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, For Gifted Students: Academic Competitions
, Grade Level: High School
||American Regions Math League (ARML)
||This is an annual national mathematics competition. High school students form teams of 15 to represent their city, state, county or school and compete against the best students from the United States and Canada. The event consists of Team, Power, Individual and Relay rounds and usually takes place the first Saturday after Memorial Day. Currently, ARML is held simultaneously at three sites: Penn State, The University of Iowa and The University of Nevada - Las Vegas. The ARML Power Contest is open to classes of high school students and consists of several "long answer" problems to which the class submits a single solution written during a 45 minute period.
||Contributed by: Parent on 3/29/2004
It is indeed one of the best math team competitions around. Unfortunately, ARML has the worst website that I have ever seen - one will not able to learn much of anything about ARML from its website. But don't let it discourage you.
My suggestion is to contact your local math circles or math departments of universities near you.
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