Since AOPS has been recommended several times here, I am posting the following announcement of a free "Math Jam" happening tomorrow evening.

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On Wednesday, May 18, at 7:30 PM ET (4:30 PM PT), we will host a free Math Jam to discuss our summer online courses. In the Math Jam, we will work through a few sample problems, and then we will answer any questions you may have about specific courses or about how our online classes work.

The following classes will start in June, including our new course Mathematical Tapas, an exploration of higher mathematics designed for students with a strong background in high school math.

Introduction level (Grades 6-10):

Algebra 1

Introduction to Counting & Probability

Introduction to Number Theory

Algebra 2

Introduction to Geometry

MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8 Basics

Advanced MATHCOUNTS/AMC 8

Introduction to Programming

Intermediate level (Grades 8-12):

Algebra 3

Intermediate Number Theory Seminar

AMC 10 Problem Series

AMC 12 Problem Series

AIME Problem Series A

AIME Problem Series B

Advanced:

Mathematical Tapas

Most of these online courses meet weekly, at 7:30 - 9 PM ET (4:30 - 6 PM PT). For dates, times, and more information on the courses, visit

http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/School/classlist.phpIf you have any questions about any Art of Problem Solving classes, please contact us at classes@artofproblemsolving.com.

All of our Math Jams are free. To join the Math Jam, please log on to

www.artofproblemsolving.com using your Art of Problem Solving username about 10 minutes before the Math Jam begins, then click on the Classroom bar that appears near the top of the site. More information about the Math Jams can be found here:

http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/School/mathjams.phpOur courses offer full transcripts for each class, so if you're going to miss some classes, you'll still have access to everything that happened in class. Moreover, you'll be able to use the class message board to ask any questions you have outside of class time.

Sincerely,

Richard Rusczyk