Well actually I don't think so because there are a lot of people without frequent access to the internet in India, but surely 15-20 will be brilliant i hope

try out the book "Test of Mathematics at 10+2 Level(called TOMATO)"(East-west press) published by The Indian Statistical Institute.has loads of RMO type subjective problems.

TRY HMMT archives for Algebra, Geometry and Combinatorics: are of great help. I also attempted them at last for practice and it did payoff (Cleared RMO 2011 .)

Any idea how many questions you have to get correct? I have heard rumors ranging from getting only 1 question correct to getting all 6 questions correct.

It varies from region to region. From each region 30 students are selected according to their performance in RMO. But I think getting 4 or 5 questions correct will ensure you to qualify for InMO.

Anyone here please tell me from where I must start my practice for RMO... This year I missed it, but in 11th class I want to rock in RMO.. please help.. suggest any books..

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TopNewestDamn looks like there will be heavy competition from brilliant users alone.

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I think all the top 30 from each region should be Brilliant members. Agree?

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Well actually I don't think so because there are a lot of people without frequent access to the internet in India, but surely 15-20 will be brilliant i hope

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I agree...

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Solving previous years' questions..... Tips?....Stay calm and Be original in the way you think....:)

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I am solving An Excursion in Mathematics.

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try out the book "Test of Mathematics at 10+2 Level(called TOMATO)"(East-west press) published by The Indian Statistical Institute.has loads of RMO type subjective problems.

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Me too......

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Practicing previous years questions....... can I get any tips??? please......

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TRY HMMT archives for Algebra, Geometry and Combinatorics: are of great help. I also attempted them at last for practice and it did payoff (Cleared RMO 2011 .)

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Link doesn't work.

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Thanks

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Any idea how many questions you have to get correct? I have heard rumors ranging from getting only 1 question correct to getting all 6 questions correct.

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It varies from region to region. From each region 30 students are selected according to their performance in RMO. But I think getting 4 or 5 questions correct will ensure you to qualify for InMO.

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Get about half the questions right and you'll probably pass easily.

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Anyone here please tell me from where I must start my practice for RMO... This year I missed it, but in 11th class I want to rock in RMO.. please help.. suggest any books..

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Complete 11th class syllabus till the end of summer vacations(NCERT+ ML Khanna is a good combination).

http://www.isical.ac.in/~rmo/

-here you can find some pretty much good links.

Go for previous year questions too that helps to a great extent.

All the best!!!

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Thanku!!

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And here I am,crying,not appearing for the RMO.....I was late for the registration.......I had to get my parents permission

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