Our admissions season for the 2018/2019 Academic Year is open!
Spring Exams: Registration for Spring Exams is now closed. Admission results for Groups Y, S, L, I have been emailed; more information about Spring Exams will be posted by June 4th.
Fall Exams: We will offer a second round of entrance exams on Saturday, September 8th 2018 for the 2018 - 2019 season. Spring and September exams will be different, so students will have a second chance at admission in September if they do not pass an exam in the Spring.
To register for fall exams, please click on one of the below links:
Prospective students should review the description of each Group listed below. Please carefully select the most appropriate Group exam. We’ve posted past exam questions and solutions. You can find these on each Group’s webpage:
- Group A (USAMO / USAJMO level)
- Group I (9th -- 11th grades)
- Group L (8th -- 9th grades)
- Group S (7th -- 8th grades)
- Group Y (5th -- 7th grades)
Please note that as of Spring 2017 the take-home option for the Group A exam is no longer available. Students will have 3 hours to take the Group A exam in person.
Please note that as of the Fall 2018, exams for Groups S, L, and I will be dual level exams. This allows students to take a look at exam questions for two adjacent levels to better determine their placement. For more information, please read here.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Exam location: The Speyer Legacy School, 925 Ninth Avenue @ 59th Street.
Prospective students are not expected to be able to solve every problem on the entrance exam, but they should submit solutions to as many problems as they can. Solutions should be written as clearly and as rigorously as possible. Complete solutions with correct reasoning will receive more points than merely correct answers. Partial credit will be given for incomplete solutions. Passing scores vary each year across Groups and from year to year.
Groups S, L, and I entrance exams are dual exams (S/L, L/I). Dual exams allow students to choose which level they test for on the day of the exam. Questions 1-6 count toward the first Group. Questions 4-9 count toward the second Group. If you know which exam you would like to take, solve only the questions for that exam. If you would like to test for both exams, attempt all of the questions! Admission to each Group will be determined separately, and will be based solely on the questions for that Group.
Students who have not signed up online for an exam date will not be admitted to the test.
Students who pass the entrance exam will be contacted by email with an offer of admission into the program. Specific Group placement will be at the discretion of the program Directors.
Returning students are expected to take the entrance exam each year in order to continue attending the program.
The cost of the program is $275 per semester / $475 per year, of which 25% is non-refundable and 75% is refundable if student withdraws before the second class.
Admitted students will receive an email regarding how to submit payment for the semester. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Math-M-Addicts offers two types of merit-based scholarships:
I. Full tuition and transportation scholarships to students who qualify for the Federal WIC Program
II. Tuition scholarships for students with other demonstrated need
Our financial aid program guarantees that all students who pass our entrance exam are able to join our community regardless of family income. Potential financial aid students need to sign up for and take an entrance exam. Parents should send an email to email@example.com for financial aid application instructions, which include submitting a questionnaire and financial information.
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Math-M-Addicts New York, Inc. admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the program. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.