Our Olympiad is open to both Russian and English speakers. We follow the fundamental principles of olympic movement - openness, impartiality and transparency while conducting the Olympiads.


The tasks of the Olympiad are set according to the Group year’s expectations. However, most of the tasks will require some intellectual flexibility and ingenuity.    


Each completed task scores 10 points. However, we are more interested in your solutions rather than the answers. We take into account your reasonings and why you came up with such solutions. We welcome comments, drawings and pictures you might want to include in your work if  they are deemed necessary. The participants can get points for interesting, unconventional solution even if the task is unsolved.


Please see the procedure of the Olympiad: 


Olympiad - 2018 will have one round.

Group L will have a correspondence round.

Groups A and B will have a verbal round.

Group C and D will have a written round.


  • Please choose your age group:

  • L - school years 2-3

  • A - school years 4-5

  • B - school years 6-7

  • C - school years 8-9

  • D - school years 10-11

  • Fill the registration form to participate no later than 10  April. 

  • The number of participants is limited.

  • Participation in the Olympiad is subject to payment. You become a registered participant if you fill in the form and pay a fee of £15.

  • The final round will take place on 22 April 2018 at ORT House, Camden, NW1, London

  • Wrap-up: the results of the verbal round and awarding (Groups A and B) will be held upon the round completion on the same date; 

  • The results of correspondence round (Group L) and written rounds (Group C and D) will be announced within 14 days following the completion of the rounds.

  • All participants will receive certificates and the winners will be awarded diplomas and prizes.


1. The rules of the correspondence round for Group L:

  • From 10 April 2018, please choose and download the task in either Russian or English. 

  • Print all the tasks. Write your full name on each page.

  • Use these pages for your answers.

  • Take a photo of each page and insert them in one WORD file or scan the pages in one  .pdf  file. Please attach your file in the e-mail and send to:

  • We can only accept .doc, .docx, .pdf files;

  • Please write your name in the Subject of the e-mail;

  • The deadline is 22 April  2018.



2 The rules of the verbal round for Groups A and B.  


  • We will invite you to the verbal round by e-mail.

  • The venue and time will be announced by e-mail and on our website.

  • The verbal round will consist of 2 parts. Each part will have several mathematical problem. The tasks of the first part will be given immediately. If you solve at least one problem you can make your way to the judges to present your verbal solution. You have three attempts to solve each problem. 

  • Every  problem  will score 10 points. Each unsuccessful attempt to find the solution will  not deduct  your scores. After three unsuccessful attempts the problem  will be marked as 0 and any following attempts to solve this problem  will not be accepted.

  • As soon as you get your score for at least four problems, you will receive the problems of the second round. You can still continue to work on the solutions for the first part’s problems and present them to the judges. 

        More information about the rules of the verbal round will be given on the day of the Olympiad.

3. The rules of the written round of the Olympiad (Groups C and D).

  • We will invite you to the written round by e-mail. 

  • The venue and time will be announced by e-mail and on our website. 

  • The participants will take part in the written round, where will need to solve 6 or 7 problems  within 2.5 hours. Every problem will score 10  points.   

  • You might need a pencil, a ruler and a set square. Calculators are strictly prohibited! 


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