Both the AMC 10 and AMC 12 are 25-question, 75-minute multiple choice examinations, with 10-15 questions in common to both contests.
The AMC 10A and AMC 12A are offered on the same day, as well as AMC 10B/AMC 12B. So you can take two AMC’s officially in a year.
In 2016, the AMC 10A and AMC 12A have 14 questions in common, while the AMC 10B and AMC 12B have 12 questions in common, as shown in the following two tables.
2016 AMC 10A |
2016 AMC 12A |
# 1 |
# 1 |
# 2 |
# 2 |
# 4 |
# 3 |
# 7 |
# 4 |
# 9 |
# 6 |
# 11 |
# 8 |
# 13 |
# 10 |
# 17 |
# 13 |
# 18 |
# 14 |
# 21 |
# 15 |
# 22 |
# 18 |
# 23 |
# 20 |
# 24 |
# 21 |
# 25 |
# 22 |
Click HERE to see all 14 problems appeared on both the 2016 AMC 10A and AMC 12A.
2016 AMC 10B |
2016 AMC 12B |
# 1 |
# 1 |
# 3 |
# 3 |
# 7 |
# 4 |
# 9 |
# 6 |
# 10 |
# 8 |
# 11 |
# 9 |
# 13 |
# 10 |
# 14 |
# 11 |
# 15 |
# 12 |
# 16 |
# 14 |
# 17 |
# 15 |
# 21 |
# 18 |
Click HERE to see all 12 problems appeared on both the 2016 AMC 10B and AMC 12B.
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