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Event Calendar

Check out our upcoming events.
AMOC Senior Contest

The AMOC Senior Contest is an invitational event that is a key step in the process of identifying students who may compete in the International Mathematics Olympiad.

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Celebrations and wise words shared at AOTA 2019

Monday 24 July was a time of celebration for 27 students who were announced as Australia’s representatives for this year’s international mathematics and science Olympiads at the Australian Olympiad Team Announcement (AOTA) held at Parliament house. These students have spent hundreds of hours in preparation to be selected to take on the world’s best. Proud

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Maths Challenge marking

This is for Australian teachers only. The cost per student is $23.10 and papers must be with AMT by 8 June 2019. (Price inclusive of GST for Australian schools).

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Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad (AIMO)

This is an open exam designed to stretch talented students from years 7–10.

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Australian Informatics Olympiad (AIO)

An open national computer programming competition for years 7–12 where students write short computer programs to solve four problems that vary in difficulty.

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Kangourou sans Frontières (KSF)

An online maths competition for years 3–12 in Australian schools. KSF is a great lead-up event for the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC). Entry only available when packaged with the AMC.

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Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT)

The Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition is a one-hour problem-solving competition for years 5–12.

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Maths Enrichment

The program is designed for advanced students in years 4–10 and can be conducted over 12–16 weeks between April and September.

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Maths Challenge

This program is designed for students in years 3–10 and is conducted over three to four consecutive weeks between March and early June.

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Our competitions and programs empower students to become better problem solvers in school, so they can be creative solution finders in life.

This one-hour competition is designed to identify computer programming potential and is suitable for students ranging from year 5 to year 12.

Suitable for students in years 3–12, this school-based maths competition reaches a global audience and attracts more than 250,000 entries each year.