Please note that the online courses will be taught by Prof. Youssef. They will be live where students can interact with the instructor and other students. The online courses give students the freedom to attend from virtually anywhere!! It is just like the physical classroom where it provides an engaging and rich experience for students.
Student may enroll at anytime. So, no need for a student to wait until a new session to start. Late enrollment should be fine for most students.
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Evaluation of class size and other factors makes your placement in classes not guaranteed. An email confirmation will go out to confirm the class.
The course is designed to give students the basic foundations of problem solving.
This is a continuation course for the basic math olympiads course. Students will learn the major strategies to approach more math challenging problems other than those given at their school. Topics such as geometry, logic, number theory, algebra, statistics, and probability will be covered. Such topics will strengthen the student's mathematical intuition and hence prepare them for the higher math olympiad levels. Homework will be assigned. Quizzes and short tests will be given.
This rigorous course covers radicals, algebra, number theory, geometry, polynomials, logic, combinations and permutations and a more depth study of most of the topics covered at school. The course is designed to bridge AMC 8 and AMC 10. Homework is assigned on a weekly basis.
Students in this course will learn the advanced Algebra concepts and Geometry. They will develop advanced problem-solving skills.
Throughout the course, students refine and expand their skills through practice problems, workout questions, and interactions. Students will rely on critical thinking, mathematical reasoning, and problem-solving to investigate and explore different areas of mathematics. Topics such as number theory, plane and coordinate geometry, algebra, probability, statistics, problem solving, complex numbers, polynomials, trigonometry, logarithmic functions and sequences and series are covered. The course is designed to bridge AMC 10 and AMC 12 Homework is assigned and checked. Quizzes and short tests are given.
This course is designed to prepare students to take the AMC 12 test in February.
It is similar to AMC 10, but additional topics are covered and a knowledge of Pre-Calculus is required. We mainly focus on Functions, Complex Numbers, Trigonometry and its applications, and Solid Geometry. We also cover other topics including polynomials, logarithmic functions, problem-solving, probability, and statistics. This course teaches students the basic foundations that they require to take the AIME. The more you prepare for this course, the easier AIME gets. Those who pass the test will qualify to take the AIME test. Homework is assigned and checked on a daily basis. Quizzes and short tests are given.
AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination) is an intermediate exam which bridges AMC 10/12 and USAMO.
Students who scored in the top 1% on AMC 10 tests are invited to take the AIME test. It is 15 free-response questions in which each answer is an integer from 0 to 999, 3-hour long. The test gives talented students more opportunities to challenge their mathematical abilities. We cover all advanced topics in Trigonometry, Geometry, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Probability, and Complex Analysis. Some of the topics we cover are beyond the regular school math topics. All students are required to devote enough time to solve AIME problems. Homework will be assigned on a weekly basis and short tests are given.