120 Full-length Official AMC Tests are a Golden Resource to Our AMC 10/12 Prep Program

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American Mathematics Competitions are dedicated to strengthening the mathematical capabilities of our nation’s youth, and are the first of a series of competitions in high school mathematics that determine the United States team for the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

We collected 120 full-length official AMC 10/12 tests containing 3,060 problems, as described in Table 1 and 2. Particularly, we extracted additional 3,000 brand new problems at the level of the AMC 10/12, taken from the licensed AMC Database. In addition, we also collected all official AMC 8/10/12 and AIME Solutions as shown in the article “American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) Materials.” All these materials have formed a golden resource for our students, who are the ultimate beneficiaries.

All problems from past AMC 10/12 exams (2000-2017) and AHSME (1950–1999) form our “big data” system. The AHSME (American High School Mathematics Examination) was the former name of the AMC, before 2000. Based on  artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning, we devised a data mining and predictive analytics tool for math problem similarity searching. Using this powerful tool, we examined the types, styles, frequencies, characteristics, and traits of questions in all these materials, and then completely “decoded” the AMC 10/12.

We always show all the “secret code” cracked from the above big data to our students, and teach them to totally grasp and “control” the AMC. For all questions on the recent AMC contests, we can find their “ancestors” and “roots” from the old AMC problems. Therefore, the best way to prepare for the contest is to practice by solving old AMC problems.

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Table 1: List of Official AMC 10/12 Problem Sets

Year AMC 10 AMC 12
Problem Set Number of Problems Problem Set Number of Problems
2017 AMC 10A, 10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2016 AMC 10A, 10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2015 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2014 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2013 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2012 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2011 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2010 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2009 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2008 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2007 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2006 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2005 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2004 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2003 AMC 10A10B 50 AMC 12A, 12B 50
2002 AMC 10A10B10P 75 AMC 12A, 12B, 12P 75
2001 AMC 10 25 AMC 12 25
2000 AMC 10 25 AMC 12 25
Total 35 Problem Sets 875 Problems 35 Problem Sets 875 Problems

The American High School Mathematics Examination (AHSME) began in 1950, which was the first exam in the series of exams used to challenge bright students, grades 12 and below, on the path toward choosing the team that represents the United States at the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO). The AHSME split into AMC10 and AMC12 in 2000.

Table 2: List of AHSME Problem Sets

Year Problem Set Number of Problems
1999 AHSME 30
1998 AHSME 30
1997 AHSME 30
1996 AHSME 30
1995 AHSME 30
1994 AHSME 30
1993 AHSME 30
1992 AHSME 30
1991 AHSME 30
1990 AHSME 30
1989 AHSME 30
1988 AHSME 30
1987 AHSME 30
1986 AHSME 30
1985 AHSME 30
1984 AHSME 30
1983 AHSME 30
1982 AHSME 30
1981 AHSME 30
1980 AHSME 30
1979 AHSME 30
1978 AHSME 30
1977 AHSME 30
1976 AHSME 30
1975 AHSME 30
1974 AHSME 30
1973 AHSME 35
1972 AHSME 35
1971 AHSME 35
1970 AHSME 35
1969 AHSME 35
1968 AHSME 35
1967 AHSME 40
1966 AHSME 40
1965 AHSME 40
1964 AHSME 40
1963 AHSME 40
1962 AHSME 40
1961 AHSME 40
1960 AHSME 40
1959 AHSME 50
1958 AHSME 50
1957 AHSME 50
1956 AHSME 50
1955 AHSME 50
1954 AHSME 50
1953 AHSME 50
1952 AHSME 50
1951 AHSME 50
1950 AHSME 50
Total 50 Problem Sets 1310 Problems

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