The Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO) is the oldest and most prestigious nationwide mathematics competition among secondary school students. It is the breeding ground for the country’s representative to the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

20th Philippine Mathematical Olympiad

Dates to Remember

28 October 2017 – Qualifying Stage 25 November 2017 – Area Stage 20 January 2018 – National Finals

  1. All application forms must be submitted to the designated PMO Regional Coordinator assigned to your area on or before 12 noon of October 06, 2017.
  2. A P150 registration fee will be charged upon submission of the application or upon registration.
  3. For updates, please visit the PMO website or the PMO Facebook page.

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

Contest Guidelines

Read here everything about the PMO contest - how to join, the mechanics, criteria, exam dates, venue, etc.

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Testing Centers

Check here the List of Testing Centers where the simultaneous PMO exam will be conducted in the entire country.

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PMO Coordinators

Check here your respective Regional Coordinators and Area Coordinators where you can ask anything about PMO and submit your application to join the contest.

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20th PMO – Qualifying Stage – Important Reminders

The 20th PMO Qualifying Stage is on 28 October 2017 (Saturday). Registration for all participants is from 12PM to 1PM. Please refer to our brochure (in this page) for the list of regional coordinators and testing centers.


IMO 2017 PH Contestants Announced

The Mathematical Society of the Philippines (MSP) has announced the Philippines’ contestants to the 58th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) which will be held this July 12 to 23, 2017, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country’s contestants are the following students: Clyde Wesley Ang (Chiang Kai Shek College) Kyle Patrick Dulay (Philippine Science High School …


The Philippines Wins its First Gold in the Asian Pacific Mathematical Olympiad

Congratulations to our Filipino students who participated in the XXIX Asian Pacific Mathematics Olympiad (APMO) for winning 1 Gold award – our country’s first in the APMO, 2 Silver awards, 4 Bronze awards, and 3 Honorable Mention awards.  Their performance puts the Philippines at Rank 11 out of 39 participating countries in this year’s competition. …


19th PMO National Stage (Awarding Ceremonies and Dinner) – VENUE CHANGES

To all invited guests, please be advised that the 19th PMO Awarding ceremonies and dinner will be held at the UP School of Labor and Industrial Relations (SOLAIR) Auditorium, UP Diliman, Quezon City.


19th PMO – National Stage – Venue Details

The National Stage Competition will be held on 21 January 2017 (Saturday) at UP NISMED, UP Diliman Quezon CIty. Registration is scheduled at (EDITED: 7-7:30 AM). (Address: UP NISMED, Quirino Avenue cor Velasquez Street, U.P. Diliman, Quezon City) The Awarding Ceremonies & Dinner will be held at UP National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (NIMBB), …


19th PMO Area Stage Winners and National Stage Qualifiers

AREA STAGE WINNERS LUZON 1 Patupat, Albert John – De La Salle University Integrated School (Region IVA) 2 Torres, Vince Jan – Santa Rosa Science and Technology High School (Region IVA) 3 Cajayon, Emmanuel Osbert – Emilio Aguinaldo College (Region IVA) VISAYAS 1 Cruz, Cris Jericho – Philippine Science High School – Western Visayas Campus …


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PH International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) Performance 1988-present

Gold Medal 2 medals
Silver Medal 10 medals
Bronze Medal 24 medals
Honorable Mention 21 medals
Highest Team score attained to date:    133 pts in 2016
Highest Individual Score Attained:  33 pts in 1989  (Jerome Suntay Khohayting)
Highest Country rank Attained:   17th in 2017
Highest Awards Attained:  2 Golds
Date Joined:  1988
No of Participating Countries:   109 in 2016

Browse here the Philippine Team’s IMO Performance:

2 Gold Medals:
2016 – Farrell Eldrian Wu
2016 – Kyle Patrick Dulay

10 Silver Medals:
2017 – Kyle Patrick Dulay
2017 – Albert John Patupat
2017 – Farrell Eldrian Wu
2016 – Clyde Wesley Ang
2016 – Albert John Patupat
2015 – Adrian Reginald Sy
2015 – Clyde Wesley Ang
2014 – Adrian Reginald Sy
2010 – Carmela Antoinette Lao
1989 – Jerome Suntay Khohayting

IMO 2016 Event Gallery

2017-01 IM Opening
2017-02 MU Disney
2017-11 AP Closing
2017-21 MU AwardsSilverAlbert
2017-22 MU AwardSilverClyde
2017-23 IM AwardsGoldKyleFarrell
2017-24 MU Closing
2017-25 MU Closing
2017-26 MU Closing
2017-31 MU Closing
2017-32 MU Closing Singapore
2017-33 MU Closing SouthKorea
2017-34 MU Closing Italy
2017-40 DS Arrival
2017-41 MM Arrival
2017-50 Gold
2017-51 Gold
2017-52 Gold
2017-53 Gold
2017-54 Gold
2017-55 Gold
2017-56 SE Resolution
2017-57 SE Resolution
2017-58 NA NAST
2017-70 Albert John Patupat
2017-70 Clyde Wesley Ang
2017-70 Farrell Eldrian Wu
2017-70 Kyle Patrick Dulay
2017-70 Shaquille Wyan Que
2017-70 Vince Jan Torres

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2017 Rank Table taken from the official IMO website. (Link Here)

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