Saturday, March 3, 2012

Congratulations to our American Invitational Math Exam qualifiers

Congratulations to all the Albany area students who embraced the "extreme math" challenge of this year's AMC10 and AMC12 contests.

Here are the criteria for invitation to the AIME along with the honor lists:

American Invitational Math Exam (AIME) qualification:
115.5 or above on AMC10A
120 or above on AMC10B
94.5 or above on AMC12A
99 or above on AMC12B

Congratulations and best wishes to the following students from the Albany area who have qualified to take the AIME, the next step in a series of progressively more challenging mathematics exams leading to the International Mathematics Olympiad.

American Invitational Math Exam (AIME) 
AMC12B qualifiers:
Matthew Babbitt (heeg) 117

Wyatt Smith (heeg) 114

Elizabeth Parizh (Niskayuna HS) 99

American Invitational Math Exam (AIME)
AMC10B qualifiers:
Alex Wei (Van Antwerp MS) 135
Ziqing Dong (Farnsworth MS) 126
William Wang (Farnsworth MS) 124.5
Aniket Tolpadi (Niskayuna HS) 123

American Invitational Math Exam (AIME)
AMC12A qualifiers:
Matthew Babbitt (heeg) 130.5
Zubin Mukerjee (Guilderland HS) 102
Sherry He (Emma Willard School) 101
Cecilia Holodak (Niskayuna HS) 99
Wyatt Smith (heeg) 99

J Chung (Emma Willard School) 95
N Xie (Albany Academies) 95

American Invitational Math Exam (AIME)   
AMC10A qualifiers

Alex Wei (Van Antwerp MS) 127.5
Philip Sun (Shenendahoah HS East) 126
William Wang (Farnsworth MS) 123
Patrick Chi (Iroquois MS) 120

Vineet Velandula (Niskayuna HS) 120
Ziqing Dong (Farnsworth MS) 117

Gili Rusak (Shaker HS) 117

Students with light blue backgrounds behind their names are members of Albany Area Math Circle and/or our affiliated middle school outreach programs.  (If you know any of the others--or any other local students who might enjoy our math circle activities, please invite them to subscribe to our email lists by sending an email to for high school students and their parents or for parents of middle school students.)  

Please report any errors or omissions by sending email to mathcircle at gmail.

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