About IJMO?

The International Junior Math Olympiad (IJMO) is an international mathematics competition which is held annually in different countries across Asia. IJMO is organised by SASMO in collaboration with the National Math Societies in Asian countries to identify and encourage potential young math talents in every SASMO participating country. To be eligible for participation in IJMO, only SASMO Gold and Silver awardees from each country are selected annually to represent their country.

IJMO aims to provide an Asian platform for students to interact and compete against their worthy opponents. IJMO is the ideal platform to showcase every student’s potential and talent in math in the international math competitions arena!

IJMO empowers students with deep conceptual understanding and logical thinking skills beyond Grade-level. This effectively stretches every student’s potential beyond Grade-level, allowing them to better apply much higher level logical and analytical skills to solve challenging Math Olympiad problems. Questions in IJMO are carefully designed to develop every student’s higher level of conceptual understanding and logical thinking skills.

Participating Countries

Registration Details

IJMO

IJMO 2019 is only open to SASMO 2019 Gold and Silver awardees from each country. 

For: For Grade 2 to 11

Where :  Kaulalumpur, Malaysia.

When: Only SASMO 2019 Gold and Silver medal winners to apply on first come fisrt serve basis.

Contest Dates : 26 – 30 July 2019 .

IJMO is clubbed with Vanda Global Finals this time and IJMO eligible students can take Vanda Global finals at no extra cost.

IJMO / Vanda Global Itinerary and Packages

Registration Date : Open Now.  Hurry as Limited Seats.  Last Date is 1st June but seats filling fast.

Global Olympiads academy invites students and schools from India only to register.

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Contest Format 

Competition papers for each level contains 30 questions:

  • Section A: Questions 1 to 10 are worth 2 points each
  • Section B: Questions 11 to 20 are worth 3 points each
  • Section C: Questions 21 to 30 are worth 5 points each
  • Duration: 90 minutes

    Awards & Qualifications

    Awards: For each Grade:

    • Top 10% – Gold
    • Next 20% – Silver
    • Next 30% – Bronze

      Apart from this Winners and runners up from each grade to get scholarship:

      • Champion: US$ 500
      • 1st Runner up: US$ 250
      • 2nd Runner up : US$ 100

      Resources

      Syllabus 

      Grade 2-4 (Primary 2-4)

      • Arithmetic and Statistics
      • Geometry and Mensuration
      • Solving word problems using model method (or any other non-algebraic methods)
      • Non-routine problem solving (including number patterns, divisibility tests, spatial visualisation, logic problems and simple cryptarithms)

      Grade 5-6 (Primary 5-6)

      • Arithmetic and Statistics
      • Geometry and Mensuration
      • Solving word problems using model method (or any other methods including algebra)
      • Non-routine problem solving (including number patterns, divisibility tests, spatial visualisation, logic problems and cryptarithms)

      Grade 7 (Secondary 1)

      • Arithmetic and Algebra
      • Geometry, Graphs and Mensuration
      • Statistics
      • Non-routine problem solving (including number patterns, divisibility tests, spatial visualisation, logic problems and cryptarithms)

        Grade 8 (Secondary 2)

        • Arithmetic and Algebra
        • Geometry, Graphs and Mensuration
        • Pythagoras’ Theorem
        • Statistics
        • Non-routine problem solving (including number patterns, divisibility tests, spatial visualisation, logic problems and cryptarithms)

        Grade 9-10/11 (Secondary 3-4)

        • Arithmetic and Algebra
        • Geometry, Graphs and Mensuration
        • Pythagoras’ Theorem and Trigonometry
        • Statistics and Probability
        • Non-routine problem solving (including number patterns, divisibility tests, spatial visualisation, logic problems and cryptarithms)

        Sample Questions

        For more details visit www.ijmo.asia

        About SIMCC

        Singapore International Math Contests Centre

        (SIMCC) is one of the largest math contests organizers in Singapore and Asia. We are committed to popularizing mathematics education through thinking games and competitions, and allowing students to interact,
        cooperate and build lasting bonds of friendship that transcend borders. SIMCC organizes:

        • SASMO – Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad
        • SIMOC – Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (global finals)
        • IJMO – International Junior Mathematics Olympiad (global finals)
        • SINGA – Singapore Math global finals competition (global team finals)
        • AMO – American Mathematics Olympiad (AMO) in the ASEAN and Greater China regions
        • VANDA – International Science competition
        • JOAQUIM, Global finals Science competition
        • AJMC – Asia Junior Memory Championship
        • BEBRAS – Singapore Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge
        • SMKC – Singapore Math Kangaroo Contest

        Activities

        • Math Olympiad, Math Enrichment, Science Olympiad, Memory Champion Workshop,
        • Memory Champion Gyms, training in our learning centre,
        • Math Events in Schools
        • Develop advanced math curriculum and logical deductive games
        • Singapore schools and franchise overseas
        • Bring students to International academic contests around the world
        • Through Singapore Scholastic Trust Teachers’ Institute (SSTTI)- offer training and certification for teachers in Singapore Math, Math Olympiad, Science Olympiad, Science, Computational Thinking, Memory Enhancement and Pedagogy by accomplished teachers and professors.
        • Through International Junior Honor Society (IJHS) – induct top students for FREE into IJHS
        • Through Young Achievers’ Leadership Academy (YALA) – train IJHS scholarship holders and other honor students on leadership

        Website: www.simcc.org