IMO Math Olympiads are highly competitive exams held different levels. Maths Olympiad Syllabus can be specifically useful for the participating students. International Maths Olympiad syllabus help students to understand what to practice. The syllabus promotes the understanding of the subject and related concepts. Students participating in competitive exams can refer to the syllabus to make themselves prepared for the International and National level competitions.
Students of class 1 to 10 can now register themselves for the International Maths Olympiad Exams (IMO) individually for the academic year 202223. Maths Olympiad IMO has TWO Rounds of Examination.
IMO Exam have all questions in Multiple Choice format and the exam is in English language only. Students can go through the given exam pattern and syllabus.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 35 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 35 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 30 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 20
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 20
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below given exam syllabus is taken from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The difficulty level of questions varies according to the class. Learning the exam pattern assists students to focus on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Shapes and Sizes
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Addition
Chapter 4: Subtraction
Chapter 5: Time
Chapter 6: Money
Chapter 7: Measurement
Chapter 8: Patterns
Patterns, Measuring Units (Verbal), Geometrical Shapes, Odd One Out, Spatial Understanding, Grouping, Analogy, Ranking, Symmetry, Paper Folding, Paper Cutting, Situation Reaction, Mirror Image, Water Image.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 35 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 35 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 30 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 20
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 20
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Lines and Shapes
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Addition
Chapter 4: Subtraction
Chapter 5: Time
Chapter 6: Money
Chapter 7: Measurement
Chapter 8: Patterns
Patterns, Measuring Units, Geometrical Shapes, Odd One Out, Analogy, Ranking Test, Grouping Figures, CodingDecoding, Symmetry, Paper Folding, Paper Cutting, Situation Reaction, Mirror Image, Water Image.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 35 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 35 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 30 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 20
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 20
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Basic Geometric Shapes
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Addition & Subtraction
Chapter 4: Multiplication & Division
Chapter 5: Fractions
Chapter 6: Measurement
Chapter 7: Time & Calendar
Chapter 8: Data Handling
Alphabet Test, CodingDecoding, Ranking Test, Mirror Images, Geometrical Shapes and Solids, Embedded Figures, Direction Sense Test, Days and Dates and Possible Combinations, Analogy and Classification, Water Images, Blood Relations, Number Series, Grouping of Figures and Matrix, Logical Sequence of Words and Letters.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 35 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 35 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 30 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 20
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 20
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Basic Geometric Shapes
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Addition & Subtraction
Chapter 4: Multiplication & Division
Chapter 5: Fractions
Chapter 6: Measurement
Chapter 7: Time & Calendar
Chapter 8: Data Handling
Alphabet Test, CodingDecoding, Ranking Test, Mirror Images, Geometrical Shapes and Solids, Embedded Figures, Direction Sense Test, Days and Dates and Possible Combinations, Analogy and Classification, Water Images, Blood Relations, Number Series, Grouping of Figures and Matrix, Logical Sequence of Words and Letters.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Concept of Geometry
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Factors & Multiples
Chapter 4: Addition & Subtraction
Chapter 5: Multiplication & Division
Chapter 6: Fractions & Decimals
Chapter 7: Measurement
Chapter 8: Data Handling
Analogy and Classification, Mirror and Water Image, Direction Sende Test, Ranking Test, Puzzle Test (Verbal), CodingDecoding, Venn Diagram, Series, Blood Relations, Figure Matrix, Mathematical Operations, Alphabet Test, Cubes and Dice.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Concept of Geometry
Chapter 2: Number System
Chapter 3: Factors & Multiples
Chapter 4: Integers
Chapter 5: Decimal Fractions
Chapter 6: Ratio & Proportion
Chapter 7: Arithmetic
Chapter 8: Basic Algebra
Chapter 9: Data Handling
Chapter 10: Mensuration
Chapter 11: Symmetry
Series Completion and Inserting the Missing Character, AlphaNumeric Sequence, Analogy and Classification, CodingDecoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagram, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking, Cubes and Dice.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Number System
Chapter 2: Fractions & Decimals
Chapter 3: Linear Equation in One Variable
Chapter 4: Algebraic Expression
Chapter 5: Comparing Quantities
Chapter 6: Exponents and Power
Chapter 7: Ratio & Proportion
Chapter 8: Practical Geometry & Lines and Angles
Chapter 9: The Triangle & Its Properties
Chapter 10: Mensuration
Chapter 11: Data Handling
Series Completion and Inserting the Missing Character, AlphaNumeric Sequence, Analogy and Classification, CodingDecoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagram, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking, Construction of Squares.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Rational Number
Chapter 2: Exponents and Powers
Chapter 3: Square and Square Roots
Chapter 4: Cube and Cube Roots
Chapter 5: Math Magic
Chapter 6: Factorization
Chapter 7: Comparing Quantities
Chapter 8: Direct and Indirect Proportion
Chapter 9: Operation On Algebraic Expressions
Chapter 10: Understanding Quadrilateral and Practical Geometry
Chapter 11: Mensuration
Chapter 12: Data Handling
Series Completion and Inserting the Missing Character, AlphaNumeric Sequence, Analogy and Classification, CodingDecoding, Blood Relations, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagram, Puzzle, Mathematical Operations, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror and Water Images, Embedded Figures and Figure Formation, Figure Matrix, Ranking, Construction of Squares.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Number System
Chapter 2: Algebraic Expression
Chapter 3: Linear Equation in Two Variables
Chapter 4: Comparing Quantities
Chapter 5: Probability & Permutation Combination
Chapter 6: Lines and Angles
Chapter 7: Triangle
Chapter 8: Circle
Chapter 9: Quadrilateral and its Area
Chapter 10: Mensuration
Chapter 11: Trigonometry
Chapter 12: Data Handing
Series Completion, Alpha Numberic, Analogy, Classification, CodingDecoding, Blood Relations, Puzzle Test, Sequential Output Tracing, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Alphabet Test, Ranking, Mathematical Operations, Inserting the Missing Character.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS : 50 QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS : 50 MARKS

EXAM DURATION : 45 MINUTES
No. of Questions: 35
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 35
No. of Questions: 10
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 10
No. of Questions: 05
Marks Per Question: 01
Total Marks: 05
The below exam syllabus is referred from the prescribed syllabus of CBSE, ICSE, State Boards. The complexity level of the questions varies according to the classes. Understanding the exam pattern helpsstudents to concentrate on their preparation of Olympiads.
Chapter 1: Real Number
Chapter 2: Arithmetic Progression
Chapter 3: Polynomials
Chapter 4: Quadratic Equations
Chapter 5: Probability & Permutation Combination
Chapter 6: CoOrdinate Geometry
Chapter 7: Triangles
Chapter 8: Circle and Its Area
Chapter 9: Quadrilateral and Its Area
Chapter 10: Mensuration
Chapter 11: Trigonometry
Chapter 12: Data Handling
Series Completion, Alpha Numberic, Analogy, Classification, CodingDecoding, Blood Relations, Puzzle Test, Sequential Output Tracing, Direction Sense Test, Logical Venn Diagrams, Alphabet Test, Ranking, Mathematical Operations, Inserting the Missing Character.
High Order Thinking Section contains questions related to Section 1  Subjective.
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Round 1:
IMO Maths Olympiad Round 1 follows CBSE, ICSE and other State boards respectively and is based on school curriculum which helps students excel in their academics.
Round 2:
IMO Maths Olympiad Round 2 is the final round exam. Students performing excellent in Round 2 are awarded with exciting scholarship prizes and recognitions.
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