100 problems, 30 minutes. Problems grouped by topic. Individual contest.
100 problems, 30 minutes. Problems grouped by topic. As many people as possible within the same school are allowed to work together on this contest.
10 problem sets, with each set consisting 3 problems to be done in 2 minutes. Individual contest.
Either Problem A or Problem B, 36 hours. Teams of 4.
7 problems, 45 minutes. Problems increase in difficulty and point value. 5 rounds throughout the year. Individual contest.
Proof-based contest. Teams of 4
13-15 problems, 1 week. Problems are multi-part. As many people as possible within the same school are allowed to work together on this contest.
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30-40 problems, depending on location and year, 2.5 hours. Problems are mulitple-choice. Scoring system varies from year to year. Individual competition.
25 problems, 75 minutes. Increases in difficulty. Multiple choice. Correct answers worth 6 points, blank answers worth 1.5 points, incorrect answers worth 0 points. Maximum score of 150. Offered in two seatings (A and B) with higher score taking dominance. This is an individual contest that is available in two versions: one for persons grade 10 and below; and one for persons grade 12 and below.
Invitational contest that requires a score of at least 100 (+/- a few) on the AMC 12, or at least 120 (+/- a few depending on the curve of the year) on the AMC 1. 15 problems, 3 hours. Individual contest.
Consists 5 rounds - 3 individual rounds (Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics) and 2 team rounds.
Individual rounds are 10 questions, 50 minutes each.
Team round is ten proof-based questions, with 1 hour time constraint.
Guts round is 36 questions with 80 minutes, as a team. Specific sets of four questions must be done in order.