These are widely considered the most competitive examinations for high school students in the United States. Every year, hundreds of thousands of students compete for a chance to qualify for the Math and Science Olympiads. A semifinalist standing and/or qualification into these Olympiads means you are among the top 300-500 students in the country in that particular subject. If you’re a math and science aficionado, you need more than just GPA’s and SAT scores to stand out. Our instructors will help you to prepare for the most difficult competitions in the country, including:
At AdmissionSight, our instructors provide comprehensive, customized 1-on-1 tutoring over Zoom to tackle your specific pain points. These competitions do require the “10,000” hours of practice and are incredibly difficult to achieve semifinalist standing. Whether it’s studying for the AMC10/12’s to qualify for the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME) or performing well on the F=MA contest to qualify to the USA Physics Olympiad, our highly qualified instructors will teach you the pathway to achieve your goals.
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