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Know all about International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) – Eligibility, Important Dates, Syllabus and Pattern

What is iOM?

The International Olympiad of Mathematics, commonly known as iOM is a test of competence and understanding in the Mathematics subject is conducted annually by SilverZone Foundation (silverzone.org) at National and International levels, based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ ICSE and the State Boards. iOM out up the competition for each and every student who is Studying Mathematics as their subject in the school. Students get a chance to evaluate themselves at International levels through iOM.

iOM builds a solid foundation for school students to outshine in Mathematics which is completely based on the syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ICSE/State Boards. A comprehensive report based on the Olympiad examination empowers students to dive deeper into their strengths and weaknesses. It also encourages them towards academic excellence.

iOM foster Mathematics talents from school to National/International levels by acknowledging their merits and awarding them.

Benefits of Participating in iOM:

  • Advance preparation for competitive exams like JEE/NEET.
  • Early exposure to learning and competition.
  • Helps you to evaluate your strengths and weakness.
  • Rewards and Prizes/Awards for Winners
  • Helps you to uncover your True Potential

 

iOM Eligibility-

  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) level 1 allows all aspirants from classes 1st to 12th to participate in the exam.
  • For level 2, students holding top 1000 rank from each class in level 1 are eligible to appear.
  • Only rank 1 holder from class 6th to 12th in level 2 are eligible to appear for the level 3 exam.

 

iOM Important Dates

Last Date of Registration for iOM- 30th September 2021

18 December 2021 – 19 December 2021 – Exam – Level 1 – First Date | Mode: Online

22 January 2022 – 23 January 2022 – Exam – Level 1 – Second Date | Mode: Online

iOM Application Form

 

  • Visit – https://www.allenoverseas.com/olympiadregistrations/
  • Enter 39731 as School Code
  • Fill in your School Details & Basic Details in the Student Online Registration Form.
  • Select Olympiad Exams i.e. International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM)
  • Agree to Terms & Conditions
  • Before making payment, please review your registration details.
  • Pay the Registration Fee Online ($ 10)


iOM Syllabus and Exam Pattern

The provisional chapter-wise marking Scheme will help students to perform better in SilverZone Olympiads. The actual marks distribution may differ depending on the decision of the paper setters/selectors concerned.

Class- 1

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Number Sense Back and Forth Counting 2 3.5 7
Ones and Tens
Computation Operations Addition 5 3.5 17.5
Subtraction
Comparison
Patterns Patterns 2 3.5 7
Money, Time and Calendar Money 2 3.5 7
Time and Calendar
Length, Weight and Comparison Measurement 2 3.5 7
Geometrical Shapes Identification of Geometrical Figures 2 3.5 7
Reasoning and Aptitude Mental Aptitude 5 4.5 22.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 5 25
Total Questions Total Marks
25 100

 

Class- 2

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Numbers Sense Ones, Tens and Hundreds 2 3.5 7
Computation Operations Addition 6 3.5 21
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
Comparison
Patterns Patterns 1 3.5 3.5
Money, Time and Calendar Money 2 3.5 7
Time and Calendar
Length, Weight and Capacity Measurement 2 3.5 7
Geometrical Shapes Geometrical Figures 2 3.5 7
Reasoning and Aptitude Mental Aptitude 5 4.5 22.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 5 25
Total Questions Total Marks
25 100

 

Class- 3

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Numbers and Their Operations Number Sense and Numeration 6 3 18
Addition and Subtraction
Multiplication and Division
Parts and Wholes Fractions 3 3 9
Money, Time and Calendar Time and Calendar 3 3 9
Money
Unitary Method
Length, Weight and Capacity Measurement 3 3 9
Geometry Geometrical Shapes 3 3 9
Pictograph and Bar Graph Data Handling 2 3 6
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 5 3.5 17.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4.5 22.5
Total Questions Total Marks
30 100

 

Class- 4

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Numbers and Their Operations Number Sense and Numeration 7 3 21
Roman Numerals
Addition and Subtraction
Multiplication and Division
Parts and Wholes Fractions and Decimals 3 3 9
Money and Unitary Method Money 2 3 6
Unitary Method
Geometry Geometrical Shapes 3 3 9
Area and Its Boundary Perimeter and Area 3 3 9
Graphical Representation of Data Data Handling 2 3 6
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 5 3.5 17.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4.5 22.5
Total Questions Total Marks
30 100

