# How do I apply for Maths Olympiad?

## How do I apply for Maths Olympiad?

Students can register through their respective schools or take part individually. There are no requirements to apply for this exam. Students can contact their Maths teacher or even register for weekly test series through the website of Indian Talent Olympiad.

**How can I participate in International Maths Olympiad?**

2.5 Each invited Country wishing to participate in an IMO must confirm their participation online (www.imo-official.org/registration) using the username and password provided by the Host Organisation, no later than the date specified in the Annual Regulations.

**Which country is the first place in International Mathematics Olympiad 2021?**

China

The first of the International Mathematical Olympiads (IMOs) was held in Romania in 1959. The oldest of the International Science Olympiads, the IMO has since been held annually, except in 1980….List of Olympiads.

# | 62 |
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Venue | St. Petersburg |

Year | 2021 |

Date | July 14 – July 24 |

Top-ranked country | China |

### How many questions are there in International Math Olympiad?

Thus, students from classes 1-4 have to attempt 35 questions for a total of 40 marks….The Question Paper Consists of Four Sections.

Subject | No. of Questions | Total Marks |
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Achievers Section | 5 (2 marks per question) | 10 |

Grand Total | 35 | 40 |

**How can I apply for IMO 2021?**

Students who want to appear in the SOF IMO Olympiad exam can register for exams as individual candidates online. Students can register for the IMO exam if their school cannot participate in the SOF Olympiad exams during 2021-22.

**What is the age for IMO?**

IMO entry requirements You must be human, at least 0 years old, and be less than 20 years old on the day of the second contest paper (normally in July). Contestants must normally be citizens or long-term residents of the country that they represent.

#### What is the syllabus of Maths Olympiad?

The level-1 International Mathematics Olympiad Exam syllabus is divided into four sections– Logical Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning, Everyday Mathematics and Achievers Section. For classes 1 to 4, there are a total of 35 questions asked from these sections, and for classes 5 to 12, there are 50 questions.