ARML

 

The American Regions Math League National Competition (ARML) will be held on Saturday, June 5, 2021, beginning at 4:00 p.m. EDT. The event will take place virtually this year, via Zoom. The ARML Web site has more information.


To Qualify
To qualify to participate in ARML, a student has to meet two criteria:

  • The student must be chosen to represent his/her school at least three times in the six "traditional" meets.  (The group meets that take place in January and February don't count towards a student's three required meets.)  "Represent" means that the student is among the ten students from the school whose names the faculty advisor submits prior to the start of the meet.

  • In the meets in which the student represents his/her school, the student has to achieve a certain minimum average score. This score varies from year to year.


    Training Sessions

    To remain eligible for ARML, a student must attend at least three of five practice sessions. The training sessions introduce students to the kinds of questions and exercises they will face at ARML. These sessions take place 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.  Here are the dates and locations for the 2021 training sessions:

    1. Thursday, May 6, 2021

    2. Tuesday, May 11

    3. Wednesday, May 19

    4. Tuesday, May 25

    5. Tuesday, June 1

    The training sessions will take place over Zoom.

     

    ARML Fee

    In 2021, CJML will cover the ARML fees.

     

    Some ARML Results

    In 2018, the Central Jersey B1 team finished 5th out of 51 teams in Division B. The B2 JV team finished 31st in Division B, and finished 1st in Division B among JV teams. The B3 team finished 29th in Division B.

    In 2017, the Central Jersey B1 team finished 13th out of 58 teams in Division B. The B2 team finished 29th in Division B.

    In 2016, the Central Jersey A team finished 30th out of 89 teams in Division A. The B team finished 16th out of 42 teams in Division B.

    In 2015, the Central Jersey A team finished 29th out of 86 teams in Division A. The B team finished 23rd out of 48 teams in Division B.

    In 2014, the Central Jersey A team finished 29th out of 86 teams in Division A, its best finish to date. The B team finished 23rd out of 48 teams in Division B. Coach Dan Fishman reported: "We had a good entry in the song contest. Our team won the power relay round, and they got to walk down to the stage and were given candy!"

    In 2013, the Central Jersey A team finished 52nd out of 80 teams in Division A. The B team finished 42nd out of 53 teams in Division B.

    In 2012, the Central Jersey A team finished 40th out of 80 teams in Division A.

    In 2011, the Central Jersey A team finished in the middle of the A Division.

    In 2010, the Central Jersey A team came in 54th in Division A. 

    In 2009, the Central Jersey A team came in 4th in Division B at ARML. As a result, our A team will compete in Division A in 2010. And all the students received prizes. The Central Jersey B team finished in the middle of Division B.

    In 2008, the Central Jersey A team came in 22nd in Divison B at ARML.  Nine mathletes from Central Jersey formed part of z Alternate Team A PA," which also had nine members from Maine.  There were 85 teams in Division B.

    In 2007, the Central Jersey A team came in 22nd in Division B.  Central Jersey B team came in 60th.  There were 80 teams in Division B.

    In 2005, the Central Jersey A team came in 26th in Division B at ARML. The Central Jersey B team came in 40th in Division B. There were 66 teams in Division B.

    In 2004, the Central Jersey A team came in 18th in Division B at ARML. The Central Jersey B team came in 33rd in Division B. There were 63 teams in Division B.

    In 2003, the Central Jersey A team came in 19th in Division B at ARML. The Central Jersey B team came in 53rd in Division B. Alternate Team 1, which had 9 members from Central Jersey and 6 members from South Carolina, finished 56th. There were 72 teams in Division B.

    In 2002, Central Jersey A came in 29th in Division B at ARML, and Central Jersey B finished 52nd. There were 67 teams in Division B.

    In 2001, Central Jersey A came in 26th in Division B at ARML, and Central Jersey B finished 39th. There were 76 teams in Division B.