2018 — 2019: Mathematics

Math Olympiad 2018-19The Olympi­ad is organ­ized by ITMO Uni­ver­sity, North­ern (Arc­tic) Fed­er­al Uni­ver­sity named after M.V. Lomono­sov,  South­w­est State Uni­ver­sity and Euler Found­a­tion.

School stu­dents of grades 5–11 from Rus­sia and of equi­val­ent grades from all over the world are invited to participate.

Par­ti­cip­a­tion in the com­pet­i­tion is free. All school stu­dents can take part in the first round and the win­ners of the first round are invited to the second round. Win­ners of the pre­vi­ous Olympi­ad (with dip­lo­mas of any degree) are also invited dir­ectly to the second round. Par­ti­cipants with the best res­ults in the second round will be awar­ded with dip­lo­mas and invited (with reduced fee) to the inter­na­tion­al math­em­at­ic­al camp «For­mulo de Integreco».

E‑mail: olimp@​formulo.​org.

Res­ults of the final round

We pub­lish final res­ults of the Olympiad.

Table of res­ults (updated 05.04.19)

1293 stu­dents from  23 coun­tries par­ti­cip­ated in the final round; 312 of them will be awar­ded with diplomas.

Chronology of events

All the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.

Prob­lems of the final round and their solutions

March 20, 2019

Prob­lems and solutions

Pre­lim­in­ary res­ults of the final round

March 19, 2019

We pub­lish pre­lim­in­ary res­ults of the final round, each grade is on a sep­ar­ate sheet:

Res­ults of offi­cial par­ti­cipants (updated March 30 at 13:50, Moscow time)

Res­ults of unof­fi­cial participants

If you dis­covered that the res­ults of a par­ti­cipant are miss­ing or con­tain a mis­take in the per­son­al data, please inform the jury as soon as possible.

The decision on awards will be taken along with pub­lish­ing the final res­ults (by April 1).

Final round

February 3, 2019

The final round of the Olympi­ad will be held between Feb­ru­ary 23 and March 3, depend­ing on the coun­try. See the below table for dates and addresses; more details can be avail­able from loc­al organ­izers and/​or will be added later. The dur­a­tion of the round is 4 hours.

It is strongly recom­men­ded to check the below table 1–2 days before the sched­uled date.

Loc­a­tions of the final round (updated on Feb­ru­ary 20 at 20:52 Moscow time)


The table of par­ti­cipants is sor­ted by coun­tries, regions, cit­ies and edu­ca­tion­al institutions:

Par­ti­cipants of the final round

For loc­a­tions and par­ti­cipants in Rus­sia, see the Rus­si­an page.

Pre­lim­in­ary res­ults of the qual­i­fy­ing round

December 29, 2018

More than 3000 stu­dents from 24 coun­tries took part in the qual­i­fy­ing round.

A solu­tion of each prob­lem was scored out of 7 points. In the below table the res­ults for each grade are presen­ted on a sep­ar­ate sheet. The par­ti­cipants are sor­ted by coun­try and name.

Res­ults of the qual­i­fy­ing round (updated on Jan 31, 23:55 Moscow time)

The res­ult «-1» denotes dis­qual­i­fic­a­tion because of cooper­a­tion between par­ti­cipants or signs of plagiarism.

The par­ti­cipants who reached the threshold score from the below table will be invited to the final round to be held on Feb­ru­ary 24 or on an adja­cent date. All neces­sary inform­a­tion will be sent by email.

Grade: R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11
Score: 18 18 15 20 20 20 20



Some res­ults can be miss­ing if the jury has not received the sub­mis­sions for tech­nic­al reas­ons. If your res­ult is miss­ing, please inform the Organ­iz­ing com­mit­tee (olimp@​formulo.​org) as soon as pos­sible and any­way before Janu­ary 15. Please indic­ate your name, grade, coun­try and city and describe how you have sub­mit­ted your work. We also ask every­body to inform us on incor­rect or incom­plete data.

Start of the qual­i­fy­ing round

October 15, 2018

Here is the qual­i­fy­ing (remote) round of the com­pet­i­tion. You can solve prob­lems until Novem­ber 12, 2018.

Please remem­ber that your solu­tion of every prob­lem should include not only the right answer but the full reas­on­ing as well.

We will be happy if your friends who like math­em­at­ics also par­ti­cip­ate. How­ever, every assign­ment should be done indi­vidu­ally; oth­er­wise, your sub­mis­sion will not be considered.

Please be care­ful with pre­par­a­tion of your work, fol­low the rules and provide all neces­sary data. You do not need to include prob­lem state­ments into your sub­mis­sion; please write down your solu­tions only.

You can write your solu­tions by hand and scan them or type them using a text edit­or. Solu­tions should be writ­ten in Esper­anto, Eng­lish, French, Geor­gi­an, Ger­man, Per­sian, Romani­an, Rus­si­an, Span­ish, Ukrain­i­an, or Uzbek. Use of oth­er lan­guages should be agreed with the organ­izers in advance. For anonym­ous grad­ing, you should not write your name on the paper sheets with solutions.

The win­ners of Olympi­ad 2017/18 (those with Dip­lo­mas I‑III) can par­ti­cip­ate dir­ectly in the final round.


How to sub­mit solutions

The solu­tions should be sub­mit­ted to the Jury by Novem­ber 12. If you have received any instruc­tions from your loc­al organ­iz­ing com­mit­tee or a teach­er, please fol­low them.

Oth­er­wise, please type or scan your solu­tions into one of the fol­low­ing formats: txt, doc, odt, pdf, jpg. The files should not con­tain your name (even in the file names).

Before sub­mit­ting your solu­tions, please fill in an online-ques­tion­naire.  Then you can email your solu­tions to solv@​formulo.​org (from the address indic­ated as your email address in the ques­tion­naire). You can attach sev­er­al files or cre­ate a .zip archive. Please indic­ate your grade of par­ti­cip­a­tion (R5, …, R11) in the Sub­ject line.

Altern­at­ively, you can down­load a pdf file of the ques­tion­naire and add your answers or cre­ate a text file in anoth­er com­mon format. Please attach your ques­tion­naire as a sep­ar­ate file to the same message.

Any ques­tions?

You can send your ques­tions to the organ­izers (but not the solu­tions of prob­lems) to olimp@​formulo.​org.