The HMMT (Harvard-MIT Math Competition) is a contest held at either Harvard or MIT. With both individual and team portions (and a special Guts portion), you get to spend the whole day with Math Club as we beat Exeter.
More information: https://www.hmmt.co (Links to an external site.)
ARML, or the American Regional Mathematics League, is a contest that we go to at the end of the school year. Without the stresses of finals and schoolwork, join us on long coach bus trips, karaoke night, and an overnight stay in Penn State for our most popular and most hyped-up team contest of the year.
PUMaC, or the Princeton University Mathematics Competition, is a contest that happens right after fall term (eating away a bit at your Thanksgiving break). While on a lesser scale in comparison to HMMT and ARML, PUMaC is definitely worth the time and to help build great relationships with people in Math Club.
Bill Qin: email@example.com
Anjalie Kini: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Chang: email@example.com
Andy Xu: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Mr. Khiem DoBa, email@example.com