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MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD

Mathematical Olympiad is a competition for high school and elementary school students. It is organized by Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic in cooperation with Union of Slovak Mathematicians and Physicists (JSMF) and Slovak Committee of Mathematical Olympiad (SKMO) (see Rules of Organization of MO). The competition is directed by SKMO. In regions, it is governed by regional committees of MO and branches of JSMF. In schools, the teachers of mathematics organize the competition.

Recently added documents

25. 5. 22:42pdf: 73rd year, CPSJ, solutions
25. 5. 22:31pdf: 73rd year, CPSJ, problems
22. 5. 08:51pdf: 73rd year, team competition, CPSJ, results
13. 5. 13:00pdf: 72nd year, selection for CPSJ, problems
13. 5. 08:40pdf: 73rd year, selection for CPSJ, problems
9. 4. 13:24pdf: 73rd year, B, regional round, solutions
9. 4. 13:24pdf: 73rd year, Hungarian version, B, regional round, problems
9. 4. 13:24pdf: 73rd year, Slovak version, B, regional round, problems
9. 4. 13:23pdf: 73rd year, C, regional round, solutions
9. 4. 13:23pdf: 73rd year, Hungarian version, C, regional round, problems
Problems and solution of particular rounds can be found also in documents section.

Forthcoming events

MO
9.14. 6. →training (Modra) [?]
30. 6.3. 7. →CAPS (Austria, Klosterneuburg)
11.22. 7.IMO (United Kingdom, Bath)
24.30. 8.MEMO (Hungary, Szeged)
Related events
30. 5.1. 6. →Sezamko, summer camp [www]
31. 5. →Malynár, Mamut (Košice, Poprad) [www]
14.20. 6. →Malynár, summer camp (Stará voda) [www]
15.22. 6. →KMS, summer camp β [www]
20.26. 6. →Matik, summer camp (Stará voda) [www]
15.19. 7. →Matik, _PriMaT_-_denny_tabor (Košice) [www]
29. 7.5. 8. →Matik, _TMM_-_letny_tabor (Zelený breh) [www]
2.11. 8. →SEZAM, summer camp [www]
8.14. 9. →Strom, autumn camp (Radzim, Vyšná Slaná) [www]
The complete schedule can be found in schedule section.

Methodological and Organizational Guidelines

Methodological and organizational guidelines for the school year 2023/2024 can be found in this document.

Extraordinary success at EGMO in Georgia

5th place in Europe and winning 4 valuable medals!

EGMO 2024 team
From left bottom: A. Dományová, H. Kalábová, L. Chladná, E. Macáková; above: Á. Záhorský, M. Melicher, M. Pecho, M. Poturnay

The Slovak national team had an extremely successful performance at this year's European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO). From the point of view of point gain, our team was placed in a beautiful 5th place out of 37 participating European countries.

We could be rightly proud of our girls' results in the previous years of EGMO, but this time the girls performed even better. They improved the medal balance from last year (gold and three bronzes).

The excellent Eliška Macáková (Private Gymnázium CENADA, Bratislava, 4th grade) confirmed her role as the favorite and won a gold medal again after last year (36 points), Lucia Chladná (Gymnázium Grösslingová, Bratislava, 3rd grade) won a silver medal after last year's bronze (23 points), Alica Dományová (Gymnázium Grösslingová, Bratislava, 4th grade) won a bronze medal (20 points) after last year's bronze, although this time with a higher score. And the youngest member of our team Hana Kalábová (ŠpMNDaG, Bratislava, 2nd grade) did not leave without a medal either and successfully reached for the bronze medal (14 points).

The leaders of our representation were Marián Poturnay and Martin Melicher. Ákos Záhorský and Michal Pecho were also members of our expedition, who took on the role of coordinators in correcting the competition solutions.

A bonus of this year's EGMO was also the fact that one of the used competition problems was from Slovakia (similar to last year). Its author is our most successful problem creator for national and international math competitions, Patrik Bak.