The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges-Student Math League (AMATYC-SML) Test is a nationwide competition designed by AMATYC for students attending two-year colleges enrolled in at least a Pre-Calculus level course. Each test is one hour in length and the sum of the top 5 scores are submitted as the "team score". The competition is designed so that there are two tests administered during the academic year. The material on the SML test is challenging and from an array of different mathematical areas.
This is a one-hour, multiple-choice test.
They are allowed to use a calculator.
They can come any time within that period and stay for one hour.
If anyone has a degree already, he/she will be disqualified from National competition, but may earn extra credit points if offered by their professor.
Click here to be directed to the AMATYC - SML site. You will find old versions of the test as well as answers.