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The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) consist of a series of increasingly difficult tests — the AMC 8, the AMC 10/12, the AIME, and the USA(J)MO — for students from middle school and high school designed to challenge bright students beyond their normal mathematical curriculum and build critical thinking and problem solving skills that will help them throughout their academic career and their lives. The AMC 10 — a 25-question multiple choice contest — serves as most students’ first exposure to high school-level math contests.
Good AMC scores will also enhance admission opportunities for students to elite colleges.
Time: 1:30 to 3:30pm, Saturday, 9/3 to 12/10 (No class on 11/26.)
Fee: $800 (14 sessions)
SpringLight’s 4 years experienced AMC teacher
MOSP Qualifier, ’15
~50 top students from USA are invited to Math Olympiad Summer Program (MOSP)
USAMO Qualifier, ’15
USA(J)MO Qualifier, ’14
AIME Qualifier, ’12-’16
Contest Math Teaching Assistant, ’11-’16
Contest Math Teacher, ’13-’16
Nelson is a junior at Monta Vista High School who has been involved in math contests since elementary school. He was a perfect scorer on the MOEMS contest in fifth grade and a two-year member of Kennedy Middle School’s MathCounts team, helping the team place second in the State division in eighth grade. He has consistently scored high scores on the AMC contest series, having first qualified for AIME in seventh grade and USAJMO in ninth grade. He has been teaching math to elementary and middle school students for more than three years, having served as a teaching assistant for an immensely popular MOEMS class at Quinlan Community Center in addition to teaching and tutoring competition math at SpringLight. In addition to his interests in math and teaching, Nelson enjoys reading, acting, and writing.
Students should be comfortable with regular school math up to and including Algebra I and Geometry. No previous contest experience is necessary.
AMC是American Mathematics Competition是美国数学竞赛的缩写，
培训时间: 9/3- 12/10/2015 周六下午 1:30-3:30, 11/26 无课
上课地点: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
学费: $800 (14 次课)
申请人资格: 报名学生能胜任学校数学学习,包括代数1 (Algebra 1) 和 几何(Geometry), 不需要有参加数学比赛经验。
执教人: Nelson Niu
The AMC 8 contest is for students in the sixth through eighth grade, although accelerated fourth and fifth graders can also take part.
AMC 8 is 25 questions in length, and is multiple-choice with no penalty for guessing. The contest takes 40 minutes. A student’s score is the number of problems correctly solved.
Why participate in AMC-8 (quoted from AMC-8 website)
A special purpose of the AMC 8 is to demonstrate the broad range of topics available for the junior high school mathematics curriculum.
Additional purposes of the AMC 8 are to promote excitement, enthusiasm and positive attitudes towards mathematics and to stimulate interest in continuing the study of mathematics beyond the minimum required for high school graduation. Developmentally, junior high school students are at a point where attitudes toward school and learning, and perceptions of themselves as learners of mathematics are solidified. It is important that they be provided opportunities that foster the development of positive attitudes towards mathematics and positive perceptions of themselves as learners of mathematics. The AMC 8 provides one such opportunity.
Test date: 11/17/2016
Register SpringLight’s AMC 8 class today!
AMC 8 Preparation Class
Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm, Saturday , 09/10-11/12 (10 classes)
Location: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Instructor: Matthew Hase-Liu
SpringLight’s experienced math contest training teacher
The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) is the oldest and most prestigious nationwide mathematics competition in the United States. It started in 1950 and it is and has been the exclusive pathway for a student to advance to the USA Mathematical Olympiad.
Activities like the American Mathematics competitions organized by the Mathematical Association of America allow and encourage students to excel in an academic sphere. The contest is a rewarding experience where mathematical curiosity and skill are stimulated. AMC is designed to inspire an interest in mathematics that will lead to academic success, scholarship and a rewarding career.
Many well-known colleges and universities request scores from AMC contests at the higher grade levels and use them for recruiting and admissions.
