**RMO 2022-2023 Exam Pattern:**The Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) is the second phase of the Pre Regional Mathematical Olympiad in the program of IMO. Candidates belonging to a recognized educational board like CBSE, ICSE, and other state boards and who are from classes 8-12 can take part in the Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) exam. Those who qualify for the first phase i.e., Pre RMO or PRMO, can move on to the second phase of RMO. Here, we have explained the exam pattern of the RMO exam to help students understand the type and number of questions that may appear in the exam. Since olympiad exams are different from school exams, candidates are advised to understand the exam pattern to prepare well and score good marks in the exam. So, here we go. This blog will help you learn the RMO exam pattern, along with other important details like RMO Syllabus and books for your preparation.

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**Table of Content**

RMO 2022-2023 Exam Pattern |

Pre-RMO Exam Pattern |

Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) Exam Pattern |

RMO 2022-2023 Syllabus |

Helpful books |

**RMO 2022-2023 Exam Pattern **

There will be six descriptive Mathematical problems in the question paper carrying 17 marks each.
The exam is held offline and lasts for three hours.
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Before a candidate moves on to the Regional Mathematical Olympiad, he or she has to qualify for the Pre Regional Mathematical Olympiad exam. Here is the exam pattern for the Pre RMO exam for the convenience of students.

**Pre-RMO Exam Pattern **

It is the first stage in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) program.
The level of difficulty of the exam paper increases with every level.
It means that with every increasing phase of the Mathematical Olympiad, the difficulty will be geared up.
- Pre RMO Exam question paper 30 objective type
- Questions from 1 to 6 are of two marks
- Questions from 7 to 21 carry three marks
- Questions 22 to 30 are of five marks
- It is mandatory to attempt all the questions. Moreover, there is no negative marking for the incorrect answers.
- There will be a one or two-digit number as an answer for the students to darken in the OMR sheet.
- We suggest that candidate 2 darkened the answer bubble properly so that the OMR machine read the answers properly. Do not mark two answers as it is of no use.

Candidates who qualify for the Pre-regional mathematical Olympiad are eligible for RMO. The first 300 students from classes 8, 9, 10, and 11 and the first 60 students from Class 12 are considered eligible for the regional mathematical Olympiad.

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RMO Exam Pattern

RMO Exam Dates

PRMO Registration

PRMO Eligibility Criteria

PRMO Exam Pattern

PRMO Exam Dates

PRMO Syllabus

PRMO Exam Result

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National Science Olympiad (NSO)

National Cyber Olympiad (NCO)

International General Knowledge Olympiad (IGKO)

**Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) Exam Pattern**

Indian national mathematical Olympiad or INMO is the third phase of the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).
Candidates who qualify for the regional mathematical Olympiad are eligible for this exam.
30 students from classes 8, 9, 10, and 11, and 6 students from class 12 are chosen for this third phase of the mathematical Olympiad program.
INMO exam generally takes place on the First Sunday of February and goes on for four hours.The question paper for the INMO exam is set by the National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM). However, the exam pattern is similar to that of the RMO exam, containing six descriptive questions carrying 17 marks each. The level of difficulty increases with the increase in the stage.

The first 30 candidates from Classes 8, 9, 10, and 11 and 6 students from Class 12 are chosen for INMO. The remaining 45 students are awarded a certificate of Merit for INMO.

The students chosen get an opportunity to participate in the INMO Training camp for around 30 days. Considering the talent of students based on multiple tests in the camp, a team of 6 students is selected for the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

**RMO 2022-2023 Syllabus **

The syllabus for the RMO exam is based on Mathematical subjects for Classes 11 and 12.
It includes various topics.
These are as follows-
- System of linear equations
- Number theory
- Arithmetic of integers
- Probability theory
- Elementary graph theory
- Inequalities
- Geometry
- Trigonometry
- Factorization of Polynomials
- Trigonometry
- Permutations and combination
- Finite series and complex numbers
- Coordinate Geometry
- Quadratic equations and expressions

**Helpful books**

Here are some helpful books for the preparation of the Regional Mathematical Olympiad-

- An Excursion in Mathematics by M R Modak, S A Katre and V V Acharya, and V M Sholapurkar
- Mathematical Circles by Fomin and others
- Problem Primer for the Olympiads by C R Pranesachar, B J Venkatachala and C S Yogananda
- Problem Solving Strategies by Arthur Engel
- Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics by V Krishnamurthy, C R Pranesachar, K N Ranganathan, and B J Venkatachala

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Candidates can refer to the information given in the blog to learn about the RMO 2022-2023 Exam Pattern.## How many questions appear in the RMO exam?

## Who are eligible for the RMO exam?

## What is the Syllabus for the RMO exam?

- System of linear equations
- Number theory
- Arithmetic of integers
- Probability theory
- Elementary graph theory
- Inequalities
- Geometry
- Trigonometry
- Factorization of Polynomials
- Trigonometry
- Permutations and combination
- Finite series and complex numbers
- Coordinate Geometry
- Quadratic equations and expressions

## What books can help prepare for the RMO exam?

- An Excursion in Mathematics by M R Modak, S A Katre and V V Acharya, and V M Sholapurkar
- Mathematical Circles by Fomin and others
- Problem Primer for the Olympiads by C R Pranesachar, B J Venkatachala and C S Yogananda
- Problem Solving Strategies by Arthur Engel
- Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics by V Krishnamurthy, C R Pranesachar, K N Ranganathan, and B J Venkatachala