Southeast Asian Mathematics Olympiad (SEAMO) is introduced in 2016, serving both Primary and Secondary schools in Southeast Asian countries. Students are asked to solve 25 problems in 90 minutes. The first problems are the easiest, and the problems get progressively more difficult until the end. There are six papers: Paper A/Lower Primary (Grades 1-2), Paper B/Middle Primary (Grades 3–4), Paper C/Upper Primary (Grades 5–6), Paper D/Junior (Grades 7– 8), Paper E/Intermediate (Grades 9–10) and Paper F/Senior (Grades 11–12).
SEAMO syllabus is developed based on the Singapore Mathematical Olympiad curriculum and 40% of contents were modified to meet international standard. It is a comprehensive syllabus which exposes students to in-depth, stimulating and interesting mathematical problems. Since 1991, Terry Chew Institute of Mathematical Olympiads team has started developing its own assessment framework by examining the mathematical olympiad curriculum from countries such as Singapore, USA, Russia and so on.
The percentages allocated to awards are approximate and will vary according to the number of students taking each test and the distribution of their scores.
Many congratulations to the following students and parents for your excellent achievement in the recent Southeast Asian Mathematical Olympiad.
|Gold Medal:||Trevyn Theodore Tjandra (P4)|
|Silver Medal:||Marc Clayton Brockman (P2), Kim Hong Joon (S4)|
|Bronze Medal:||Brandon Christopher Tanamas (P1), Christopher Nathan (P3), Chang Chin Han (P6), Febian Mario Ardhana (S4),
Nicole Adiprawira (S4)
Thank you to all students, parents and teachers for your strong support in the SEAMO competition. You have all made our Stamford Family really proud.