Four OIC students win merit in British Maths Olympiad

We are incredibly proud of four OIC students who have achieved merits in the prestigious British Maths Olympiad.

The merit achievers are Jaehyun Kim, Aidan Wong, and Ryan Tey from Year 13, who are all applying to Oxford or Cambridge to study maths, as well as Banky Tantivorawong from Year 12.

British Maths Olympiad is a follow-on competition from the Senior Maths Challenge. This is a 3,5-hour long paper, which requires students to give mathematically complete and structured answers to a series of six challenging problems.

BMO is used for choosing the UK team for international maths competitions. Only students within the top 1% or less of the SMC are eligible to take part; thanks to excellent direction from our world-class Maths department, OIC entered seven students.

Our sincere congratulations to all participants, and we look forward to more amazing news about our mathematicians!

 

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Sunday 1st December 2019

Published by: Oxford International College

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