During the past year, many new contests have arised, some of which include the IPhOO, IChOO, JOMO, and Proofathon. There are many well-known contests, including (but not limited to) MATHCOUNTS, AMCs, etc.

On the other side, I'm sure there are other contests that I (and many others) have not heard of, which is the purpose of this thread.

Please post academic contests here, under the appropriate category in the comments section, as well as give them an introduction (which may be copied directly from the website!)

If you believe I have missed a topic, feel free to start a comment under that section.

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Kangaroo Maths Competition (Canada), Hua-Lo-Keng Cup, Tournament of Towns, MASMO.

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Hi Ng Donn, I am from Malaysia too. I've never participate in Tournament of Towns. Can you tell me what should I do to become a contestant in this competition?

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Is this only for high school and nation-wide competitions?

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No; everything is welcome!

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Here is quite a good list of math competitions there are

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Science Competitions

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Computer Science Competitions

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USACOsupports computing education in the USA and worldwide by identifying, motivating, and training high-school computing students at all levels. It provides hundreds of hours of free online training resources, online programming contests, an intensive summer training camp, and the opportunity for the top 4 students in the USA to compete in the IOI.Log in to reply

Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad (Jatio Gonit Utshob) <http://www.matholympiad.org.bd>

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There's a monthly magazine published in Hungary known as Komal. Its issues are available in English edition on the website : english link or Hungarian link .Have fun solving the questions!!!

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Don't forget NIMO and OMO!

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