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RMO Exam 2021

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Regional Mathematical Olympiad or RMO is a prestigious exam for students of class 8, 9, 10 and 12. It is the second stage in the international Olympiad conducted by Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE). RMO exam is an opportunity for students to evaluate their profound knowledge of maths and thinking skills. Being able to represent India at the international level is helpful for students who desire to pursue Maths as a field of study.

To know about the RMO exam details, keep on reading the article.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. How to Score Well in RMO?

To score well in RMO, a candidate must prepare a study schedule and allot specific time for each chapter. An RMO aspirant needs to solve various maths problems to sharpen his or her problem-solving skills. Again, referring to the right text for preparation is vital. Some of the best books are Problem Primer for Olympiads, An Excursion in Maths, Functional Equations, Combinatorics, etc. 

Solving mock test papers is the smartest tip for adequate preparation. These questions are readily available on the Olympiad website along with the previous year questions. Students can also prepare for RMO exams by taking an online exam from different websites. These portals provide facilities like test evaluation and suggestion.

2. Why Participate in RMO?

Regional Mathematical Exam is the second stage of Olympiad which allows a candidate to represent India at the international level. It can be termed as an excellent opportunity for the young minds that love mathematics and want to pursue their higher studies in this subject. 

RMO can be the stairway to learning and healthy competition. Students with practice develop logical reasoning, understanding and problem-solving skills. Moreover, through RMO, young children understand their weakness and strength in the subject through self-assessment and marks. 

Their efforts are appreciated with awards and recognition as they represent their state/region at the national and international level. It boosts up children’s confidence and their interest in pursuing Maths as their field of study.