The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) consist of a series of increasingly difficult tests for grades 6-12. Good AMC scores will enhance admission opportunities for students to elite colleges. Its mission is to help students increase interest in math and to develop critical thinking & problem-solving skills in Math. Our students always improve significantly each year and successfully become an AIME qualifier.
SpringLight Education Institute is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Transcript could be provided if required.
Contact: (408)898-5021, email@example.com
Address: 1340 S. De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Nelson Niu, Kevin Chang and Matthew HL are all experienced teachers and tutors who have worked as tutors for many years.
Nelson, Matthew and Kevin are all USAMO qualifier and MIT Primes. Nelson and Kevin got into MOSP, Matthew got into PROMYS.
All of them have received many other amazing national level awards, too.
教授數學課的三位年青人Nelson，Kevin和Matthew都很優秀，并富有教學經驗（Kevin在A star和春暉教过暑期班，Nelson和Matthew在春暉教育有數年的教學經驗）。Nelson和Kevin进了美国国家数学奥赛集训队（MOSP，全美50人）。三位都进了MIT Primes（全美17人）和USAMO，还得過许多其他国家级的竞赛大奖。Matthew進了(PROMYS，80人)
|Counting and Probability 与Number Theory 是各种数学竞赛的必要知识。而且这些都是学校数学没有包括进来的。在暑期修好这两门课，可以为以后的数学竞赛学习打下良好基础。
教授这两门课的两位优秀年青人Nelson和Kevin 不仅自己都进了美国国家数学奥赛集训队（MOSP，全美50人），和MIT Primes（全美17人），还都有其他国家级的竞赛大奖。他们都富有教学经验。（Kevin在A star 教过暑期班，Nelson在春晖教育有数年的教学经验。）
Counting and Probability
A topic ranging from the number of digits used to number the pages in a 100 page book, to the probability of rolling doubles on two dice. This topic is prevalent in middle and high school competitions, including Mathcounts and AMC, as well as being a part of high school Algebra 2/Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus courses. After taking the class students will have mastered and will be able to solve commonly found problems on these competitions.
A topic rarely covered in high school, from divisibility rules to prime numbers, this topic appears on Mathcounts and AMC problems quite often. Mastering this often helps with understanding more abstract math concepts in high school and college, such as in Calculus and beyond. This also will touch on several proof methods, such as proof by contradiction and induction, which are essential for proof-level mathematics competitions such as BAMO or USA(J)MO.
|AMC foundation-Number Theory||7/25-8/5||10-12pm||$500/10 days||M to F|
|AMC foundation-Counting & Probability||7/11-7/22||10-12pm||$500/10 days||M to F|
Address: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Contact: 408-480-7547, firstname.lastname@example.org
For middle school and high school students.
We will prepare text book for the students.
Nelson Niu and Kevin Chang
Both of them are MOSP qualifier and MIT Primes.
They are experienced teachers and tutors.
Both of them also received several other amazing national level awards.
WHEN: 7:00-8:30pm Sunday, 4/10/2016
WHERE: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
FEE: $30/person, $50/two family members
May Yang is a former undergraduate student at Harvard University(2011-2015) now enrolled in Stanford Medical School. Her considerable accomplishments include the following:
2010 (junior year in high school)
Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award Recipient
American Cancer Society High School Summer Research Program
2011 (senior year in high school)
member of US Physics Team
National Merit Scholarship Recipient
accepted into Harvard, Princeton, and other Tier 1 universities
August 2011 – May 2015 (undergraduate years)
undergraduate student at Harvard University
August 2015 – (graduate years)
medical student at Stanford Medical School
May graduated from Libertyville High School in Libertyville, IL in 2011 and was accepted into several of the country’s top universities including Harvard and Princeton, a historic record for her high school. With a speaker possessing such insight and experience, this will be a unique opportunity for parents and children alike to learn to build a resume to impress even the highest-ranked schools. In this seminar, Ms. Yang will cover:
her experiences in and differences between both Harvard and Stanford
key factors to be accepted to universities like Harvard and Princeton
her continual efforts to be accepted into Stanford Medical School
how to build up credits to be admitted by top universities
techniques for building better essays and having better college interviews
how parents can help impact a child’s growth for the better
anything else you would like to discuss, in a 30-minute Q&Asession at the end of the seminar
Algebra 1 不仅是传统数学学习的关键学科，也是数学竞赛的关键基础环节。
Kevin Lei 自2012年10月开始在春晖教育学院教课，
一个9年级的高中生说：He’s the best teacher ever. Kevin Lei, Kevin Lei, he’s awesome, Kevin Lei. “
一位6年级的初中生说：This place is a good education facility. Especially Kevin Lei. He is totally 100% better than most (not all, so don’t be insulted of you are a teacher) other teachers! He’s awesome and is an excellent teacher.
