The International Junior Math Olympiad (IJMO) is an international mathematics competition which is held annually in different countries across Asia. IJMO is organised by SIMCC in collaboration with the National Math Societies in Asian countries to identify and encourage potential young math talents in every SIMCC participating country.

IJMO aims to provide an Asian platform for students to interact and compete against their worthy opponents. IJMO is the ideal platform to showcase every student’s potential and talent in math in the international math competitions arena!

IJMO empowers students with deep conceptual understanding and logical thinking skills beyond Grade-level. This effectively stretches every student’s potential beyond Grade-level, allowing them to better apply much higher level logical and analytical skills to solve challenging Math Olympiad problems. Questions in IJMO are carefully designed to develop every student’s higher level of conceptual understanding and logical thinking skills.

As Malaysia is the host country this year, this international competition is open to Year 2 to Year 11 Malaysian students who have won High Distinction/ Distinction/ High Credit in Depth of Knowledge Assessment (DOKA)Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Awards (Individual Category) in Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) or Gold/ Silver/ Bronze Awards in American Mathematics Olympiad (AMO).


27 July 2019, Saturday – Contest Day

29 July 2019, Monday – Gala & Prize Giving Ceremony


Competition papers for each level contains 30 questions:

Section A (Multiple Choice Questions): Questions 1 to 10 are worth 2 points each

Section B (Multiple Choice Questions): Questions 11 to 20 are worth 3 points each

Section C (Open-ended Questions): Questions 21 to 30 are worth 5 points each

Duration: 90 minutes


The following awards will be given out for the contest:

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%

Sample Papers

Year 2  |  Year 3  |  Year 4  |  Year 5  |  Year 6
Year 7  |  Year 8  |  Year 9  |  Year 10/11