Math is not only vital to students who are applying for STEM majors, but also a lot of other majors.
Especially, math helps you think on your feet and builds confidence.
Math competitions are more than a contest, since they TRAIN a student beyond school math. Math competition training can help students with improving critical and logical thinking and increases independent problem solving skills. Students will be benefited for life.
Come with your students to our Free seminar and hear about math opportunities and benefits!
Time: 3:00 to 4:30pm, Saturday, 6/20/2015
Address:1340 S De Anza Blvd, Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Speaker: Victor Chen
Lynbrook Math Club President
2015 USAMO* qualifier
2013 USAJMO* qualifier
2015 AMC 12A – national 2nd place
4 time AIME qualifier
2014 Power ARML* – 1st place
2015 Power ARML – 3rd place
2014 CAML – 3rd place
2015 CAML – 5th place
2013-2015 Mathcounts Chapter – 1st place team
2013 Mathcounts State – 4th place team
2014 Mathcounts State – 3rd place team
2015 Mathcounts State – 2nd place team
2015 Purple Comet – 2nd place
Mathcounts 7th place in California in 8th grade
SFBA A1 captain for ARML* which recently placed 1st in the nation in 2015.
Mathcounts coach for Miller Middle School
led Miller to 3 consecutive 1st place victories at the chapter level, as well as placing 2nd place as a team in California this past year.
*ARML is the largest national team math contest consisting of teams of 15 students per region, and SFBA A1 placed 1st in 2015.
*USAMO is the national top 250.
*USAJMO is the national top 500
What he will cover:
- Math classes in school
- Competition opportunities for elementary school, middle school and high school students
- Math summer camps
- Math research
- Math circles
- Math resources
With his extensive experience and success in math competitions since elementary school, Victor Chen will be detailing the various opportunities available for students to get involved in math, from research to programs to math contests at all ages, as well as answering any questions regarding math in middle and high school. Anyone interested in learning more about the math opportunities available for middle and high school students should attend this seminar!