The official date for Round 2 of the Open Olympiad have been decided. As mentioned in the past, this round will last for two weeks.

Week 1: 3 problems to work on for the week. You must submit your full solutions by e-Mail by the Week 1 deadline.

Week 2: 3 problems to work on for the week. You must submit your full solutions by e-Mail by the Week 2 deadline.

Scores will be out of 42 and indexed with your Round 1 score. If you are part of the top 10 from Round 1, you can participate and submit. If not, you will just have to try out the problems unofficially and e-Mail us questions if you have any!

**Week 1 Release: March 23 at 9 AM EST**

**Week 1 Deadline: March 30 at 8:59 AM EST**

**Week 2 Release: March 30 at 9 AM EST**

**Week 2 Deadline: April at 8:59 AM EST**

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TopNewestI am excited, but I have my exams going :(

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One week should be more than enough to work on the three problems. Hopefully you can accommodate.

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Out of curiosity, @Jatin, Are you in class 12?

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Yes, I am.

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Update: By popular request, dates have been postponed by a week. See above.Log in to reply