The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is held by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) for students in grades one to twelve. The goal is to identify and support students with a strong chance of becoming future scientists or technologists. The IMO test has two levels: level 1 and level 2.
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The IMO Syllabus Class 5 for Maths Olympiad gives students a good understanding of what they should study for Olympiad competitive exams. Students receive study materials composed of questions framed and prepared following the current ICSE, CBSE, and State Board syllabus. Students who diligently practise the topics in the syllabus are more likely to do well in the exam because they understand the maths concepts. The IMO Syllabus consists of four sections: Logical Reasoning, Mathematical Reasoning, Everyday Mathematics, and Achievers.
IMO Class 5 Syllabus
The International Mathematical Olympiad Syllabus is aimed at evaluating young students’ potential while supporting them in fully developing the required skills. The updated SOF Maths Olympiad Syllabus highlights scientific facts and allows students to learn systematically. The disciplines in the curriculum are designed to help students improve their critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills. The syllabus of IMO Class 5 is divided into four sections:
- 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 with 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 SOF IMO Class 5 Syllabus 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.||This one is based on the syllabus of section 2 and includes Higher-Order Thinking Questions.|
The Marking Scheme for IMO Class 5
The marking scheme for Class 5 is tabulated below. Classes 1 to 4 have 35 questions to answer, while classes 5 to 12 have 50 questions to solve.
|Section||Number of Questions||Marks/Questions||Total Marks|