The American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) competition is the biggest team-based mathematics competition in the world.  More than 2000 students get together annually to compete in several different types of competitions on more than 120 teams.  Historically, Toronto Math Circles has gone to ARML in the past and placed very well.

ARML is geared for high school students.  The competition occurs in several different rounds:

- Team round: An entire team of students works together to solve a set of problems

- Power round: An entire team of students works together to solve proof based problems

- Individual round: Students compete individually on a set of problems

- Relay Rounds: Students compete in math relays with the team

More about ARML can be found here.

If you have any questions about our ARML team, feel free to contact us at ARML@fields.utoronto.ca

*The information for this year's ARML can be found  here

*The most important step in the above power point is to email us at ARML@fields.utoronto.ca to tell us about your testing location preferences. If you cannot attend any of the them for any reason, please let us know as well so we can help you make arrangements.

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