British Mathematical Olympiad

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The British Mathematical Olympiad is a national math competition held in the United Kingdom. Solvers who score over a certain threshold in the Senior Mathematical Challenge are automatically entered to the first round, but others can register for the first round.


The British Mathematical Olympiad is divided into two rounds. In the first round (BMO 1), solvers have 3.5 hours to solve 6 problems. High scorers can move on into the second round (BMO 2), where solvers have 3.5 hours to solve 4 problems.

For both rounds, each problem is worth 10 points. Like most Olympiads, complete solutions are required in order to get full credit.

Participants who submit a solution with the highest quality in BMO 2 can earn the Christopher Bradley elegance prize.


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