The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is held by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) for students in grades 1 to 12. Students can improve their time management and competitive skills and prepare for higher grades by taking the IMO exam. It enables students to assess themselves on a local, regional, state, national, and international level. Competing with other students fosters a strong sense of self-achievement, driving them to achieve greater success.
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Students in Class 10 must be well-versed in all aspects of Mathematics. The Maths Olympiad Syllabus is designed to follow the school’s curriculum. This Syllabus can be used by students from CBSE, ICSE, or State Board to prepare for competitive exams. Students in Class 10 can go through the whole Syllabus and practise extensively to excel in national or international competitions. Each topic in the IMO Syllabus Class 10 is designed to help students prepare for higher-level competitive exams. They can thoroughly understand all concepts connected to various topics by preparing for the Maths Olympiad.
IMO Class 10 Syllabus
The Olympiad Syllabus of Class 10 maths strengthens basic knowledge, allowing students to solve complex questions based on advanced concepts. As they prepare for the Class 10 Maths Olympiad, students will better understand the fundamentals of high school Mathematics. The four sections of the Syllabus of IMO Class 10 are as follows:
- Logical Reasoning section – The section is meant to help students improve their learning abilities and feel comfortable approaching nonverbal and verbal reasoning on several topics.
- Mathematical Reasoning section – Students must learn several methods for strengthening mathematical reasoning by resolving various kinds of mathematical problems.
- Everyday Mathematics – The 3rd section focuses on aiding students to improve their problem-solving skills concerning various mathematical concepts.
- Achiever section – Students are evaluated on their fundamental mathematical skills in the last section. Since the core concepts are discussed in this segment, students must be conversant with the topics in advance to handle various questions more effectively.
The IMO Syllabus for Class 10 is tabulated below.
|Section 1||Section 2||Section 3||Section 4|
|Section 1 includes the following topics:
||Section 2 includes the following topics:
||The Syllabus of this section will be based on the Syllabus of Mathematical Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude.||Higher-Order Thinking Questions – Syllabus as per Section 2.|
The Marking Scheme for IMO Class 10
The marking scheme for Class 10 is tabulated below. Classes 1 to 4 have 35 questions to answer, while classes 5 to 12 have 50 questions to solve.
- Number of questions – 50
- Time – 1 hour
|Section||Number of Questions||Marks/Questions||Total Marks|
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Frequently Asked Questions on IMO Syllabus Class 10
What are the advantages of taking the Olympiad examinations for a student?
A Student Performance Report (SPR) is sent to each student. The SPR evaluates the student’s strengths and weaknesses and provides a detailed performance comparison of the student to other students at the school, city, zonal, and international levels. There is also a review of the student’s previous years’ performance.