2023 Competition



Only fill these forms out if you will be attending the in-person competition on April 8th.

Onsite Release Form (mandatory for all in-person competitors)

Onsite Individual Registration (for individuals)

Onsite Team Registration (only fill out one per team)

Preregistration ends April 7th, 11:59 PM EDT. For cost details, see below.


Do not fill this out if you will be attending the in-person competition. It is for online competitors who will not be onsite.

Online Individual Registration

What is the 2023 ABMC Competition?

Who can compete?

Any student in grade 8 or below may compete as an individual or, if competing onsite, on a team. This includes elementary school students.

When will the competition be?

The 2023 ABMC Competition will be held on April 8, 2023. The competition schedule can be found in more detail below.

Where will the competition take place?

The onsite competition will be at the R.J. Grey Junior High School. The address is 16 Charter Rd, Acton MA, 01720.

What are the prizes?

The five highest scorers in the speed, accuracy, and team rounds, as well as the top five individuals will be given medals, trophies or plaques.

The top ten 8th graders, top ten 7th grade, top ten 6th graders and younger, the top five fall online contest scorers overall, and fifteen contestants in the top 50% of all competitors will receive a Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition.

AoPS coupons will be given to the top female contestant, the top contestant in 7th grade and below, to a contestant who beats our national master (NM) during the puzzle round, and the top three overall competitors.

Each person can only receive one gift certificate.

Tentative Competition Schedule

Speed Round8:45-9:15
Accuracy Round9:35-10:15
Team Round10:35-11:35
Lunch and Puzzle Rounds11:35-1:15
Students competing online will only take the speed and accuracy rounds.

Onsite vs. Online Competition

Timing: The onsite and online competition will be held simultaneously.

Rounds: All rounds will be held onsite, but only speed and accuracy will be held for students competing online.

Registration: Both onsite and online require registration. Look at the top of this page for more information.

Cost: If you register online by April 7th, 11:59 PM EDT, the onsite competition cost is $20 per competitor. If you come in-person without pre-registering (on competition day), the cost is $25 per person. The online version is free.

Prizes: Onsite students will be awarded prizes according to the Rules page, but online students will NOT receive prices.

Recognition: Both online and onsite results will be posted on our website.

Social: Onsite students can socialize during breaks!!

For the competition rules and information about prizes, visit the Rules page.

If you have any questions, please email abmathcompetition@gmail.com