often we get to know that a competition named so and so has occurred after it has taken place .

so can someone tell me a site or magazine or anything(even a person to talk to) who can guide and has knowledge about competitions .

i am from INDIA

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TopNewestThanks for your help Priyankar and Soham!

I'm sure that as students communicate more, you can keep each other up to date about what upcoming math competitions there are, or that your school has signed up for. There tends to be a great variety, so it can be hard to keep track of in big countries like US, India, China. In Singapore, there are the standard few established ones, so we already know what they are.

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Your 15,so a short list of the exams you can give in future RMO,INPO,INCho,INBO,KVPY,NTSE,IMO(by SOF)....

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competition success and you need to keep referring NCERT's website and your state board's website because they keep organising stuff for high school students like NTSE etc.

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