TLUPS is offering American Mathematics Competition training for the students who are appearing for AMC 8, 10, or 12. Expert trainers will give the students efficient training in problem-solving, using AMC past question banks.

The Mathematical Association of America’s (MAA) American Mathematics Competitions program strengthens the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem-solvers. Through classroom resources and friendly competition, the MAA AMC program helps foster a love of mathematics. The MAA AMC program positively impacts the analytical skills needed for future careers in an innovative society.

The American Mathematics Competitions are a series of examinations and curriculum materials that build problem-solving skills and mathematical knowledge in middle and high school students.

Various competitions are conducted all ultimately aiming at the International Mathematical Olympiad, from where higher levels can be achieved, like American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME) & USA Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO).

Participating in American Mathematics Competition (AMC) not only builds your skillset but also adds to your college profile as well, especially when it comes to universities like Ivy League SchoolsCarnegie Mellon UniversityCalTech UniversityMIT.

If you are interested in acquiring admission to the world’s top universities, register for AMC competitions and enroll for the American Mathematics Competition training today to excel in the examination.



All classes will be on Zoom and recorded, but will not be shared with any students. If any students are missing classes occasionally due to health or travel, we can share the recordings.

  1. Number of students in a batch: 15-20 students

  2. Duration: 2 hours

  3. Time: 5.15 p.m.–7 p.m. on Every Friday and Saturday

  4. Fee modalities: 30,000/-INR for 20 sessions

Please find below some quick information about the course.


  1. A. The course content will be presented with examples and full solutions, providing clear concepts and helpful tips and tricks for international math competitions and tournaments such as AMC 10 and 12, IOQM, IMO, Euclid, FGH and PCF etc..


  1. The course is designed to engage gifted math students who seek challenging problems and materials. It is also suitable for anyone interested in advanced mathematical problem-solving. The course will introduce creative and research-based (statistics) thinking, making it an integral part of the curriculum. The full syllabus of AMC 10 and 12 will be covered, with a focus on problem-solving and creative thinking.


  1. The course will be delivered fully online and in a traditional classroom setting, employing a teacher-centered approach such as modeling, presentations, shared learning, and worked examples. Additionally, student-centered strategies like cooperative learning, discovery-based learning, and self-directed learning will be incorporated.


  1. Each lecture will be preceded by reading materials and questions to ponder. After each lecture, there will be assignments, and after covering 3-4 topics, there will be quizzes. Data from assignments, tests, mocks, classroom behaviors, and engagement will be continuously monitored and made available for parents/guardians to review.


  1. Full attendance and submission of all assignments, tests, and assessments are required to receive a certificate from MAA IPG. Monthly progress reports will be sent to parents and guardians. Regular one-on-one parental meetings and reviews are encouraged but optional. Certificates will be provided by MAA IPG upon successful completion of the course. All tests, assignments, and assessments will be graded and published.


  1. Students enrolled in the course will be eligible for discounts on registration fees for other competitions, tournaments, and conferences.


  1. Additional Information:


  1. The course will consist of 20 sessions, each lasting 120 minutes. There will be 8 sessions per month.


  1. Each class will have reading materials and problems to be reviewed before the start. In addition to classroom work, students will have limited homework and assignments. Topic-focused tests will be conducted after each set of three sessions, with a full test at the end of the course.


  1. We will be starting the first batch in June, with a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 20 students per batch.