American Regions Mathematics League

Ages:Middle School, High School

Types:Exam, Tournament

Categories:Mathematics, STEM

Scope:National

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

The American Regions Mathematics League's annual competition brings together the nation's finest students. They meet, compete against, and socialize with one another, forming friendships and sharpening their mathematical skills. Since its inception in 1976, ARML has snowballed, burgeoned, and mushroomed into a national program, involving almost 2000 students and teachers from almost every state. Simply put, ARML is the World Series of mathematics competitions. The competition consists of several events, which include a team round, a power question (in which a team solves proof-oriented questions), an individual round, two relay rounds (in which a contestant solves a problem and passes his/her answer to another team member, who uses this answer to solve another problem), and a super relay. In all, about 120+ teams will participate. A team consists of 15 students, high school age or lower. The competition takes place the weekend immediately following Memorial Day. Most teams arrive on campus Friday afternoon, stay in University dorms, and leave the day after the competition. The competition begins early Saturday morning at Penn State, the University of Georgia, and the University of Iowa, and in the early evening on Friday at UNLV.

Teams of students solve mathematics problems on various topics in four rounds to earn points and advance into higher levels of the competition.

The scoring structure of the contest will be as follows.

Individual Rounds. The Individual Rounds consist of five rounds, each with two questions. One point is awarded for each question answered correctly for a total of 10 points possible per person and 150 points possible per team.

Team Round. The Team Round consists of ten questions. Each correct answer is awarded five points for a total of 50 possible points per team.

Power Round. The Power Round is worth 50 points.

Relay Round. A correct answer submitted in three minutes will be awarded five points; a correct answer submitted in six minutes will be awarded three points. Thus, there are 25 points possible per team for Relay 1 and 25 points possible per team for Relay 2.

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: www.arml.com

Managing Organization: American Regions Mathematics League

Contact:
Michael Curry
sladrian1@aol.com

Entry Fee: $1505

This competition is open to students in Middle School, High School.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

The American Regions Mathematics League's annual competition brings together the nation's finest students. They meet, compete against, and socialize with one another, forming friendships and sharpening their mathematical skills. Since its inception in 1976, ARML has snowballed, burgeoned, and mushroomed into a national program, involving almost 2000 students and teachers from almost every state. Simply put, ARML is the World Series of mathematics competitions. The competition consists of several events, which include a team round, a power question (in which a team solves proof-oriented questions), an individual round, two relay rounds (in which a contestant solves a problem and passes his/her answer to another team member, who uses this answer to solve another problem), and a super relay. In all, about 120+ teams will participate. A team consists of 15 students, high school age or lower. The competition takes place the weekend immediately following Memorial Day. Most teams arrive on campus Friday afternoon, stay in University dorms, and leave the day after the competition. The competition begins early Saturday morning at Penn State, the University of Georgia, and the University of Iowa, and in the early evening on Friday at UNLV.

Process

Teams of students solve mathematics problems on various topics in four rounds to earn points and advance into higher levels of the competition.

Criteria

The scoring structure of the contest will be as follows.

Individual Rounds. The Individual Rounds consist of five rounds, each with two questions. One point is awarded for each question answered correctly for a total of 10 points possible per person and 150 points possible per team.

Team Round. The Team Round consists of ten questions. Each correct answer is awarded five points for a total of 50 possible points per team.

Power Round. The Power Round is worth 50 points.

Relay Round. A correct answer submitted in three minutes will be awarded five points; a correct answer submitted in six minutes will be awarded three points. Thus, there are 25 points possible per team for Relay 1 and 25 points possible per team for Relay 2.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: www.arml.com

Managing Organization: American Regions Mathematics League

Contact:
Michael Curry
sladrian1@aol.com

Entry Fee: $1505

This competition is open to students in Middle School, High School.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.