Primary Mathematics World Contest

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The Primary Mathematics World Contest (PMWC) is a contest which started in 1997, sponsored by the Po Leung Kuk foundation. It is designed for the middle school level, and consists of an individual round and a team round. Each team consists of four people aged 13 or under.

The competition itself takes place in Hong Kong.

PMWC
Region: International
Type: Free Response
Difficulty: 2-3.5
Difficulty Breakdown:

Problem I1-I10: 2-3
Problem I11-I15: 2.5-3.5
Problem T1-T10: 2.5-3.5

Structure

  • Individual Round: The individual round consists of 15 problems, numbered I1-I15.
  • Team Round: The team round consists of 10 problems, numbered T1-T10.

The problems are similar to AMC 10/AMC 12 level, with an emphasis on number theory, geometry and logic.

Resources

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