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The International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) is a Math competition for students of class 1 to class 12. Participants are ranked based on their performances. IMO is a two level exam. The IMO exam is held annually, much like any other competitive exam. As a result, students must start with their IMO exam preparation well in advance. To excel in competitive exams such as the IMO, students must work on improving their accuracy and speed.

IMO exam preparation should be done wisely and effectively i.e., by solving numerous questions from every chapter as it is the best approach to enhance and evaluate your performance. Simply practicing questions without putting time constraints would never help you reach your goal. Therefore, students need to solve IMO previous years papers within a specific time range while practicing for the IMO exam preparation.

Solving mock tests allows students to identify which topics need more attention. It also familiarizes them with the IMO exam's difficulty level and exam pattern. It is a crucial aspect as it improves the students' IMO exam preparation quality effectively. Mock tests also improve students' problem-solving speed. As a result, students must take at least three to five practise tests before taking the IMO exam. To study efficiently, students must first identify their own strengths and weaknesses and accordingly give special attention to topics that they find difficult.


Begin the IMO Exam Preparation by:

  1. Kickstart your IMO preparation with our IMO Chapter-wise Explanatory Videos
  2. Ace your IMO Preparation with Chapterwise Test Bank with Chapter Summary and Explanation of Answers exclusively available on our portal.
  3. Boost the confidence of your child by practising IMO Previous Year Papers with explanation of answers.
  4. Give finishing touch to your child's preparation by practising Exclusive IMO Mock Tests.
  5. Help the child practise filling of OMR sheet by downloading it from our portal.
  6. These Exams are based on CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and major State Boards Curriculum.
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