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I've been selected in RMO-2012 and am hoping to easily get selected in INMO-2012 , just like the last year , what drags you out of the heavy competition is the training camp . But , this year , I have brilliant and many other resources , so I'm quite confident about the camp . How many of u [ indians ] have qualified IMO training camp last year ? Could u all (and of course our generous and brilliant Calvin sir too) give me some suggestions to keep myself in the competition in the camp ?

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TopNewesti was selected in RMO in class 10 only but could not qualify for the training camp. But this year i am sure of getting into the training camp. For books i am referring - 1)The art and craft of problem solving by paul zeitz 2)challenges and thrills of pre-coollege mathematics and many more.

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AOPS = Art of problem solving.

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AOPS !

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