 

Class- 5

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Numbers and Their Operations Number Sense and Numeration 5 3 15
Numbers in Operations
Factors and Multiples
Parts and Whole Fractions and Decimals 3 3 9
Percentage, Ratio and Proportion Percentage 3 3 9
Ratio and Proportion/ Time and Distance
Geometry and Measurement Measurement 6 3 18
Geometry
Graphical Representation of Data Data Handling 2 3 6
Algebra Introduction to Algebra 1 3 3
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 5 3.5 17.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4.5 22.5
Total Questions Total Marks
30 100

 

Class- 6

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Number Systems Numbers and Their Operations 9 2.5 22.5
Factors and Multiples
Parts and Wholes Fractions and Decimals 4 2.5 10
Algebra, Ratio and Proportion Algebra 3 2.5 7.5
Ratio and Proportion
Geometry and Mensuration Mensuration 6 2.5 15
Geometry
Graphical Representation of Data Data Handling 2 2.5 5
Sets and Their Representations Introduction to Sets 1 2.5 2.5
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 5 3.5 17.5
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4 20
Total Questions Total Marks
35 100

 

Class-7

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Numbers and Their Operations Integers 5 2.5 12.5
Simplifying Arithtmetic Expressions
Fractions and Decimals
Rational Numbers
Exponents
Algebra Algebraic Expressions 3 2.5 7.5
Algebraic Identities
Linear Equations
Ratio and its Applications Ratio and Proportion 4 2.5 10
Percentage
Profit and Loss
Simple and Compound Interests
Geometry and Mensuration Lines and Angles 5 2.5 12.5
Triangles
Quadrilaterals
Solid Shapes
Perimeter
Area of Closed Figures
Data Handling Terms related to data and Graphical representation of data 3 2.5 7.5
Chance and Probability
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 3 30
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4 20
Total Questions Total Marks
35 100

 

Class-8

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Number Systems Rational Numbers 4 2.5 10
Exponents
Square and Square Root
Cube and Cube Root
Algebra and Geometry Algebraic Expression 4 2.5 10
Factorization
Linear Equation
Convex and Concave polygon
Comparing Quantities Direct and inverse proportions 6 2.5 15
Time and Work
Speed and Distance
Percentage
Profit and Loss
Compound Interest and Simple Interest
Mensuration Surface area and volume of Cube 3 2.5 7.5
Cuboid and Cylinder
Data Handling Frequency distribution 3 2.5 7.5
Line graph
Bar graph
Histogram and Pie Chart
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 3 30
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 4 20
Total Questions Total Marks
35 100

 

Class- 9

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Real Numbers Irrational Numbers 4 2.25 9
Real numbers and their Decimal expansions
Operation on real Numbers
Laws of Exponents for real numbers
Algebra & Co-ordinate geometry Polynomials in one variable 8 2.25 18
Zeroes of a polynomial
Factorization of Polynomials
Logarithms
Linear equation in two variables
Graph of Linear equation in two variables
Solution of Linear Equations
Co-ordinate geometry
Geometry Lines and angles 4 2.25 9
Triangles
Quadrilaterals
Circles
Statistics and Probability Measures of Dispersion 4 2.25 9
Mean, Median and mode
Probability of an Event
Applied Mathematics Mensuration 5 2.25 11.25
Word Problems Based On Mathematics
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 2.5 25
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 3.75 18.75
Total Questions Total Marks
40 100

 

Class- 10

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Number System & Sequence and Series Rational and Irrational Numbers 4 2.25 9
Arithmetic Progression
Algebra & Co-ordinate geometry Polynomials 5 2.25 11.25
Pair of Linear equations in two variables
Quadratic equation
Distance Formula
Section Formula
Geometry Similar figures 4 2.25 9
Similarity of Triangles
Circles
Tangent to a circle
Trigonometry Trigonometry 4 2.25 9
Height and Distance
Statistics and Probability Mean, Mode and Median of grouped Data 4 2.25 9
Probability of Events
Mensuration Surface Area and Volume 4 2.25 9
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 2.5 25
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 3.75 18.75
Total Questions Total Marks
40 100

