The aim of this class is to help students qualify for AIME. This class will be teaching concepts from number theory, algebra, geometry, and counting, and focuses on applying these concepts to the right problems. By the end of this class students should be able to apply the new concepts to approach harder problems. The target audience of this class should be students who can consistently score 90+ on the AMC 10 or 20+ on the AMC 8.

Dates: Fridays 9/8, 9/22, 9/29, 10/20, 10/27, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8

Time: 7:00pm–8:30pm

Location: Miller Middle School, 6151 Rainbow Dr, San Jose, CA 95129


Gilbert Feng

I’m Gilbert Feng, and I’m a junior at Homestead High School. I am experienced in many math competitions, with 5 years of experience in the AMC 10. I’m an AMC 10 Distinguished Honor Roll member (top 1%) and a 3-time AIME qualifier. I competed in ARML, where my team finished 6th in the Western region, and Berkeley Math tournament, where my team placed 7th overall. I also founded the Science Bowl Club at Sunnyvale Middle School and coached them to a 2nd place finish at the regional event. During my free time, I like to think about math problems, run, and play basketball.

Teaching Assistant

Raymond Feng

Hi, I am Raymond Feng, currently an 8th grade student at Sunnyvale Middle School. I am experienced in the AMC 8 and 10, and AIME. I have a perfect score in the AMC 8 and was in the distinguished honor roll for the AMC 10. I am also a 2-time AIME qualifier, scoring 9 both times. I look forward to work with students.

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