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AMC8/10/12 & AIME Results - 2008

posted Sep 3, 2011, 9:27 PM by Venkata Are
AMC 8
Student Name
GradeSchool RankSchoolCounty
 Sreenath Are 7First Place
Rachel Carson MS Fairfax
 Rohan Banerjee 7Second PlaceRachel Carson MS  Fairfax
 Archis Bhandarkar 7First PlaceNysmithFairfax
 Trisha Potluri 8First PlaceRachel Carson MS  Fairfax
 Anna Pelleti 8First PlaceStone Hill MSLoudoun
 Akshay Keshavamurthy 8First PlaceMercer MSLoudoun
 Gireesh Subramanian 8First PlacePennington Traditional MSPrince  William
 Tarun Kalkoti 8First PlaceMarsteller MSPrince William
 
AMC 10
Student Name
GradeSchool RankSchoolCounty
 Sreenath Are  7First Place Rachel Carson MS  Fairfax
 Rohan Banerjee 7Second PlaceRachel Carson MS  Fairfax
 Archis Bhandarkar 7 First PlaceNysmith Fairfax
 Anna Pelleti 8First PlaceStone Hill MSLoudoun
 Gireesh Subramanian 8First PlacePennington Traditional MSPrince  William
 Tarun Kalkoti 8First PlaceMarsteller MSPrince William  
 
AMC 12
Student Name
GradeSchool RankSchoolCounty
 Sreenath Are  7FirstRachel Carson MS Fairfax
 Rohan Banerjee 7SecondRachel Carson MS Fairfax
 
AIME
Student Name
GradeSchool RankSchoolCounty
 Sreenath Are  7FirstRachel Carson MS Fairfax
 Rohan Banerjee 7Second
Rachel Carson MS Fairfax

* Nation & state wide AMC8 statistics are available at AMC8 official  American Mathematics competitions statistics website
Visit American Mathematics Contest  for more details.
 
About AMC...

The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) is dedicated to the goal of strengthening the mathematical capabilities of our nation’s youth. AMC believes that one way to meet this goal is to identify, recognize and reward excellence in mathematics through a series of national contests called the:
  • American Mathematics Contest 8 (AMC 8), (AMC 10), (AMC 12),
  • American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME), and United States of America Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO).

In addition to the 5 contests listed above, AMC also have a summer program, at which we choose the final six contestants for an international competition:

  • Mathematical Olympiad Summer program (MOSP), and the
  • International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)

For over 50 years many excellent exams have been prepared by individuals throughout our mathematical community in the hope that all secondary students will have an opportunity to participate in these problem solving and enriching mathematics experiences. The AMC contests are intended for everyone from the average student at a typical school who enjoys mathematics to the very best student at the most special school. To insure this mission is served, each year the AMC solicits enrollment by mailing an Invitation Brochure to all schools in the United States teaching grades six through twelve.

Information Source: http://www.unl.edu/amc/whatswhat.shtml

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