3425 Neiman Rd.
Plano, TX 75025

Telephone: (702) RAD-MATH; (702) 723-6284

Training Tomorrow’s Thinkers for careers in STEM through rigorous Problem-Solving

AwesomeMath is devoted to providing enriching experiences in mathematics for intellectually curious middle school and high school students.

AwesomeMath offers:

AwesomeMath values critical thinking, creativity, passionate problem solving, and lifetime mathematical learning:

AwesomeMath Summer Program

It is designed for mathematically gifted students from around the globe.  We have a unique curriculum that is taught by internationally renowned faculty.

Many of our participants not only seek to improve their performance on contests such as AMC10/12, AIME, or USAMO, but also want to expand their mathematics education in general.

LocationCamp TypeStart DateEnd Date
University of Texas at DallasDay & ResidentialJune 5, 2019June 22, 2019
Cornell University – Session 1ResidentialJune 24, 2019July 12, 2019
Cornell University – Session 2ResidentialJuly 14, 2019August 1, 2019
University of Puget SoundDay & ResidentialJuly 17, 2019August 4, 2019

AwesomeMath Academy

AwesomeMath Academy gives talented students the opportunity to explore mathematics and science beyond the school curriculum under the guidance of exemplary instructors.  The Academy focuses on problem solving. We offer math, chemistry, and physics classes for competition training both online and in Dallas, TX.

AwesomeMath Year-Round (AMY)

AMY helps students who are looking to bridge their problem-solving skills from the qualifying exams (AMC 10/12/AIME) to the proof based challenges of the USA(J)MO. With AwesomeMath Year-Round, dedicated learners will develop depth and breadth of concepts and learn how to write and articulate math proofs from instructors who have vast Olympiad level experience. Each of the six segments showcases an instructor’s own, unique approach through carefully chosen concepts and math problems.

XYZ Press

To truly grow with problem solving, it is imperative to work through elegant problems that effectively guide a student’s mathematical intuition, skills, and growth.  With over 30 publications written by experienced problem writers whose problems have been accepted for submission at competitions, mathematical journals, and more, you are sure to find the book that will delight and inspire.

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AwesomeMath Academy | Online Physics Problem Solving with Dr.Branislav | F=ma Competition

Published on Nov 19, 2017

Recording of a 2-hour AwesomeMath Academy Online Physics Problem Solving class. 
Shortcuts to topics in this recording:
0. 0:00:01 Welcome and agenda
1. 0:02:35 About F=ma competition 
2. 0:13:23 Einstein's 1905 discoveries (Annus Mirabilis)
3. 0:28:10 Medium hard but tricky problems from 2015 F=ma
4. 0:57:45 Break and my favorite anecdote
5. 1:01:12 About AwesomeMath Online Physics classes
6. 1:19:16 About the instructor
6. 1:21:16 Advanced problem solving techniques: Approximations
7. 1:33:55 Hard problems from 2015 F=ma

Our classes prepare students for the F=ma physics competition by teaching advanced physics problem solving. Just like F=ma, we focus on classical mechanics and do not use calculus. To tickle student's imagination, we often talk about famous physicists, their discoveries, and anecdotes about them.

These classes are best described as guided self-study. They are hard and require strong math problem solving skills and self-motivation. Students get detailed comments on their homework allowing them to quickly climb a very steep learning curve. 

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Last update: 11/13/2018