There are four fundamental courses in each level: Algebra, Counting, Geometry, and Number Theory. They cover the contest curriculum at that level and help students master related problem solving techniques and skills.

Booster courses mainly focus on improving exam performance in a short amount of time. They cover selected topics and skills that are essential to math competition mastery. In addition, they include in-class practice exams, solution, and exam strategy sessions.

To see the differences and similarities between fundamental and booster courses please check the following table

Fundamental Courses | Booster Courses | |
---|---|---|

Curriculum | All topics | Selected topics |

Focus | Mastery of the Topics | Exam Strategies |

Number of 90-minute Sessions | 12 sessions* | 2 sessions x 6 days (AMC 8 Booster) 4 sessions (AMC 10 mini-Booster) 4 sessions x 6 days (AMC 10 Booster) 4 sessions x 6 days (AIME Booster) |

Homework/Quiz | 12 (one per session) | None |

Exams | Final Exam (not in class) | 3 Practice Tests (AMC 8) 1 Practice Test ** (AMC 10 mini-Booster) 3 Practice Tests (AMC 10 Booster) 2 Practice Tests (AIME) (**: Not in class) |

*(*) Live version of these courses are offered at different paces: *

*Fall/Spring: Weekly sessions for 12 weeks**Summer: Daily sessions on weekdays over 3 weeks**Winter: Two sessions per day over 6 days*