Yep, as other have commented that you can definitely find great resources over the internet (books and pdf's), that's definitely great. Even Brilliant is one of the top notch resources and if you are regularly solving problems from Brilliant, you will definitely be able to qualify most of the math olympiads (including RMO) (perhaps that worked with me).

In particular I would like to recommend, to read books by Titu Andresscu. They will definitely build up your olympiad skills and you'll also learn some new tricks which could help you a lot in those olympiads.

Anyways, an alternate resource is to join WOOT (World Online Olympiad Training), if you want some real top notch training. Also, I am not very much confirm about WOOT's training because I haven't joined it. I am only recommending it to you on basis of what its members told me. I have heard much appreciation about it.

Btw I am a Maths Student so I'm of no use as far as Bio is concerned . For Geometry , I used to solve previous year IMO problems only and Algebra , hmm the only book that I have ever used is Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight .

I believe you won't have any problem in Chemistry (Chem is quite easy), just the Resonance RP will suffice and as for Physics , Halliday Resnick (Theory) and DC Pandey series for problem solving .

P.S. These are the books that I have used in the past , I'm not saying that these are the best ones out there which will suffice for your prep .

I would have to say the Art of Problem Solving books from Zeitz are one of the best. Volume 1 is good enough for RMO. Don't worry too much, you'll do well.

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TopNewestYep, as other have commented that you can definitely find great resources over the internet (books and pdf's), that's definitely great. Even Brilliant is one of the top notch resources and if you are regularly solving problems from Brilliant, you will definitely be able to qualify most of the math olympiads (including RMO) (perhaps that worked with me).

In particular I would like to recommend, to read books by Titu Andresscu. They will definitely build up your olympiad skills and you'll also learn some new tricks which could help you a lot in those olympiads.

Anyways, an alternate resource is to join WOOT (World Online Olympiad Training), if you want some real top notch training. Also, I am not very much confirm about WOOT's training because I haven't joined it. I am only recommending it to you on basis of what its members told me. I have heard much appreciation about it.

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Thanks

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@Satvik Golechha @satvik pandey @Ronak Agarwal @megh choksi @Agnishom Chattopadhyay @Azhaghu Roopesh M @Sandeep Bhardwaj @David Mattingly @Prasun Biswas

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Could you be more specific , like if you want help on study material or regarding specific topics ?

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Number Theory, Geometry and Algebra.

Biology,Chemistry and Physics(Electricity and Magnetism)

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Btw I am a Maths Student so I'm of no use as far as Bio is concerned . For Geometry , I used to solve previous year IMO problems only and Algebra , hmm the only book that I have ever used is Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight .

I believe you won't have any problem in Chemistry (Chem is quite easy), just the Resonance RP will suffice and as for Physics , Halliday Resnick (Theory) and DC Pandey series for problem solving .

P.S. These are the books that I have used in the past , I'm not saying that these are the best ones out there which will suffice for your prep .

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Where did you get previous IMO problems.

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I would have to say the Art of Problem Solving books from Zeitz are one of the best. Volume 1 is good enough for RMO. Don't worry too much, you'll do well.

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Sir, Can U comment on NSEJS. https://brilliant.org/discussions/thread/please-help-23/?ref_id=841845

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Rajdeep I don't think you need to prepare much since you're already on Level 5 on both maths and science

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Haven't Practiced Geometry for a long time so Please suggest.

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Try level 5 geometry on Brilliant

Previous years RMO Papers

Also for RMO : "Problem primer for the Olympiads"

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Could you suggest for NSEJS

Are you a RMO qualifier

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In RMO i was only able to solve one question but two of my friends did qualify

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BTW are you talking about SMTE held by DPS society.

P.S. Turned 14 years old 4 days before.

Which school you study in?

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I myself qualified it.

The BEST TIP FOR SMTE : Practice so much that you can solve problems in your mind because YOU WILL NOT GET MUCH TIME

And keep your concepts clear.

I'm from DPS Bhilai

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Plus in the second level you won't get the question paper to take home

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Which subjects come ?

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