一位妈妈给Kevin说：My son is very interested in your class, and he came home saying how much he enjoyed your teaching.
无论是JAVA，Computer Science, 还是AIME，Counting & Probability, 还有Number Theory 等他教的每一门课，Kevin讲课时都驾轻就熟。
目前 Kevin 在9月前都在湾区休假。在他返校前，抓住时机，
Address：1340 S De Anza Blvd, Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129
Time：Tuesday 7-8:30 and Saturday 7-8:30pm; March 1st to April 18th.
Tuition: $620 (for total 14 lessons)
Student may do a self diagnosis check to see if they are ready: https://goo.gl/kOjguA
USAMO Qualifier (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
AMC 8 & 10 Perfect Score
Math Kangaroo National Winner
MathCounts Northern California State Winner
＋Numerous regional & state awards
SpringLight Contest Math and Java teacher in 2012-2013
Algebra session 1 preliminary lesson plan.
Lesson 1 Follow the Rules
Lesson 2 Fractional Exponents and Radicals
Lesson 3 Expressions and Variables (Part 1)
Lesson 4 Expressions and Variables (Part 2)
Lesson 5 Linear Equations
Lesson 6 More Variables
Lesson 7 Linear Equations with Two Variables
Lesson 8 Word Problems and Linear Equations with Several Variables
Lesson 9 Ratio
Lesson 10 Percents and Proportion
Lesson 11 Proportion and Rate Problems
Lesson 12 Common Errors and Challenging Problems
Lesson 13 Introduction to Graphing Lines
Lesson 14 Using Slope and Finding Equations
2/27/16 to 5/28/16
AP Calculus AB/BC (Prepare for the AP test on 5/5)
2/26/16 to 4/29/16
SAT Math II
2/27/16 to 4/30/16
Teacher of Pre-Calculus, AP Calculcus AB/BC and SAT Math II :
Middle School Contest Math (The student can join any sessions)
1/30/16 to 5/28/16
Teacher: Matthew Has-Liu
Address : 1340 S De Anza Blvd., #204, San Jose, CA 95129
Contact: 408-366-2204, SpringLightoffice@gmail.com
Registration : https://goo.gl/LihxoK
NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad) ,（ 北美计算语言学奥林匹克竞赛）是一个初高中生的语言学比赛。不需要特别的语文学基础，也不需要学第二外语，只要对语文puzzles 有兴趣的学生就可以报名。
North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad is a contest in which middle and high-school students solve linguistic puzzles. In solving the problems, students learn about the diversity and consistency of language, while exercising logic skills. No prior knowledge of linguistics or second languages is necessary.
The exam date is January 28th, Thursday, 2016.
Register the exam at http://nacloweb.org/register_student.php today!
Stanford site is full. NACLO opens a new site at SpringLight in University site. Only 20 spots available. It’s free to take the exam at SpringLight.
Register our training class today!
Time：1/17, 1/24, 2:00 to 5:00 pm , 2 Sunday afternoons
Address: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129 Contact: 408-366-2204, email@example.com Registration: http://goo.gl/forms/VT1fG2NIZU
Tuition: $200(2 classes)/$100.00(per-class)
Instructor: Chloe Mo
Scored top 10% of NACLO open round, qualified for 2015 NACLO invitational round.
Linguistics Club President and coach at PALY.