Resources are incredibly important in learning math and preparing for math competitions. Here are a few.
Art Of Problem Solving WIKI
The Art of Problem Solving wiki has a great number of useful resources on it. It has every single past AMC exam and their solutions, as well as a meticulous list of helpful online resources. It also has a few free tutorials, and its Youtube channel has video solutions to difficult AMC problems.
General wiki: Here.
Links to past AMC's: Here.
Youtube channel: Here.
Our ultimate goal in Math Club is to help prepare students for math competitions. While it isn't mandatory, participating in math competitions is fun, and if you do well enough, you can qualify for even better competitions.
AMC 10 & 12
The AMC 10 and AMC 12 are both 25-question, 75-minute multiple choice tests. The AMC 10 is for students up to 10th grade, while the AMC 12 is for students up to 12th grade. Both of them test pre-calculus topics, including algebra, geometry, number theory, and probability, and focus on creative applications of these subjects. The AMC 12 adds a few more advanced subjects in, such as trigonometry.
The AMC exams will be administered on February 4th and 10th 2021.
Read more about them here: https://www.maa.org/math-competitions/amc-1012
Berkeley Math Tournament (BMT)
While the AMC is an individual competition, the BMT is a team tournament with teams of 4-6 people. Unlike the AMC, the BMT includes both an individual round and a team round. It also has the option to test higher-level topics such as calculus. The BMT for the 2020-2021 school year has already happened, but there will be one in the 2021-2022 school year.
Read more about them here: https://bmt.berkeley.edu/about/.