Math Olympiad is the greatest and most challenging academic contest for school students. Brilliant school students from over 100 countries participate in it every year.
Cheenta works with small groups of gifted students through an intense training program. It is a deeply personalized journey toward intellectual prowess and technical sophistication.
Math Olympiad curriculum comprises of four broad topics:
The problems require a deep understanding of fundamental concepts as well as advanced problem-solving skills.
Here is a brief sketch of our curriculum:
Levels, Schedule, and Eligibility
In United States, there are 3 or 4 levels of math olympiad. Students of 8th through 11th grade may participate.
AMC 8, 10, 12 (American Math Contest)
an objective type screening test
AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination)
numerical answer type problems
USAJMO / USAMO
a broad answer type test usually conducted in January or February
Training Camp (MOSP) and International Math Olympiad
in the month of May through June
The broad answer tests are usually 3 to 4 hours long. Each consisting of 6 questions that require written responses.
Admission to Cheenta Math Olympiad Program is highly selective. It consists of an online interview and a test.
Student of sixth grade onward may apply (advanced students of lower classes are also encouraged to apply).
E Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to schedule an interview. Send us your phone number and skype id during application.