**North Suburban Math League**

http://nsml.org/

Team event - up to 41 students. 5 problems per grade level, plus oral contest

5 weeknight meets per year

**ICTM State Math Contest**

http://www.ictm.org/links/contest.html

Team or individuals. Several different events at all grade levels

2 Saturdays - regional in late February, State in late April or early May

**American Mathematics Competitions (AMC)**

http://www.unl.edu/amc/

Individuals - 25 question multiple-choice exam. 2 levels

70 minute exam. Later rounds require more time for those who qualify

**Chicago ARML Teams**

http://chicagoarml.org/

Individuals tryout for teams. Teams compete in 4 different events. (For more advanced students)

Tryouts - 1 weeknight. Practices - 4 weeknights. Contest - one weekend

**ARML Power and ARML Local**

http://www.arml.com/

Team events. Power involves written solutions and proofs to themed question (For more advanced students)

Power - 2 1-hour contests during year. Local - one Saturday contest.

**Mandelbrot Contests**

http://web.mandelbrot.org/

Individual contest and team contests. Short problems/proofs. (For intermediate to advanced students)

Individual - 5 40-minute tests throughout year. Team - 3 one-hour tests throughout year.

**Illinois Math League**

http://www.mathleague.com/

Individual contests. 6 problems per test.

6 short tests throughout the year.

**American Scholastic Math Association**

http://www.asan.com/asa/asma1.htm

Individual contests. Similar to Illinois Math League

6 short tests throughout the year.

**Purple Comet online math contest**

http://purplecomet.org/

Teams of 4 students solve 25 problems.

One 90-minute test in the spring

**Mathematical Contest in Modeling**

http://www.comap.com/highschool/contests.himcm/index.html

Teams of 4 students create mathematical model for real-world problem (For more advanced students)

36-hour contest

**USA Mathematical Talent Search**

http://www.usamts.org/

Individual problem sets (For more advanced students)

For students to register and do on their own

**National Assessments and Testing**

http://www.natassessment.com/

Various team and individual contests

4 hour-long contests, 1 week-long collaborative effort