2020 AMC 10/12B Results

Here are the overall results for students who took the 2020 AMC 10B and AMC 12B contests at Bard College:

School AMC 12B Statistics

  • Average score for entire school is: 80.8
  • Average score for grade 12 is: 74.6 (4 Students)
  • Average score for grade 11 is: 81.0 (1 Student)
  • Average score for grade 9 is: 93.0 (2 Students)
  • AMC 12B School Team Score is: 267.00 (Team is defined as the 3 highest scores.)

Top AMC 12B scores at Bard

  • Anonymous, 105.0 points (9th grade, age 15)
  • Emily Ma, 81.0 points (11th grade, age 16, Spackenkill High School)
  • Anonymous, 81.0 points (9th grade, age 15)

School AMC 10B Statistics

  • Average score for entire school is: 61.5
  • Average score for grade 10 is: 52.1 (4 Students)
  • Average score for grade 9 is: 58.0 (3 Students)
  • Average score for grade 8 is: 85.5 (2 Students)
  • AMC 10B School Team Score is: 258.00 (Team is defined as the 3 highest scores.)

Top AMC 10B Scores at Bard

  • Aegus Kim, 96.0 points (8th grade, age 14, Eastchester Middle School)
  • Trevor Brooks, 87.0 points (9th grade, age 14, Oakwood Friends School)
  • Anonymous, 75.0 points (8th grade, age 14)

Solutions to the 2020 AMC 10 and 12 contests are available on the Art of Problem Solving webpage:

Schools Represented

  • Arlington High School
  • Bard Academy at Simon’s Rock
  • Eastchester Middle School
  • John Jay High School
  • New Paltz High School
  • Niskayuna High School
  • Oakwood Friends School
  • Red Hook High School
  • Spackenkill High School
  • Todd Middle School
  • VanWyck Middle School

 

2019 AMC 10/12B Results

Here are the overall results for students who took the 2019 AMC 10B and AMC 12B contests at Bard College:

School AMC 12B Statistics

  • Average score for entire school is: 67.3
  • Average score for grade 11 is: 67.3 (7 Students)
  • AMC 12B School Team Score is: 234.00 (Team is defined as the 3 highest scores.)

Top AMC 12B scores at Bard

  • Anonymous, 84.0 points (11th grade, age 16)
  • Anonymous, 81.0 points (11th grade, age 15)
  • Anonymous, 69.0 points (11th grade, age 16)

School AMC 10B Statistics

  • Average score for entire school is: 60.7
  • Average score for grade 10 is: 61.5 (10 Students)
  • Average score for grade 9 is: 60.6 (5 Students)
  • Average score for grade 8 is: 36.0 (1 Students)
  • Average score for grade 7 is: 69.0 (2 Students)
  • AMC 10B School Team Score is: 277.50 (Team is defined as the 3 highest scores.)

Top AMC 10B Scores at Bard

  • Emily Ma, 93.0 points (10th grade, age 15, Spackenkill High School)
  • Sanjay Natesan, 93.0 points (10th grade, age 15, John Jay Senior High School)
  • Aegus Kim, 91.5 points (7th grade, age 13, Eastchester Middle School), Certificate of Achievement

Solutions to the 2019 AMC 10 and 12 contests are available on the Art of Problem Solving webpage:

 

 

 

2018 AMC 10/12B

Here are the overall results for students who took the 2018 AMC10/12 B contests at Bard College:

School AMC 12 Statistics
Average score for entire school is: 31.5
Average score for grade 11 is: 31.5 (1 Student)

Top score at Bard
31.5 (11th grader)

School AMC 10 Statistics
Average score for entire school is: 63.9
Average score for grade 10 is: 73.1 (4 Students)
Average score for grade 9 is: 59.3 (10 Students)
Average score for grade 8 is: 63.0 (2 Students)
Average score for grade 6 is: 61.5 (1 Students)

Top AMC 10 Scores at Bard
99.0 points (10th grader)
96.0 points (9th grader)
Stephen Dong, 78 points (10th grader, age 15, Kingston High School)

2015 AMC 10/12B

We offered the AMC 10/12B Contests at Bard College on Wednesday, February 25. Thirty students participated.

You may find the questions, answers and solutions here: AoPS AMC 10B Wiki | AoPS AMC 10B Wiki

The AMC 10/12B program featured the math contest, pizza, and then a math talk by Marist math professor Joe Kirtland on The Mathematics of Data Security.

