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How can you find out your AMC score

Landstander182Landstander182 Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
I took the AMC 12 last year and qualified for the AIME.

But I don't know my score, and the math teacher that proctored it doesn't know either, Is there any way I can find this out so I can fill that part in for my MIT app?
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Replies to: How can you find out your AMC score

  • tokenadulttokenadult Registered User Posts: 17,471
    You can buy the AMC 10/12 Summary of Results book for the relevant year.


    All persons above certain scores on each test are listed each year by name and initial.
  • Landstander182Landstander182 Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
    urg....I'm really not anxious to buy that and doubt that it would come in before the application is due...

    is there anyone that owns the book that would mind checking for me?
  • asiaknightasiaknight Registered User Posts: 539 Member
    I have the book, but I don't have it on me. Did you do well on the AIME (5+)? If not, then it probably doesn't matter too much anyways.
  • zach116zach116 Registered User Posts: 36 Junior Member
    The only way I know of is to ask the administrator of the test at your high school. Perhaps you could write a letter to the people in charge of the AMC and request your score.
  • Go BeyondGo Beyond Registered User Posts: 175 Junior Member
    I got that book (I don't know why they mailed me for free, maybe because of USAMO). PM me with your name, state, city, school, and grade level...
  • joml88joml88 Registered User Posts: 31 Junior Member
    If you have a ballpark estimate of the score you got I think that would be OK. It kinda sounds like you never got your score but that can't really be so if you took the AIME. You have to bubble in your AMC score on the AIME when you take it...or did you just leave it blank? Anyway, the person in charge of the AMC should have gotten the results from your school last year. If that doesn't work try looking it up in the results book as suggested.
  • Weasel8488Weasel8488 Registered User Posts: 2,747 Senior Member
    If all else fails, just put 100 since you know you qualified for AIME.
  • arwen15arwen15 Registered User Posts: 804 Member
    is there anyone that owns the book that would mind checking for me?

    No problem.

    Let me know your school name and the particular exam version
    AMC12A or AMC12B that you took and I can post back the
    scores if you are still looking for it...

    ... Happy Holidays ...
  • MithsApprenticeMithsApprentice Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
    arwen15, are you an AoPSer by any chance? That sn is suspiciously familiar...

    Landstander, go to www.unl.edu/amc and find their email. Email them with your name, age, school, etc. and simply explain that you do not recall your score and your school is unable to provide it at this time. They'll get it for you.
  • CountingDownCountingDown Registered User Posts: 12,462 Senior Member
    We contacted the AMC folks and they were able to get scores within a week. They only had DS's AMC 12 and AIME, though, and he took AMC10 as well. From what he recalls of the scores, he qualified on both tests. Not sure why AMC didn't have both scores -- don't know if they kept only the higher level test, the score that qualified him, or if his school only sent one score.
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