 

Class- 11

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Sets & Functions Sets 8 2.25 18
Relations and Functions
Trigonometric functions
Algebra Complex number 4 2.25 9
Sequence and series
Permutation and combination
Inequality
Quadratic equation
Co-ordinate Geometry Straight lines 6 2.25 13.5
Conic Sections
Calculus Limits and derivatives 3 2.25 6.75
Statistics & Probabilty Measures of Dispersion 4 2.25 9
Range
Mean Deviation
Variance and Standard Deviation
Analysis of frequency Distribution
probability
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 2.5 25
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 3.75 18.75
Total Questions Total Marks
40 100

 

Class- 12

Unit Chapters No. of Questions Marks Total Marks
Relations and Functions Sets 5 2.25 11.25
Types of Relations
Types of Functions
Binary Operations
Inverse Trigonometric functions
Algebra Matrices and Determinants 2 2.25 4.5
Vectors & 3D Vector algebra and Three dimensional geometry 4 2.25 9
Calculus Applications of Derivatives 10 2.25 22.5
Integrals
Definite Integrals
Application of Integrals
Differential Equation
Linear programming Linear Programming Problem 1 2.25 2.25
Probability Independent Events 3 2.25 6.75
Conditional Probability
Multiplication Theorem on Probability
Bayes’ Theorem
Theorem of total Probability
Variables and Standard Deviation
Reasoning and Aptitude Reasoning and Aptitude 10 2.5 25
Scholar’s Zone Scholar’s Zone 5 3.75 18.75
Total Questions Total Marks
40 100

*Source- https://www.silverzone.org/SubjectInfo/iom

iOM Result & Rankings

 

Rank. No. Award
1st 1st rank holder in each class will be awarded with a Cash Prize of Rs. 7,500/-.
2nd 2nd rank holder in each class will be awarded with a Cash Prize of Rs. 5,000/-.
3rd 3rd rank holder in each class will be awarded with a Cash Prize of Rs. 2,500/-.
4th to 10th 4th to 10th rank holders in each class will be awarded with Medals of Excellence.
11th to 500th 11th to 500th rank holders in each class will be awarded with the topper achievement certificate.
1th, 2th and 3rd All Zonal Rank 1st, 2nd 3rd rank holders of all classes will be awarded with Medals of Excellence.
1st, 2nd 3rd Class Topper 1st, 2nd 3rd rank holders of every class of each school will be awarded with Medals of Excellence, provided the topper obtains at least 50% marks
All All the participants will be awarded with the participation Certificate Reflecting their Class/Zonal/Olympiad Ranks and Marks.
  • Prizes of Level 1 and Level 2 will be awarded together based on the Result of the Level 1 examination and Audio/video/ in-person interviews.
  • For up to 10 students obtaining the same rank, the award amount will be divided & distributed equally. Plus, each winner will be awarded with Gold Medal of Excellence in the relevant category and Certificate.
  • In the event, 11 or more students gets the same rank, in lieu of cash award, each winner will be awarded with a Medal of Excellence in the relevant category and a Certificate.

Important – Level 3 will not be conducted for year 2021-22.

About iOM Test Paper

The Medium of exam will be English only. The exam is being conducted for all classes from 1st to 12th with the following particulars.

 

  • For Classes 1-2: There will be 25 questions with the duration of 40 Minutes.
  • For Classes 3-5: There will be 30 questions with the duration of 50 Minutes.
  • For Classes 6-8: There will be 35 questions with the duration of 50 Minutes.
  • For Classes 9-12: There will be 40 questions with the duration of 60 Minutes.
  • The questions will be of objective type in nature with multiple choice answers. There is NO negative marking.

 

iOM 2021 Highlights
Exam Name iOM
Full Exam Name International Olympiad of Mathematics
Conducting Body SilverZone Foundation
Frequency of Conduct Once in a Year
Exam Level Intermediate
Languages English
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee (General) $10 USD
Mode of Exam Online
Exam Duration 60 Minutes

 

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