The Australian Mathematical Olympiad (AMO) is a two-day Olympiad-level contest comprising four questions each day and conducted under school supervision. Around 200 students are invited to participate in this event from Australia and New Zealand. The contest is held over two days in February and is used to select students to attend the Australian Mathematical Olympiad Committee’s Selection School.
The official competition results for students who achieved Honourable Mention or above are listed below. Note that published results only contain the names of the students that have sent a signed consent form to AMT. If you have participated and your results aren’t shown please contact us.
The Olympiad programs are supported by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources through the Science Competitions: Mathematics and Informatics Olympiads grant opportunity. The Olympiad programs are also supported by the Trust’s National Sponsor of the Australian Informatics and Mathematical Olympiads, Optiver.
The AMT’s EGMO initiative received grant funding from the Australian Government through the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources under the Inspiring Australia – Science Engagement Programme.