IOQM 2022 Registration, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates and More!
The Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics is to be held in the month of October. The Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics is a national-level examination with 5 levels. If you are an IOQM aspirant you must go through the complete article.
In this article, we have discussed the important dates, overview, registration process and eligibility of the examination. We have also provided downloadable links to the sample papers to help students develop a better understanding of the exam structure and format. Go through the complete article to be exam ready with Vedantu!
Mentioned below is the eligibility criteria od the 2022 examination:
Students must be born on or after August 1, 2003.
Applicants must be studying in a class between Classes 8-12.
Only Indian citizens and students with OCI cards are eligible for the IOQM registration form.
Mentioned below are the complete registration steps of the 2022 examination.
Go to the official website of IOQM.
Select the registration link.
Mention all the asked credentials.
Now upload the requisite documents.
Make the payment of registration. The registration fee is 200 rupees.
IOQM Registration Important Points
The following are some of the important points to take note of while registering for the IOQM examination.
When filling out the IOQM 2022 application form, students must double-check all data.
Any incorrect information supplied during IOQM registration 2022 will result in the student's instant exclusion from taking the IOQM 2022 test.
Make sure you have all of the necessary documentation on hand.
Students who are unable to access the IOQM 2022 registration form online may apply at their nearest IOQM registration centre.
The Mathematics Teachers Association of India (MTAI), Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT), and Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) – HBCSE will jointly organise the Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics (IOQM), a three-hour examination (TIFR).
The Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics (IOQM), hosted by the Mathematics Teachers' Association, would be the first stage of the programme (India). This will be a three-hour exam with 30 questions, each with an integer answer in the range of 00 to 99.
The Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), TIFR, will host the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) in the second stage. This will be a four-hour test with six multiple-choice questions and proof-based answers.
Rules and Guidelines for INMO 2022
The following rule will be used to compile a list of qualifying students for the INMO 2022:
Students in each area (including students from KVS and JNV) who score in the top 300 (class XI or lower category) + 60 (class XII category) in IOQM will receive a certificate if they achieve a minimum cut-off score of 10% of the total marks on the IOQM paper. However, this is not an INMO qualifying condition.
Regardless of the regional quota, the top 540 on the IOQM merit list will be eligible for INMO. There will be 90 students in class XII in this pool.
There will be 450 pupils in classes VIII, IX, X, and XI.
A minimum of 30 students (class XI or below category) + 6 students (class XII category) + 5 students (female students, regardless of the number of girl students qualifying in class XI or below category). In the girl’s category, no girl student from class XII is eligible. Regardless of the scores, one representative from each area will qualify for INMO (provided each qualifying candidate has a score above a minimum cut-off score of 10 percent of the total marks of the IOQM paper).
At maximum, 6 pupils are allowed (provided each qualifying candidate has a score above a minimum cut-off score of 10 per cent of the total marks of the IOQM paper.) Pupils studying in an Indian school system other than Kendriya Vidyalaya will be chosen from a group of students living abroad and studying in an Indian school system other than Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV). There shall be no more than 1 student from class XII and no more than 5 kids from class XI or lower among these 6 students. This group of pupils does not have a special female quota.
This was the complete details on the exam pattern, format, important dates and eligibility of the IOQM 2022 examination. We hope to have helped you with your queries. We wish you all the best for the upcoming examinations!
FAQs on Indian Olympiad Qualifier in Mathematics (IOQM) 2022
1. What is IOQM?
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.
2. Are RMO and IOQM the same?
There were four stages to qualify for the Maths 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.
3. Is there a negative marking in the IOQM examination?
No, there is no negative marking in the IOQM examination.
4. How do I qualify for IOQM?
To qualify for IOQM, you can practise previous year question papers, which are available on our website for free. We have also provided the links to sample question papers above that you can access and practise.
5. Is IOQM Tough?
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 wouldn’t be tough. Make sure to practice and you will not face much problem.