First W’Camp has just finished

We are so proud to say that we hosted for the first Winter Camp – W’Camp in Nepal and we have finished with a great growth in the students’ problem solving methods and etc.The first Spring Camp will start in March 2019 again in Nepal. But this time with better sources. More details of W’Camp…

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February 21, 2019 | by

The partnership started with Nepal… 

We now are proudly collaborating with the national IMO team of Nepal to prepare their team to get a better result in International Mathematical Olympiad. Yesterday, the CEO of the company, Amin Hashemi, had a meeting with the President of the Mathematics Olympiad Of Nepal-MOON and has officially announced on the social media that we…

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January 18, 2019 | by

Angular 2019

Welcome to the Angular Tournament of Mathematics 2019. A new insight through mathematical problems. Hosted by International Mathematical Excellence Company Take it at home on January 2-6, 2019… To register in this event, please make sure you are logged in to your ION account here If you don’t have an account yet, please create your…

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December 3, 2018 | by

What leads to success at math contests?

I think this is an important question to answer, not the least of reasons being that understanding how to learn is extremely useful both for teaching and learning. [1] About a year ago [2], I posted my thoughts on what the most important things were in math contest training. Now that I’m done with the IMO I felt…

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January 10, 2018 | by

Some advice for Olympiad Geometry

I know some friends who are fantastic at synthetic geometry. I can give them any problem and they’ll come up with an incredibly impressive synthetic solution. I also have some friends who are very bad at synthetic geometry, but have such good fortitude at computations that they can get away with using Cartesian coordinates for…

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January 5, 2018 | by