Last month, 26 Harker students qualified for a chance to compete in the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad and Junior Mathematical Olympiad. As a result, the students were invited to take the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME), which was administered on March 3. Results are still to come. The AIME, which contains 15 questions and lasts three hours, is administered to students who score well on the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) exam. Their combined scores on the two tests determine their eligibility to compete in the Olympiads.
Congratulations to the following students for making it this far:
Lawrence Li, Evan Lohn, Jonathan Ma, Anika Mohindra, Allison Wang and Richard Yi, all grade 12; Kai Ang, Steven Cao, Misha Ivkov, Justin Jia, Winnie Li, Manan Shah, Peter Wu and David Zhu, all grade 11; Swapnil Garg, Linus Li, Jimmy Lin, Joanna Lin, Rajiv Movva and Neelesh Ramachandran, all grade 10; Rose Guan, Jason Huang, Satvik Narasimhan, Katherine Tian, Cindy Wang and Michael Wang, all grade 9.