Bard 2015 Results on AMC 12B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 6
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 298.50 = 114.0 + 96.0 + 88.5
Average score for entire school is: 86.8
Average score for grade 12 is: 82.5 (3 Students)
Average score for grade 11 is: 91.0 (3 Students)

Bard 2015 Results on AMC 10B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 24
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 363 = 133.5 + 115.5 + 114.0
Average score for entire school is: 86.9
Average score for grade 10 is: 111.4 (4 Students)
Average score for grade 9 is: 84.3 (10 Students)
Average score for grade 8 is: 77.5 (6 Students)
Average score for grade 7 is: 87.8 (2 Students)
Average score for grade 6 is: 78.0 (2 Students)

Top scores at Bard (names withheld, pending student permission):

AMC 12B

  • Ashna Gupta, 114 points (11th grade, age 16, John Jay High School) AIME Qualifier! 
  • Anonymous, 96 points 
  • Anonymous, 88.5 points

AMC 10B     

  • Michael Liu, 133.5 points (10th grade, age 15, Kingston High School) AIME Qualifier!       
  • Anonymous, 115.5 points     
  • Karthik Ledalla, 114 points (10th grade, age 15, John Jay High School)

AMC 10 Certificate of Achievement
(for students in grades 8 and below who score a 90 or above on the AMC 10 contest)     

  • Rachel Li, 94.5 points (8th grade, age 14, Orville A. Todd Middle School)    
  • Keshav Ramji, 94.5 points (7th grade, age 11, Union Vale Middle School)

Mid-Hudson Valley Schools represented:

  1. John Jay High School, East Fishkill
  2. Germantown Central School, Germantown
  3. Kingston High School, Kingston
  4. Spackenkill High School, Spackenkill
  5. Union Vale Middle School, Lagrangeville
  6. Arlington High School, Lagrangeville
  7. Home School
  8. Lagrange Middle School, LaGrange
  9. Linden Avenue Middle School, Red Hook
  10. MC Miller Middle School, Kingston
  11. Orville A. Todd Middle School, Poughkeepsie
  12. Suffern Senior High School, Suffern
  13. Van Wyck Junior High School, Wappingers Falls
  14. Wappingers Junior High School, Wappingers

2016 AMC 10/12B

We offered the AMC 10/12B Contests at Bard College on Wednesday, February 17, 2016. Thirty Four students participated.

You may find the questions, answers and solutions here: AoPS AMC 10B Wiki | AoPS AMC 12B Wiki

The AMC 10/12B program featured the math contest, pizza, and then a math talk by Bardmath professor Amir Barghi on Topographic Maps.

Bard 2016 Results on AMC 12B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 7
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 303.0 = 103.5 + 102.0 + 97.5
(For scoring between 300 and 399, Bard was awarded a School Certificate of Merit.)
Average score for entire school is: 88.1
Average score for grade 12 is: 93.0 (2 Students)
Average score for grade 11 is: 86.1 (5 Students)


Bard 2016 Results on AMC 10B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 27
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 351.0 = 123.0 + 120.0 + 108.0
Average score for entire school is: 81.6
Average score for grade 10 is: 95.3 (6 Students)
Average score for grade 9 is: 74.3 (11 Students)
Average score for grade 8 is: 80.1 (5 Students)
Average score for grade 7 is: 81.5 (3 Students)
Average score for grade 6 is: 84.8 (2 Students)

Top scores at Bard (names withheld, pending student permission):

AMC 12B

  • Vincent Li, 103.5 points (11th grade, age 17, Spackenkill High School), AIME Qualifier
  • Michael Liu, 102.0 points (11th grade, age 16, Kingston High School), AIME Qualifier
  • Anonymous, 97.5 points
  • Karthik Ledalla, 94.5 points (11th grade, age 16, John Jay High School)

AMC 10B  

  • Gabriel Kammer, 123.0 points (10th grade, age 15, Niskayuna High School), AIME Qualifier, Certificate of Distinction
  • Daniel Knop, 120.0 points (10th grade, age 15, Arlington High School), AIME Qualifier, Certificate of Distinction
  • Sanath Kumar, 108.0 points (9th grade, age 13, The Harvey School)

AMC 10 Certificate of Achievement (for students in grades 8 and below who score a 90 or above on the AMC 10 contest)

  • Anonymous, 99.0 points
  • Owen Dugan, 90.0 points (7th grade, age 12, Homeschool)
  • Tatiana Malcevic, 90.0 points (8th grade, age 13, Van Antwerp Middle School)

