Orange County Math Circle will host the AIME I for all students who qualified through the AMC 10/12. 

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Date and Location


  • Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
  • Time: 
    • 3:30-3:55 (Check-in) 
    • 4:00-7:00 (AIME Exam) 
  • Location: Irvine Chinese School, 9 Truman, Irvine, CA 92620

What to Bring?

  • Number 2 Pencils and Erasers
  • No calculators or cell phones permitted
  • We will provide scratch paper, so please do not bring your own
  • Protractors, Compasses, and Rulers are optional; Please bring your own if you'd like

For more information about the AIME, visit Invitational Competitions.

Those who scored above a 112.5 on the 2017 AMC 10A and 96.0 on the 2017 AMC 12A automatically qualify for the 2017 AIME. 

Those who scored above a 120 on the 2017 AMC 10B and 100.5 on the 2017 AMC 12A automatically qualify for the 2017 AIME. 

Congratulations to the following students on qualifying for the 2017 AIME! These students have placed top 2.5% (on AMC 10 A) and 5% (on AMC 12 A) in their respective exams: 

  • James Chen
  • Andrew Gu 
  • Anthony Tan 
  • Angelica Chi 
  • Terrence Lim 
  • Donghwi Gwon
  • Pranav Kanchi 
  • Ryan Chen
  • Michelle Hung
  • Catherine Cui 
  • Shanglin Dai
  • Benjamin Liu 
  • Anivrit Subramaniam 
  • Anton Than
  • Amy Zhong
  • Max Yu 
  • Jungyeon Lee 
  • Soumya Ravichandran 
  • Joseph Kim 
  • Austin Sun 
  • Suryaprakash Vengadesan 
  • Byeongmin Park 
  • Lia Tian 
  • Sandeep Kambhampati 
  • Joshua Wong 
  • Yuchen Fan 
  • Jae Hwan Lee 
  • Daoming Wang 
  • Lan Jiang 

Please note the above students were only students who qualified from the 10/12A exam. The list will be updated once the 10/12B scores are released. 

The top scoring U. S. citizens and students legally residing in the United States and Canada (with qualifying scores, based on a weighted average) will be invited to take the USAMO.

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