AIME I & II scores have been finalized
AIME I & II scores have been finalized
USA(J)MO Thresholds Now Available: How to check if your students qualified
Thank you again for administering the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME). Your students' scores are finalized

If you have not already done so, please share your students’ AIME scores with them. You can refer to this email for details on accessing and disseminating scores from your AMC portal. If you see any issues with your student’s scores, please contact

Congratulations to all of your students on their participation in the AIME! Your students truly excelled to reach this level; approximately 6,500 students qualified. This competition provides an important bridge between the multiple-choice AMC 10/12 and the proof-based math of the USA(J)MO and international competitions.

We realize that preparing students for the AMC 10/12 and the AIME takes dedication and extra time. We thank you for providing your students with this opportunity to engage in challenging problem-solving. 
Step 1: Check if Your Students Qualify for the USA(J)MO
We are now pleased to announce the following thresholds for the USA Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO) and the USA Junior Mathematical Olympiad (USAJMO):
USAJMO Thresholds: For AMC 10A & AIME I, 194; For AMC 10B & AIME I, 190.5; For AMC 10A & AIME II, 188; For AMC 10B & AIME II, 180. USAMO Thresholds: For AMC 12A & AIME I, 223; For AMC 12B & AIME I, 227; For AMC 12A & AIME II, 214.5; For AMC 12B & AIME II, 226.
The Awards List report in your portal indicates which of your students qualified for the USAMO and USAJMO using the letters M and J respectively next to their names:
Screenshot of AIME Awards List with USA(J)MO Qualifiers
You can find this among the Report drop-down menu options, under List Reports:
Screenshot of Reports-drop-down menu options include
The USA(J)MO indices are calculated as follows: 

USAMO: AMC 12 Score + 10 * AIME Score

USAJMO: AMC 10 Score + 10 * AIME Score

If you have qualifiers, please continue reading.
Step 2: Confirm USA(J)MO Competition Logistics

The USA(J)MO is the next step in qualifying for the summer Mathematical Olympiad Program and the U.S. International Mathematical Olympiad team. Only 558 participants qualified; your students will be competing against the top mathematical teen minds in the country. Also this year, we are recognizing institutions with qualifiers. Find the list below:

2023 USA(J)MO Qualifier Institution List

If one or more of your students qualified for the USA(J)MO, they are automatically registered for the competition in your AMC portal. Contact if you see a discrepancy in your registered students list.

Please note that if a student’s scores qualify them for both the USAMO and the USAJMO, they will be invited to take the USAMO. 

You must administer the competition on Tuesday, March 21, and Wednesday, March 22 between 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET. Each day consists of three questions over 4.5 hours. There is no alternate date for the USA(J)MO.

If you cannot administer the USA(J)MO at this date and time, please complete the Change of Venue form in your portal home page (under “Competition Resources”) by Friday, March 17.

Because the USA(J)MO is a long-form, proof-based competition, it will only be offered in the Print & Scan format. You will receive more details early next week.

For more information, visit
Questions? Contact MAA AMC customer service at or 800-527-3690.
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