22 October 2016 – Qualifying Stage
19 November 2016 – Area Stage
21 January 2017 – National Finals
- All application forms must be submitted to the designated PMO Regional Coordinator assigned to your area on or before 12 noon of September 23, 2016.
- A P150 registration fee will be charged upon submission of the application or upon registration.
- For updates, please visit the PMO website pmo.ph or https://www.facebook.com/PhilippineMathematicalOlympiad.
List of PMO Winners
Browse here the list of PMO winners since it started 16 years ago. These secondary students represent the mathematical elite of the entire country.List of PMO Winners
Read here everything about the PMO contest - how to join, the mechanics, criteria, exam dates, venue, etc.More Details
Check here the List of Testing Centers where the simultaneous PMO exam will be conducted in the entire country.More Details
Check here your respective Regional Coordinators and Area Coordinators where you can ask anything about PMO and submit your application to join the contest.More Details
The NEW TESTING CENTER for REGION XI will be at Ateneo de Davao University. The UPDATED BROCHURE can be downloaded on the downloads section of the site.
The NEW TESTING CENTER for REGION III will be at Don Honorio Ventura Techonological State University, Bacolor Pampanga. The UPDATED BROCHURE can be downloaded on the downloads section of the site.
The maximum number of participants from each school has been changed. You may send up to 25 students, counting BOTH junior high and senior high school.
For Region 3 Participants: You may send your application forms via E-MAIL to email@example.com and pay the registration fee onthe day of the Qualifying Exam . Late applications will be accepted. You may also both submit the form and pay the fee on the day of the exam. Please wait for announcements on …
A Report on the Philippine Participation to the 57th International Mathematical Olympiad – By Richard Eden and Louie John Vallejo (Photo from the Facebook page of DOST-SEI. (Starting from the left) Ang, Wu, Dulay, Que, Torres, Patupat) The Philippines just won its first Gold Medal in the International Mathematical Olympiad. In fact, we won two Gold Medals, …
PH International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) Performance 1988-present
Highest Team score attained to date: 96 pts in 2014
Highest Individual Score Attained: 33 pts in 1989 (Jerome Suntay Khohayting)
Highest Country rank Attained: 36th in 2015
Highest Awards Attained: 5 Silvers
Date Joined: 1988
No of Participating Countries: 104 in 2015
5 Silver Medalists: 2015 – Adrian Reginal Sy 2015 – Clyde Wesley Ang 2014 – Adrian Reginal Sy 2014 – 2010 – Carmela Antoinette Lao 1989 – Jerome Suntay Khohayting IMO Team with Highest Score (2014): Adrian Reginald Sy, 23 pts, Silver medal Farrell Eldrian Wu, 18 pts, Bronze medal Kyle Patrick Dulay, 17 pts, Bronze medal Matthew Ryan Tan, 16 pts, Bronze medal Clyde Wesley Ang, 14 pts, Honourable mention Ma. Czarina Angela Lao, 8 pts, Honourable mention