2013- 2014 Mathcounts Training Program

September 28, 2013 to February 22, 2014

Every Saturday from 8:30 pm for one hour Eastern Time.

Cost: $330 per person

Registration: (registration is open for group 2. email [email protected] if you have any question)

2013-2014 Mathcounts training program is for students who are preparing for the 2013-2014 Mathcounts Chapter and State Competitions. The program is online with blackboard writing, audio, and video (using Google Hangouts with Share Screen/SketchUp tools).

The program will consist of a weekly lesson every Sunday evening for 21 weeks starting from September 28, 2013 and ending the last week of February, 2014.

In each lesson, we will have a lecture about the basic knowledge/skills with plenty of examples, mainly following our book 50 Mathcounts Lectures. We will provide around 20 practice problems after each lesson as homework. Students can post any questions they may have on our discussion forum for this program.

Since the Google Hangouts can only handle 10 people at a time, we can have at most 9 students. If you would like to register, please register as soon as possible.
You will need a gmail account and the following plugin to access Google Hangouts:


1. Operations with Fractions/ Decimals/ Percents                     
2. Ratios and Proportions                                 
3. Counting Principles                                 
4. Exponents and Radicals                                     
5. Absolute Values                                     
6. Divisibility                                 
7. Solving Equations/Systems Of Equations                            
8. Solving Inequalities                             
9. Venn diagrams                                 
10. Combinatorics                                 
11. Angles and triangles                             
12. Similar triangles                                 
13. Pythagorean Theorem                               
14. Angle bisectors and medians                         
15. Triangular inequality                             
16. Area Method                                 
17. Circles                                     
18. Least Common Multiples And Greatest Common Factors         
19. Remainder                                    
20. Lines And Equations                            
21. Area and Volume      
22. Probability    

For more information, please  see  http://www.mymathcounts.com/Forum/index.php?topic=2459.msg6533#msg6533