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Results from 2004 Nationals [15 May 2004|02:54am]

Looks like the official rankings from nationals are on the MATHCOUNTS website:


Somebody from Nevada was 16th. Wow.

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National MathCounts was today! [07 May 2004|09:30pm]

...and they are being slow to update their site with the news. Has anyone here heard anything?

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[30 Apr 2004|09:05pm]

Wow, so I guess I'm the official senior member of this community.

I went to MathCounts Nationals eight years ago. So I guess that would make it 1996?

I won the top female award from the AAUW.

However, I sucked at pin trading. I was too nice. (a recurring theme in my life)

I have just finished up a BA in Media Arts & Anthropology at the University of South Carolina, and am now spending a year or so extra in college to do an intensive major in math, paid for by another scholarship I won at a math competition. I'm hoping to go on to do graduate work in data visualization or interface/usability/accessibility design, with a special interest in disabilities.

I did lots and lots of competions including ARML, Putnam, USAMO, several local to South Carolina, and worked with the Art of Problem Solving books and those paperback books from UChicago, and took both AP calculus exams. I don't watch a lot of communities on my friends page, so feel free to leave a comment in my journal if you have questions about anything and I don't get back to you!

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Cali's team [16 Mar 2004|12:51pm]

some guy from Hopkins
Peter Chien, last year's 2nd place's little brother.
Joseph Chu
SouCal loser

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[04 Jan 2004|12:17am]

hello everyone. my name is neal sharma, 8th grader. though i never have actually made national mathcounts, im working at the stuffs and yeah. okay. nuff said

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wow... i feel like an old-timer [24 Dec 2003|01:03pm]

Hello all -- I'm Alison, I went to nationals in '99 and '00 on the New York team, and I still have all my pins :-) If anyone from '00 is around, I'm the one who went around hawking the "special edition" flag pins... I also placed 12th but that's not as memorable. I'm also a sporadic poster on AOPS which is how I got here.

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Hi [23 Dec 2003|10:56am]

I went to Nationals from CA in 2002. Since then, I've done all the nonlegit contests in this areaas well as and not including the AMC, AIME, USAMO, ARML (bah! 2nd place team), USAMTS, yeah.

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[23 Dec 2003|09:46am]


I went to Nationals in 2002 from New York.

Since then, I've participated in USAMO, ARML, and other random competitions.

Turtles are cool. So are squids.

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[23 Dec 2003|02:19am]

Whoa.. you're younger than me? I didn't know that....

I went to National MathCounts 2001 and 2002. They gave us TI-89s in 2001, but then they got cheap. *pout*

Anyways, I do AMC's/AIMEs, ARML, Mandelbrot, Rose-Hulman (local competition), and I hope to make it at least to USAMO this year.

I still have my 2001 hat, with all the pins on it. It's good for whacking people.

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Welcome! [22 Dec 2003|10:46pm]

[ mood | pensive ]

Welcome to the new community for everything to do with MATHCOUNTS nationals, both past and future. Whether you're a veteran national competitor or you're hoping to go to nationals this year, this is the community for you.

Let me introduce myself. I am mathfanatic, and I went to MATHCOUNTS nationals in 2002 and 2003 on Team Nevada. Recently I have participated in the AMC/AIME/USAMO, USAMTS, WMTS, and Mandelbrot competitions, and I hope to make MOP this year.

Feel free to introduce yourself or talk about any conceivable topic. Turtles are cool. So are calculators. Don't be shy...we want to hear from you!

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