction||Honorable Mention|
|Individual Round||Top 1.2.3||Top 10%||Top 25%||Top 40%|
|Team Round||—||Top 10%||Top 25%||Top 40%|
|Power Round||—||Top 10%||Top 25%||Top 40%|
|Guts Round||—||Top 10%||Top 25%||Top 40%|
|Overall||Top 1.2.3||Top 10%||Top 25%||Top 40%|
ASDAN EPQ Scholarship
Noted：The ASDAN Scholarship is only available to Year 10, 11 and 12 students for participating ASDAN Extended Project Qualification(EPQ). EPQ is recommended by the G5 group and many leading universities as a competitive academic experience. Scholarships cannot be exchanged for cash. For further details see:http://www.seedasdan.org/epq/。
July 21, 2024
- If you apply to refund from the date before the 60 calendar days of the camp, no registration fee will be deducted;
- If your application date is between 60 days and 45 days, 25% of the registration fee will be deducted;
- If your application date is between 45 days and 30 days, 50% of the registration fee will be deducted;
- If your application date is between 30 days and 15 days, 75% of the registration fee will be deducted;
- After the date 15 calendar days before the camp, you will no longer be eligible and won't be able to receive a refund.