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The Eye Level Math Olympiad is an annual maths contest that began in 2004, with over 28,000 students participating from 15 countries. It is designed to challenge students’ maths skills in a variety of areas, such as number & operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis, reasoning, and problem solving.
The Olympiad is open to all students, and aims to promote the mathematical skills of students of all levels around the world.
There are two sections in this test. Students will be tested for their calculation and arithmetic ability in Section One with 30 problems that need to be completed in 20 minutes. Section Two will cover word problems and critical thinking areas with 20 problems. 30 minutes will be given for the second section.
Participating Eye Level Learning Centres will be holding a Practice Math Olympiad before the actual test takes place. Take this as an opportunity to prepare for the actual test. Please contact the nearest centre for more details. You may also download past test papers to see the difficulty of the test and practice at home.
The Eye Level Math Olympiad is held once a year in November. The official test date is announced in early June.
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