To qualify for Math Prize 2020, you must first have taken one of the exams administered by the American Math Competitions (AMC) in January and/or February 2020. If you didn't take one of those exams, perhaps you can try again next year.
The AMC offers two relevant exams: the AMC 10 (for 10th graders and below) and the AMC 12 (for 12th graders and below). On January 30, a student can take the AMC 10A or AMC 12A (but not both). On February 5, a student can take the AMC 10B or AMC 12B (but not both). To qualify for our Math Prize, you must have taken the AMC 10A, 12A, 10B, or 12B.
If you took an official administration of one of those exams, received an officially recognized score from the MAA, and meet our other eligibility criteria, then you may apply for our Math Prize.