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What is SASMO?

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Created in 2006, SASMO is one of the largest math olympiad competitions in Asia.

SASMO caters to the top 40% of the student population and it aims to arouse students’ interest in mathematical problem-solving to develop mathematical intuition, reasoning, logical, creative, and critical thinking.

Contest date and time: 7pm, 31 March 2024 (NZ time)

Closing date of registering: 8 March 2024

Competition format


Name of Account: Pinnacle Education Group

Account: 06-0241-0684634-00


Please make payment with the students 'full name + SASMO ' as reference.

⚠️ Please note that any fees and payments made are non-refundable.

⚠️ Before you make any payment, make sure you read through the refund policy on our website to avoid misunderstandings.

(Terms and conditions apply).

Fees for the competition is $68/student.

SASMO is open to Year 2-13 students. The time given for the contest is 90 minutes. Each level has a differentiated paper and contains 25 questions within 2 sections:

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Please note: If you registered after the deadline (8 March), the fees will be doubled.

Fees for SASMO classes: please see bel0w

When registering multiple students, complete a separate registration form for each student, and ensure that you use a different email for each student.

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Qualifying for Competitions and Prizes

• SASMO Honorable Mention winners with training from PGA can also qualify for SIMOC 2024. Bronze winners with training from PGA will also qualify for IJMO 2024.

• The Bronze and above winners will also receive an award certificate and a medal.

• Perfect scorers will receive a Perfect Score personalized Medallion, and SGD100 voucher each, up to a maximum of SGD5000 for all the perfect scorers. In the rare event when there are more than 50 perfect scorers, the SGD5000 will be divided among all the Perfect Scorers.

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Students Participation Rewards

Participants will receive the following:

1. SGD100 cash each (up to a maximum of $5000) for Perfect Scorers.
2. Certificates for Perfect Scorers, Gold, Silver and Bronze winners.
3. Personalized medallion for Perfect Scorers.
4. Medals for Gold, Silver and Bronze winners.
5. E-certificates are also given to participants who qualify for Honourable Mention and attain Certificate of Participation.

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Click the picture below to read more details about SIMOC (2023)

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STEAM International Tournament (SIT)

There is a strong demand globally for STEAM talent led by corporations to get talent for their businesses. Hence, SIT is a great initiative to identify these talents for corporations and also various organisations giving scholarships to prepare talent for STEAM.

SIT is a collection of reputable academic competitions in Science, Mathematics, Informatics, and Arts which help distinguish students’ achievements in STEAM. Students who win awards in any of the qualifying contests below score points for the SIT Awards:

1. Science = National Junior Olympiad in Science (NJOS) / VANDA Science National Contest

2. Informatics = National Junior Informatics Olympiad (NJIO) / Design thinking with robotics and Computational Thinking (DrCT) International Competition

3. Arts = National Junior Arts Olympiad (NJAO) / Singapore International Art Tournament (SIAT)

4. Mathematics = American Mathematics Olympiad (AMO) or Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO)

1. Each student will be awarded SIMCC Scholarship points from each contest.
2. SIT points must be collected within one academic year from August 1 to July 31. 
3. The SIT points collected will determine the SIT Award won for that year.

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