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13 AMSA Students Qualify for American Invitational Mathematics Examination

Congratulations to 13 AMSA students who qualified for the annual American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME)! This is the LARGEST qualifying group in AMSA history, demonstrating a continued commitment to Excellence by our students, teachers, and parents, even during this challenging year!
The 9th-12th graders listed below qualified for the 15-question, 3-hour AIME by scoring in the top 5% on the AMC 12 exam or top 2.5% on the AMC 10 exam. Students with the highest AIME scores will be invited to the prestigious annual U.S.A. Mathematical Olympiads. 

Good luck to each of these students who represent AMSA so well!

Grade 9: Manraaj Singh, Travis Tran, Maurya Virmani
Grade 10: Krishna Purimetla
Grade 11: Colin Candiloro, Sruthi Kurada, Mark Mousad, Akshay ShivaShankar, Abhijay Shukla, Anton Spiridonov
Grade 12: Sam David, Melvin He, Sidhant Roymoulik

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