The Philippines wrapped up the American Mathematics Competition (AMC) 10A/B and (AMC) 12A/B with high distinction and distinction awards, and finished off with thirty-three Filipino math wizards who are qualified to join in the American Invitational Mathematics Examinations (AIME) II to be administered on Wednesday, February 16, 2022.
Filbert Ephraim Wu, Grade 12 from Victory Christian International School is the biggest winner for his par excellence performance, conferring him the high distinction award in AMC 12A/B.
In addition, nine Filipino math wizards unveiled their high-grade number prowess in AMC 10A/B and AMC 12A, which merited them a distinction award. They are
International School Manila
Gatlabayan, Neo Angelo
British School Manila
Casib, Mohammad Nur
Philippine Science High School - CMC
Albano, Elliot Xander
MGC New Life Christian Academy
Chua, Shawn Darren
Algenio, Deanne Gabriel
Ateneo de Manila Senior High School
The ten math wizards winning high distinction and distinction awards are invited to this more challenging competition, the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME). Along with them are these additional qualifiers for excelling in the AMC 10 and/or AMC 12.
Kim, June Hyung
Southville International School and Colleges
De La Salle Santiago Zobel School
Gonzales, Anton Mikhail
Tongson, Michael Gerard
Philippine Science High School - Main
Yap, Christopher James
St. John's Institute
Calubayan, Phylline Cristel
BHC Educational Institution, Inc.
Tan, Marvin Josh
Tan, Sean Matthew
Jubilee Christian Academy
Tan, Megan Alexis
Tan-Gatue, Chiara Bernadette
Saint Jude Catholic School
Khoo, Justin Teng Soon
Regional Science High School III
The AIME is a 15 question, 3-hour examination, each answer is an integer number between 0 to 999. The questions on the AIME are much more difficult than those on the AMC 10 and AMC 12.