The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is held by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) for students in grades 1 to 12. 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 Mathematics Olympiad Syllabus for each class is divided into four portions, each containing concepts and subjects completely suited to the curriculum and student understanding. The IMO Syllabus 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 3^{rd} section focuses on aiding students to improve their problemsolving 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.
IMO Olympiad Syllabus
Every year, the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) is held. The goal is to identify and support students with a high probability of becoming future scientists. This test is divided into two levels, each with its own syllabus, such as the IMO level 1 syllabus and the SOF IMO 2nd level syllabus. The IMO Olympiad’s classwise syllabus is listed here. Classes 1 – 4 have 35 questions, while Classes 5 – 12 have 50 to solve.
Syllabus Covered in Class 1
The IMO Class 1 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Sections 3 and 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

These cover the same topics as section 2; however, they are more advanced. Students must rely more on their fundamental skills to solve these sections’ problems. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 2
The IMO Class 2 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Sections 3 and 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

Sections 3 and 4 cover topics similar to those covered in section 2 but more complex. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 3
The IMO Syllabus Class 3 is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Sections 3 and 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

Sections 3 and 4 include indepth the subjects covered in section 2 and require students to approach them using mathematical reasoning. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 4
The IMOÂ Class 4 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Sections 3 and 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

To solve the questions more efficiently in this section, students must understand the fundamental concepts from previous sections. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 5
The IMO Class 5 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section1  Section2  Section3  Section4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

The syllabus for this portion will be derived from the topics given for mathematical reasoning.  This one is based on the syllabus for section 2 and includes the thinking questions based on that. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 6
The IMO Class 6 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Section 3  Section 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

It is based on the mathematical reasoning syllabus.  It is as per the syllabus in section 2 and includes a highorder thinking version. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 7
The IMO Class 7 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Section 3  Section 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

It is based on the mathematical reasoning syllabus.  It is based on section 2 and includes highorder thinking problems. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 8
The SOF IMO Class 8 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Section 3  Section 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

It is based on the mathematical reasoning syllabus.  It is based on section 2 and includes highorder thinking problems. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 9
The IMO Syllabus Class 9 is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed 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.  It is based on section 2 but includes highorder thinking problems. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 10
The IMO Class 10 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Section 1  Section 2  Section 3  Section 4 
Section 1 includes the following topics:

Section 2 includes the following topics:

This section’s syllabus is based on quantitative aptitude and mathematical reasoning.  It is based on section 2 and includes highorder thinking questions. 
Syllabus Covered in Class 11
The IMO Class 11 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Topics covered in section 1:
 Nonverbal Reasoning
 Verbal Reasoning
Topics covered in section 2:
Sets, Relations and Functions, Principle of Mathematical Induction, Logarithms, Linear Inequations, Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations, Trigonometry, Sequences and Series, Conic Sections, Straight Lines, Binomial Theorem, Permutations and Combinations, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Limits and Derivatives, Introduction to 3D Geometry, Probability
or
Numbers, Numerical Applications, Quantification, Sets, Relations and Functions, Permutations and Combinations, Sequences and Series, Limits, Probability, Continuity and Differentiability, Mathematical Reasoning, Descriptive Statistics, Straight Lines, Circles and Basics of Financial Mathematics.
Topics covered in section 3:
The syllabus of this portion is based on the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude.
Topics covered in section 4:
Sets, Sequences and Series, Relations and Functions, Limits and Derivatives, Permutations and Combinations, Circles, Straight Lines and Probability.
Syllabus Covered in Class 12
The IMO Class 12 Syllabus is divided into four portions, each covering the topics listed below.
Topics covered in section 1:
 Nonverbal Reasoning
 Verbal Reasoning
Topics covered in section 2:
Relations and Functions, Matrices and Determinants, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Continuity and Differentiability, Integrals, Application of Integrals, Probability, Application of Derivatives, Differential Equations, Three Dimensional Geometry, Vector Algebra, and Linear Programming.
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Numbers, Quantification, Solutions of Simultaneous Linear Equations, Numerical Applications, Matrices, Determinants, Integration, Application of Integrations, Timebased data, Application of Derivatives, Differential Equations, Inferential Statistics, Linear Programming, Probability, Index numbers, Financial Mathematics.
Topics covered in section 3:
The syllabus of this portion is based on the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude.
Topics covered in section 4:
Matrices, Application of Derivatives, Integration, Determinants, Application of Integrations, Linear Programming, Differential Equations, Probability.
The IMO exam is a 60minute objectivetype test with 35 questions for Classes 1 to 4 and 50 for Classes 5 to 12. Each test is divided into three or four sections based on the subjects of the Olympiad’s conduction.
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