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Math Olympiad/ American Math Competition The Singapore Mathematical Olympiad – What is it? The Singapore Mathematical Olympiad (SMO) is organised by the Singapore Mathematical Society. The Singapore Mathematical Olympiad is the largest and oldest mathematics competition in Singapore. Each year, thousands of students from all over the country take part in SMO. SMO comprises three sections, Junior, Senior and Open, each of which is open to all preuniversity students studying in Singapore who meet the age requirements for the particular section. The competition is held annually, and the first round of each section is usually held in late May or early June. The second round of the Senior and Open round is usually held in late June or early July (usually the first Tuesday of the June Holidays in Singapore). Who is Eligible? Singapore Math Olympiad (Junior) : Students from Primary 6 to Secondary 2. Course Schedule Please contact Fig Learning Centre for details. Course Content Different techniques with competitionorientated questions to gain experience for the Singapore Math Olympiad (Junior) Topics covered : Arithmetic Ratios, Polynomial Equations, Indices & surds, Circle Geometry, Polygons, Counting Techniques, Probability and many others.
The National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore (NMOS) – What is it? The National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore (NMOS) is organised by NUS High School of Math and Science, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and the Singapore Mathematical Society. Who is Eligible? NMOS : Students from Primary 4 to Primary 5 Course Schedule NMOS : Every Friday, 4.30pm to 6pm Course Content Different techniques with competitionorientated questions to gain experience for the National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore (NMOS)
American Mathematics Competition – What is it? The American Mathematics Competition www.unl.edu/amc/ is conducted by the Mathematical Association of America. AMC is dedicated to the goal of strengthening the mathematical capabilities of our youth. AMC contests can have lasting educational value. Talents will be enhanced if one practices beforehand, by working through previous examinations, by participating in math leagues and, most importantly, by studying mathematics more intensely than one normally does in school. Who is Eligible? AMC 8 : Students from Primary 4 to Primary 6 Course Schedule AMC 8 : Every Friday, 4.30pm to 6pm

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