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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. What is IOQM?

Answer: The first level of the Mathematics Olympiad is the Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics. The Maths Olympiad is divided into four stages. The Mathematics Teachers' Association (MTA) is in charge of IOQM, while the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education is in charge of the remaining rounds of the Mathematical Olympiad Program (HBCSE). Last year in the month of January, the IOQM examination was performed.

Q2. Are RMO and IOQM the Same?

Answer: There were four stages to qualify for the math olympiad before the pandemic, but this year they have been limited to three. Until last year, there were two independent tests, the PRMO first stage and the RMO second stage, which were merged to form IOQM, which stands for Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics. Due to the pandemic, PRMO and RMO were merged to form IOQM in order to relieve student stress.

Q3. Can IOQM be Held Online?

Answer: As of now there are no details given by the Mathematics Teachers' Association (MTA) who are in charge of IOQM, or by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education regarding the mode of conducting the exam.

Q4. How Do I Qualify for IOQM?

Answer: To qualify for IOQM, you can practice previous year question papers, which are available on our website for free.Â

Q5. Is IOQM Tough?

Answer: There will be questions from all three domains, that is easy, medium and hard. If you practice and study according to the given syllabus, the exam wouldnâ€™t be tough. Make sure to practice and you will not face much problem.