Schools represented:

  1. Acadia Middle School, Clifton Park, NY 12065
  2. Arlington High School, Lagrangeville, NY 12540
  3. East Lyme High School, East Lyme, CT 06333
  4. Fox Lane High School, Bedford, NY 10506
  5. Homeschool
  6. Iroquois Middle School, Schenectady, NY 12309
  7. John Jay High School, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
  8. Ketcham High School, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
  9. Kingston High School, Kingston, NY 12401
  10. LaGrange Middle School, Lagrangeville, NY 12540
  11. Linden Avenue Middle School, Red Hook, NY 12571
  12. Newburgh Free Academy North, Newburgh, NY 12550
  13. Niskayuna High School, Niskayuna, NY 12309
  14. Orville A. Todd Middle School, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
  15. Pawling Middle School, Pawling, NY 12564
  16. Rhinebeck High School, Rhinebeck, NY 12572
  17. Saugerties High School, Saugerties, NY 12477
  18. Shaker High School, Latham, NY 12110
  19. Spackenkill High School, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
  20. The Beacon School, New York, NY 10036
  21. The Harvey School, Katonah, NY 10536
  22. Union Vale Middle School, Lagrangeville, NY 12540
  23. Van Antwerp Middle School, Niskayuna, NY 12309

2017 AMC 10/12B Results

We offered the AMC 10/12B Contests at Bard College on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. Nineteen students participated.

You may find the questions, answers and solutions here: AoPS AMC 10B Wiki | AoPS AMC 12B Wiki

The AMC 10/12B program featured the math contest, pizza, and a math talk by Bard math professor Lauren Rose on Weird Dice.

Bard 2017 Results on the AMC 12B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 3
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 220.5 = 100.5 + 70.5 + 49.5

Average score for entire school is: 73.5
Average score for grade 12 is: 49.5 (1 Student)
Average score for grade 11 is: 85.5 (2 Students)

Bard 2017 Results on the AMC 10B:

Total number of students taking the exam: 16
School Team Score (sum of top 3 scores): 370.50 = 130.5 + 129.0 + 111.0

Average score for entire school is: 76.9
Average score for grade 10 is: 78.0 (2 Students)
Average score for grade 9 is: 78.3 (6 Students)
Average score for grade 8 is: 82.2 (5 Students)
Average score for grade 7 is: 64.5 (3 Students)

Top scores at Bard:

AMC 12B
    Daniel Knop, 100.5 points (11th grade, age 16, Arlington High School), Certificate of Distinction
Anonymous, 70.5 points
Anonymous, 49.5 points


AMC 10B
    Owen Dugan, 130.5 points (8th grade, age 13, Homeschool), Certificate of Distinction, Certificate of Achievement
Aryadeepta De, 129.0 points (7th grade, age 12, Acadia Middle School), Certificate of Distinction, Certificate of Achievement
Walden Yan, 111.0 points (9th grade, age 14, Avon High School)

The Certificate of Achievement is awarded to Students in grade 8 and below who scored over a 90 on the AMC 10, and students in grade 10 or below who scored over a 90 on the AMC 12.

The Certificate of Distinction is for students who qualified for the AIME. The 2017 AMC 10/12B cutoff scores for the AIME are 120 and above on the AMC 10B, and 100.5 and above on the AMC 12B.

Anonymous means that the high scoring student above prefers to remain anonymous!

Schools represented:

  1. Acadia Middle School, Clifton Park, NY 12065
  2. Arlington High School, Lagrangeville, NY 12540
  3. Avon High School, Avon, CT 06001
  4. J. Watson Bailey Middle School, Kingston, NY 12401
  5. The Harvey School, Katonah, NY 10536
  6. Homeschool
  7. Lagrange Middle School, Lagrangeville, NY 12540
  8. Linden Ave. Middle School, Red Hook, NY 12571
  9. New Paltz High School, New Paltz, NY 12561
  10. Orville A. Todd Middle School, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
  11. Red Hook High School, Red Hook, NY 12571
  12. Rhinebeck High School, Rhinebeck, NY 12572
  13. Spackenkill High School, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
  14. Van Wyck Junior High School, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

 

2017 AMC 10/12 B at Bard

Registration is now open for the 2017 AMC 10/12 B contests at Bard College.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The event is for high school students with a passion for problem-solving. Advanced middle school students are also welcome. There is no charge, but registration is required in advance to reserve your seat at Bard.

