RMO Syllabus 2022 - Check RMO Olympiad Class 8 to 11 Syllabus, Pattern
Students need to clear five stages to get selected for the International Mathematics Olympiad. PRMO and RMO come at the first and second stages, also known as preliminary stages. There is no prescribed exam pattern for RMO. Students must check the IOQM and RMO syllabus 2022 explained below to prepare for the Regional Mathematical Olympiad examination.
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RMO Syllabus 2022 for Classes 8 to 11
The RMO exam syllabus is the same as the topics given in the school curriculum. However, the questions are trickier and challenging to solve. Students have to give special focus on learning their concepts to clear the RMO/IOQM examination.
The RMO syllabus for classes 8, 9, 10, and 11 are the same, and the syllabus is the same throughout the nation.
Given below is the complete topics list that is taken from the RMO detailed syllabus.
- Quadratic Equations and Expressions
- Coordinate Geometry
- System of Linear Equations
- Permutations and Combination
- Factorization of Polynomial
- Elementary Combinatorics
- Probability Theory and Number Theory
- Finite Series
- Complex Numbers
- Elementary Graph Theory
Note: Syllabus for the RMO exam does not include statistics and calculus.
RMO 2022 Exam Pattern
Every student must go through the complete exam pattern to understand the RMO Olympiad question paper. Understanding the exam pattern will help the students to formulate a strategy to attempt the final exam.
Complete details about the exam pattern of the RMO exam are given below.
- RMO Olympiad is a three-hour written test conducted by the HBCSE regional coordinators
- There are going to be a total of 6 descriptive questions.
- The answers should be descriptive in nature which may include theorems.
- Each question carries five marks.
RMO 2022 Reference Books
Students can also prepare for the RMO exam with the help of various books recommended by the HBCSE.
A list of all the books recommended for the preparation for the RMO exam is given below.
|Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics||V. Krishnamurthy and C. R. Pranesachar|
|Mathematical Challenges from the Olympiads||C. R. Pranesachar and S. A. Shirali,|
|Problem Primer for the Olympiad||C. R. Pranesachar|
|An Excursion in Mathematics||M. R. Modak, S. A. Katre, and V. V. Acharya|
|International Mathematical Olympiad, Vol 1, 2, and 3||IstvanReiman|
|Mathematical Circles||D. Fomin, S. Genkin, and I. Itenberg|
|Problem-Solving Strategies||Arthur Engel|
|A Primer On Number Sequences||S. A. Shirali|
|First Steps In Number Theory- A Primer On Divisibility||S. A. Shirali|
|Functional Equations- A Problem Solving Approach||B. J. Venkatachala|