## About Mock Test 1 for INMO

## FAQs on INMO Exam Mock Test 1

**1. How to Prepare for INMO?**

Before preparing for the INMO 20231, students should know that this examination is one of the steps to be passed for taking part in the International Mathematical Olympiad. Since many students will participate in the International Mathematics Olympiad, the competition will be very high.

The question paper will contain six very tricky questions and students will get only four hours to solve the same. The syllabus is very vast and thus students will need to start the preparation from a very early stage. A specific timetable has to be followed by the students and not even a single practice day can be skipped for scoring good in this examination. Students are recommended to solve as many books as they can to gain the proper knowledge of a particular topic.

**2. How to Apply for INMO?**

Students who want to take part in INMO have to understand that there is no specific registration process that can be taken into consideration. INMO is given by the students who qualify for IOQM that is a previous level examination before INMO.

Also, students who are INMO merits of the previous year will be eligible for this examination as well. For any further information or details on INMO, head over to the website of Vedantu, where students have the options to choose from a variety of options that are provided to them by Vedantu.

**3. Is INMO Tough?**

Being the third stage for the IMO selection process, we can say that INMO is a rightly difficult examination. For participating in the IMO, students will have to clear this Examination without any exceptions. This exam is four hours long, which is more than the general examination time of three hours. Though only six questions will be asked, these questions will be in a descriptive manner. The syllabus is vast and hence should be covered as early as possible.

**4. How Do You Qualify for INMO?**

The following options listed below will explain how one can qualify for INMO:

For INMO, students will have to pass RMO. RMO is the 2nd stage and the top 28 students from grade 8th to 11th are selected and the top 6 students from 12th grade are selected for the INMO examination.

In case there is a tie, then PROMO scores are considered and are used for breaking the tie between students. If PROMO does not help then all the students with the same marks will be included in the final list.

5 students who belong to the category of non-KV-CBSE can be selected by the managing body.

Five girls are selected from grade 8th to grade 11th.

**5. Where will IMO 2021 be Held?**

IMO 2021 will be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia. This will be the 62nd International Mathematical Olympiad. The previous 61st IMO was also held in the same place, Saint Petersburg, Russia. The process for representing India at IMO is difficult and thus students should practice as much as they can and should be aware of the syllabus as well. Sample papers, important questions, mock tests and doubt sessions should be taken by the students and here, Vedantu can help students by providing them with all the Sources and study materials they will need for the examination.