Massachusetts Association of Math Leagues – MAML2 Contest
The Massachusetts Association of Math Leagues is the major high school math competition organization in Massachusetts. It organizes two major competitions, a MAML Olympiad, and the MAML State Math Meet.
In October, thousands of high school students across Massachusetts take the MAML Olympiad Level 1, which consists of 30 multiple choice questions to be completed in 1.5 hours, like the format of the old American High School Mathematics Examination. The top 100 scorers are considered finalists, and the next 100 are called semi-finalists.
In early March, all finalists take the 3-hour MAML Olympiad Level 2, which consists of 7 multi-part proof-type questions. The top 20 scorers on that receive cash prizes ranging from $50 to $250.
MAML State Math Meet
Throughout the year, different schools compete among 6 major math leagues in Massachusetts. On the last Thursday in March, the top 3-4 schools from each league compete at the MAML meet, which is held at alternating schools across Massachusetts. The top 4 schools in each division (small, medium, and large) qualify for the New England Association of Math Leagues (NEAML) meet at Canton High School on the last Friday in April.
This school year, 33 Mass Academy students competed in the MAML1 contest on Thursday October 21, 2021.
The following 13 Mass Academy students qualified to participate in the 58th MAML2 contest from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Tuesday March 1, 2022.
- Seniors: Ronit Avadhuta, Andrew Lee, Karthik Seetharaman, Justin Wang
- Juniors: Simon Beyzerov, Abhi Bapanapalli, Amith Chintalapati, Svabhu Govindaraj, Henry Liu, Rhik Mazumder, Vinayak Rao, Anush Shah, Gracie Sheng
Congratulations to all competitors and good luck to the MAML2 contestants.