The Mathematical Olympiad is a mathematics competition in which young people from all over Switzerland who are enthusiastic about mathematics can exchange ideas and compete against each other. The competition consists of several rounds as well as numerous preparatory meetings and a week-long camp for the finalists. Our goal is to share our enthusiasm for mathematics with young people, to support them intellectually and for them to gain valuable professional and social experience together with peers. You can read more about the Olympiad here.
The first round of the Mathematics Olympiad will take place from September 1 to 30. The exam can be taken online on our website. You can find more information about participation here. For whole school classes we also offer an analogue version. You can read more about it here.
First round - Results!
984 students have participated in the first round. We congratulate all of them for taking the test. 113 of them have qualified themselves for the second round by achieving a score of 170 points or higher. 61 students have received a wild card and can also participate in the second round.
The test was hard and no one has scored all 420 possible points. The highest achieved score was 367 points which is an extraordinary result. The average score was 95 points and the median score 89. The detailed distribution can be seen in the picture.
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