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Mathematical Olympiad for Girls

The Maths Olympiad for Girls is aimed at girls and young women across the UK and consists of five challenging problems.

Entry to MOG is by discretionary entry.

Time limit
2.5 hours

Price
4 free entries per school,
then £25 per discretionary entry.
Sold individually.

Age group
England and Wales: Year 11 and above (younger students may be entered at the school's discretion)
Scotland: S4 and above
Northern Ireland: Year 12 and above

Challenge Date
Wednesday 27th September 2023

How it works

1

Register your school

2

Purchase entries

3

Sit challenge

4

Receive results

For full information on how to host the Mathematical Olympiad for Girls please visit the Challenge Handbook.

Preparing for the challenge

We are delighted to be working with Dr Frost Maths to help teachers use UKMT past papers and problems in the classroom.

You can utilise UKMT past papers, solutions and investigations as preparation materials for your students. They are a great resource containing high-quality problems from previous years designed to encourage mathematical thinking.

Instructions

Questions 2 and 3 require answers only. The spaces for answers are clearly indicated on the answer sheets.

Questions 1, 4 and 5 require full written explanations. If your solution involves calculations, equations, tables, etc., explain where these come from and how you are using them. Explain how the steps of your solution link together, and give full proofs of assertions that you make. Answers alone will gain few marks (if any).

Partial marks may be awarded for good ideas, so try to hand in everything that documents your thinking on the problem — the more clearly written the better. However, one complete solution will gain more credit than several unfinished attempts.

Earlier questions tend to be easier. Questions have multiple parts. Often earlier parts introduce results or ideas useful in solving later parts of the problem.

The use of rulers and compasses is allowed, but calculators and protractors are forbidden.

You may use rough paper to note down your ideas, but you should write up your solution on the answer sheet provided for each question.

Past Papers

Download UKMT’s free past papers to help students achieve better results.

Maths Books

Browse UKMT’s range of maths books and older past papers on Amazon to help you and your students prepare for maths challenges.

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