AIMO & SIMOC 2017 Intensive
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TeamMathicians’ Achievement in SIMOC & AIMO 2016
More than 100 Malaysian students took part in SIMOC and AIMO last year. Of these, about one third are TeamMathics students who bagged 8 Gold, 10 Silver, 19 Bronze and 16 Merit awards. Well done, TeamMathicians!
TeamMathics is the official Exclusive Training Partner for AMO, SASMO, SIMOC and AIMO. It is our aim in this capacity, to help potential students build their strategic planning and proving skills – knowledge meant for solving super challenging non-routine questions in Maths Olympiad competitions.
This year, TeamMathics will conduct:
(i) SIMOC Intensive in April-May and
(ii) AIMO Intensive in June-July
(Classes commence in April’17)
Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (SIMOC) is a unique concept of mathematics competition which not only tests your ability to solve mathematical problems on pen and paper but also tests your ability to work as a team to play interactive mathematical games and solve puzzles. SIMOC gives you an opportunity to compete with top mathematical talents from around the world and learn from each other as a team. Individual and team recognition awards are up for grabs. 15 countries took part in SIMOC 2016.
SIMOC consists of three categories for Year 2-11 participants: one individual written Math Olympiad Contest and two team-based challenges – the Maths Warriors Competition and Mind Sports Challenge.
SIMOC is open to Year 2-11 Malaysian students who have won Gold, Silver and Bronze awards (individual category) in SASMO.
July 14-17 (Fri-Mon): SIMOC 2017 @ Singapore
(Classes commence in June’17)
Asia International Mathematical Olympiad Open Contest (AIMO) is an international platform for students to improve their critical thinking skills and exchange knowledge. It also aims to promote educational and cultural development. For the last 5 years, AIMO Open has been successfully concluded (2012 @ Hong Kong, 2013 @ Taiwan, 2014 @ Chengdu, China, 2015 @ Thailand, 2016 @ Hong Kong). Since 2012, the number of students participating in AIMO Open has been increasing. They are the elites in mathematics from 13 countries or regions of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea, Singapore, Bulgaria and Kazakhstan.
AIMO is open to Year 3-11 Malaysian students who win Gold, Silver or Bronze awards (individual category) in SASMO. Year 12-13/ STPM/ A-Levels students who do well in other maths competitions/ Olympiads are also invited to participate.
Aug 3 (Thursday): AIMO 2017 Contest Day @ KL, Malaysia
Students attending AIMO & SIMOC Intensive 2016 from Seremban, Kelantan, Selangor and KL.