Singapore International Mathematical Olympiad (SIMO) Home Page


The pinnacle of all the mathematical competitions open to school students is the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). The first IMO was held in Brasov, Romania in July, 1959. Seven countries participated in this olympiad: Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Each country sent a team of 8 contestants, except the Soviet Union which sent only four. The second IMO was held in the following year again in Romania. The participating countries were again from Eastern Europe. Since then the number of participating countries as well as that of contestants have increased steadily and it has become the most prestigious international mathematical competition. In recent years, there are more than 80 participating countries and regions and close to 500 contestants at each IMO........
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Activities and Competitions

Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif   2003 National Team Training Problems and Solutions

Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif Training Problems
Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif Selection Tests 1994-2003  

Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif Selection Test 2006

Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif  Past IMO Questions and Solutions

Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif   Singapore Participation in IMO


a.      2015 Chiang Mai, Thailand

b.     2014 Cape Town, South Africa

c.      2013 Santa Marta, Columbia

d.     2012 Mar del Plata, Argentina

e.      2011 Amsterdam, Netherlands

f.       2010 Astana, Kazakhstan

g.      2009 Bremen, Germany

h.      2008 Madrid, Spain

i.       2007 Hanoi, Vietnam

j.       2006 Ljubljana, Slovenia

k.      2005 Merida, Mexico

l.       2004 Athens, Greece

m.    2003 Tokyo, Japan

n.      2002 Glasgow, United Kingdom

o.     2001 Washington, USA

p.     2000 Taejon, Republic of Korea

q.     1999 Bucharest, Romania


 Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif   Past IMO result for Singapore




  Links to other Math Olympiads


  Description: S:\image\icoScroll.gif  Art of Problem Solving