After the exam, students will be treated to a snack, followed by an engaging math talk by a Bard College mathematician.

Bard undergraduate math majors are offering preparation sessions during the weekends leading up to the contest.

Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Time: 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Bard College Reem-Kayden Center for Science and Computation (RKC)
Address: 31 Campus Road, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504

Take the AMC 10/12 B at Bard on Wednesday, February 25!

The Bard Math Circle is proud to offer

the AMC 10/12 B contests

free of charge on Wednesday, February 25, starting at 4pm.  After the contest, students will be treated to pizza an engaging math talk

The Mathematics of Data Security
by professor Joe Kirtland, Marist College

On 3 Saturdays leading up to the contest, Bard undergraduate math majors will lead preparation sessions that focus on the mathematics of the AMC.

For more information and to register, please visit: goo.gl/nZmeQW

MID-HUDSON VALLEY STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL MATHEMATICS COMPETITION

 

Bard Math Circle FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Despite a surprise snowstorm that made travel difficult, 23 local high school and middle school students at participated in the 15th annual American Mathematics Contest 10 at Bard College. The contest was held on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. The students competed for local, regional and national student and school awards. The contest, which covers high school mathematics, is given in participating schools. Its purpose is to spur interest in mathematics and develop talent through the excitement of friendly competition at problem solving in a timed format. In 2013, over 220,000 students from 4,200 schools participated in the AMC 10 & AMC 12 contest. This is the first year that the AMC 10 contest has been offered at Bard College, as a Bard Math Circle program, and there are plans to also offer the AMC 12 contest next year.

The Bard Math Circle, founded in 2007 by Bard math professors Japheth Wood and Lauren Rose, as well as undergraduates in Bard’s Trustee Leader Scholars program, offers library-based math enrichment programs for middle school and upper elementary school students, as well as the AMC and Purple Comet math competitions. Prof. Japheth Wood says the Bard Math Circle is about generating excitement for mathematics, inspiring students to excel, and intends to grow the pre-college math community in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Bard College, an undergraduate liberal arts college with a strong math department, has undergraduate math majors who are eager to share their passion for mathematics with younger students. This makes Bard the perfect epicenter for a growing math community for the Mid-Hudson Valley.

According to Prof. Steven Dunbar, who serves as Director of the American Mathematics Competitions, the AMC 12 (first offered in 1950), and the AMC 10 (first offered in 2000), are part of a series of contests sponsored each year by The Mathematical Association of America, through their program, the American Mathematics Competitions. The AMC offers the only math competition series in the country leading to the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO), the United States of American Junior Mathematical Olympiad (USAJMO) and the Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program (MOSP). From this group of students, the AMC sends the highly competitive USA Team to the prestigious annual International Mathematical Olympiad.

The AMC program includes:

  • American Mathematics Contest 8 (AMC8) for Grades 6- 8 in November
  • American Mathematics Contest 10 (AMC 10) for Grades 10 & below, 2 test dates in February
  • American Mathematics Contest 12 (AMC 12) for Grades 12 & below, 2 test dates in February
  • American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) for all who qualify, 2 dates in March-April
  • USA Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO) for all who qualify, late-April
  • USA Junior Mathematical Olympiad (USAJMO) for all who qualify, late-April
  • Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program (MOSP), Qualify thru USAMO, in June
  • International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), top six from USAMO, MOSP, in July
The AMC is located at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and receives support from the Akamai Foundation, Academy of Applied Sciences, American Institute of Mathematics, American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges, American Mathematical Society, American Statistical Association, Art of Problem Solving, Association for Symbolic Logic, Awesome Math, Casualty Actuarial Society, the D.E. Shaw Group, Idea Math, Jane Street Capital, Math for America, Math Training Center, Mu Alpha Theta, Andy and Laurie Okun, Pi Mu Epsilon, the Society for Industrial and Applied Math, and W.H. Freeman. The Contests are given across the U.S.A., Canada, and in many schools abroad.

Details concerning the 2014 AMC 10/12 contests for High School, as well as the rest of AMC’s programs are available on the AMC web site: maa.org/math-competitions

For further information contact the AMC — email: amcinfo@maa.org, telephone: 800-527-3690. 
For further information about the AMC and other programs run by the Bard Math Circle at Bard College — bardmathcircle@gmail.com and bardmathcircle.org.