Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (SIMOC) is a unique concept of mathematics competition which not only tests your ability to solve mathematical problems on paper but also tests your ability to work as a team to play interactive mathematical games and solve puzzles. This international competition is open to Year 2 to Year 11 Malaysian students who have won Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Awards (Individual Category) in Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) or Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Awards in American Mathematics Olympiad (AMO).


6 – 9 July 2019 @ Singapore

Format & Awards

Only for Year 2 to Year 11 students where Team Malaysia Year 10&11 students will be in the same group. It consists of three categories: 1 individual written Math Olympiad Contest and 2 team-based challenges – Maths Warriors Competition and Mind Sports Challenge.

Part 1 – Math Olympiad Contest (Individual) 

Math Olympiad Contest is an individual written test. The contest consists of 9 differentiated levels. The duration of the contest is 90 minutes and every paper consists of 25 questions.

Section Questions Correct Answers Wrong Answers No Answer
A – MCQ 1 to 15 +2 points -1 point 0 point
B – Non-MCQ 16 to 25 +4 points 0 point 0 point
Perfect Score Full marks
Gold Award Top 10%
Silver Award Next 15%
Bronze Award Next 25%
Honorable Mention Next 20%
Certificate of Participation Next 30%

SIMOC Syllabus

The syllabus is meant as a guide. It is important to note that the scope of the contests is not limited to this syllabus. SIMOC reserves the rights to change the syllabus without any prior notice.


Part 2 – Maths Warriors Competition (Team based) 

Math Warriors is a game that tests student’s ability to do mental sums as well as strategic thinking. There is also an element of chance involved which makes the game even more exciting.

Forming Teams

Students will be grouped into a team of 3 and placed into their division by SIMOC organisers. Each team will be comprised of a member from a different country and as much as possible a different grade within the same division.

Each student will join 2 partners from different grades and countries to compete in one of 3 divisions:

  • Lower Division(Grade 2 to 4)
  • Middle Division (Grade 5 to 7)
  • Upper Division(Grade 8 to 10/11)
How to play Maths Warriors?

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  • Gold Team Award (1 team awarded)
  • Silver Team Award  (3 teams awarded)
  • Bronze Award (4 teams awarded)
  • Honourable Mention (8 teams award)

Part 3 – Mind Sports Challenge (Team based) 

This is a one hour activity where each team (same team as Maths Warriors), will be given 10 IQ logic questions in a booklet and 4 hands on puzzles to solve.


  • Gold Team Award (1 team awarded)
  • Silver Team Award  (3 teams awarded)
  • Bronze Award (4 teams awarded)
  • Honourable Mention (8 teams award)