Since 1989, the International Maths Olympiad (IMO) has provided a stage for students to exhibit their mathematical abilities. Mathematics is a subject that has always involved many formulas and a lot of practice to put them into effect. It is a scoring subject that calls for conceptual mastery from the students.
The saying, “Practice makes perfect”, is something we’ve all heard, and it applies to maths more precisely. The International Maths Olympiad (IMO) is a forum where students not just pass the test and get a rank but also master the foundations, which the majority of pupils nowadays lack.
Exam Highlights and Dates
Conducting Body 
Indian Talent Olympiad 
Exam Name 
International Maths Olympiad (IMO) 
Last Date of School Registration 
10th September 2022 
Last Date of Individual Registration 
30th November 2022 
Exam Date Round 1 (Individual Student Registration) 

Exam Date Round 1 (School Registration) 
29th November 2022 
Mode of Reference 
Online 
Mode of Examination 
OMR or Computerbased Test 
Type of Examination 
Objective Type 
Exam Duration 
65 minutes 
Medium of Test 
English 
ITO – International Maths Olympiad Registration
For all Olympiad exams offered by the Indian Talent Organisation, the registration procedure is the same. Since ITO doesn’t promote individual registration, students should submit their names to the school organiser in order to apply for the ITO Olympiad. Schools must register with the ITO in order to permit students to take part in Olympiad exams.
ITO – International Maths Olympiad Syllabus
The school’s curriculum is the basis for the IMO syllabus. Maths basics, algebra, geometry, and other related ideas are all covered by IMO. The chapters of the IMO syllabus are based on the boards, such as ICSE/CBSE etc. When students understand the material and prepare accordingly, they can finish all the topics before the exam date.
IMO Syllabus for Class 1
 Shapes and sizes
 Number system
 Addition
 Subtraction
 Time
 Money
 Measurement
 Pattern
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 2
 Lines and shapes
 Number system
 Addition
 Subtraction
 Time
 Money
 Measurement
 Patterns
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 3
 Basic geometric shapes and figures
 Number system
 Addition and subtraction
 Multiplication and division
 Fractions
 Measurement
 Time and calendar
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 4
 Basic geometric shapes
 Number system
 Addition and subtraction
 Multiplication and division
 Fractions
 Measurement
 Time and calendar
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 5
 Concept of geometry
 Number system
 Factors and multiples
 Addition and subtraction
 Multiplication and division
 Fractions and decimals
 Measurements
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 6
 Concept of geometry
 Number system
 Factors and multiples
 Integers
 Decimal fractions
 Ratio and proportion
 Arithmetic
 Basic algebra
 Data handling
 Mensuration
 Symmetry
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 7
 Number system
 Fractions and decimals
 Linear equation in one variable
 Algebraic expression
 Comparing quantities
 Exponents and power
 Ratio and proportion
 Practical geometry, lines, and angles
 The triangle & its properties
 Mensuration
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 8
 Rational number
 Exponents and powers
 Square and square roots
 Cube and cube roots
 Maths magic
 Factorisation
 Comparing quantities
 Direct and indirect proportion
 Operation on algebraic expressions
 Understanding quadrilateral and practical geometry
 Mensuration
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 9
 Number system
 Algebraic expression
 Linear equation in two variables
 Comparing quantities
 Probability and permutation combination
 Lines and angles
 Triangle
 Circle
 Quadrilateral and its area
 Mensuration
 Trigonometry
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
IMO Syllabus for Class 10
 Real number
 Arithmetic progression
 Polynomials
 Quadratic equations
 Probability and permutation combination
 Coordinate geometry
 Triangles
 Circle and its area
 Quadrilateral and its area
 Mensuration
 Trigonometry
 Data handling
 Logical reasoning
ITO IMO Exam Pattern
The International Mathematical Olympiad exam mostly covers the topics covered in the relevant classes. There are three sections in the mathematics paper in total: the subjective section, the HOTs section, and the logical reasoning section. No marks will be deducted for incorrect or unanswered questions; instead, students will receive one score for each correct response.
S.No 
Section 
Total Questions 
1. 
Subjective 
22 
2. 
HOT’s 
3 
3. 
Logical Reasoning 
10 
ITOIMO Result
The Indian Talent Olympiad (ITO) will publish the results of the IMO exam. ITO also announces state results, zonal results, and performance reports for each participant in addition to the international results. The IMO results date has not yet been released. This page will be updated once the results are published.
Steps to Check IMO Results
By contacting the school administration, students can confirm the result. Students can follow steps listed below to check the results.
 Visit the India Talent Olympiad’s official website.
 Click on the results link on the home page.
 After entering the roll number, select â€˜searchâ€™.
 Details of the students’ results will be shown on the screen.
 Student rank and level 2 qualifying status are included in the results information.
 Take a printout of the ITO results and save them for later use.
ITOIMO Awards
Exciting prizes will be given out to candidates who achieved high rankings or qualified for the next stage. The effort that students put into test preparation will not go in vain because if they perform very well on the test, they are eligible for a variety of ITO awards.
Frequently Asked Questions on ITOIMO 2022
What is ITOIMO?
What should I do to prepare for ITO?
What are the ITO IMO preparation tips
 The ITO IMO exam often only includes multiplechoice questions.
 IMO workbooks include several subjects from the curriculum, but in various formats, to start conceptual learning.
 Students have an advantage over concepts to tackle challenging questions because the syllabus is the same and is followed by the institution. Due to this, the test is extremely difficult, and each year, more people apply to take it.