Organization : SOF Science Olympiad Foundation
Announcement : SOF 9th IMO International Maths Olympiad 2015-16 Result
Exam Held On : 26th Nov & 10th Dec 2015
Result To Be Declared By : 10th January 2016
Website : http://www.sofworld.org/
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SOF 9th IMO Result
Please enter the Roll No. in this format-YourSchoolCode-ClassNumber-RollNo. eg.AN0001-04-001 to check the result.
Related : SOF NSO Exam Result 2019-20 : www.resultin.org/84.html
** Result of Olympiad (2019-20) Level 1 will be declared in the month of January 2020.
** Second Level Result will be declared in the month of Feb-2020.
2nd Level Olympiads Guidelines
** 2nd level Olympiads will be held for all students (from classes three to twelve) who qualify for the 2nd level.
** The exams will be pen and paper exams with multiple choice questions. There will be no negative marking.
** Students qualifying for the 2nd level do not need to re-register for the 2nd level. Their admit cards will be sent / shared as per admit card details shared above.
** Student may use the question paper for doing rough work.
** No student is permitted to carry any textual material – printed or written, bits of paper, calculator, mobile phone, any electronics device etc. in the exam hall.
** There will be no provision at the exam center for safe keeping of these material and students may make their own arrangements for safe keeping of their personal belongings.
** Admit cards and pen / pencil only will be permitted in the exam hall.
** Any candidate found using unfair means may be expelled from the examination centre.
In case use of unfair means is found after the exam is over, the result of the student(s) may not be declared and they will not be eligible for any award or certificate.
SOF 2019-20 Olympiads Exam Dates :
NCO & ICO : 28th Nov 2019 & 19th Dec 2019
NSO : 11th Nov 2019 & 21st Nov 2019
IMO : 5th Dec 2019 &17th Dec 2019
IEO : 10th Oct, 15th Oct 2019 & 5th Nov 2019
AT SCHOOL LEVEL
1. Medals to Class Toppers.
** Where 10 or more students from a class (including all sections) write an exam – the top three rank holders will be awarded a gold, silver and bronze medal respectively.
** Where between 5 to 9 students from a class (including all sections) write an exam – the topper awarded a gold medal.
** In addition to above, for each section from a class, from where 25 or more students write an exam – the top three rank holders will be awarded a gold, silver and bronze medal respectively.
** All students whose sections are not indicated will be allocated section “X” by default.
2. Student Performance Report (SPR) for each participating student.
** Every student who appears in IMO is provided with a Student Performance Report (SPR). An SPR is a detailed analysis of how the student attempted the 1st level Olympiad exam.
** The objective of SPR is to share with the student and her / his parents, analysis of student’s answers. This is expected to enable the student understand her/his strengths and areas requiring improvement in absolute terms and also on a competitive scale consisting of lacs of students of her/his class who appeared for the Olympiad.
The SPR consists of six sections:
** Section A – provides the student’s marks and rank achieved in school / city / zonal / at international level.
** Section B – provides a topic wise performance score of the student.
** Section C – provides a comparison of the student’s performance in the Olympiad exams during the past 8 years.
** Section D – provides correct answers to questions asked in the Olympiad exam, the answers given by the student and performance comparison of the student’s answers vs other students in the state and at the international level.
** Section E – provides a percentile score analysis of the student with a comparison with the class, zone and international percentile.
** Section F – provides a comparison of average marks analysis at the school, zone and international level.
** Section G – Provide a topic wise performance analysis.
3. Participation Certification to each student.
4. Merit certificate to 2nd level participants
5. Top 25 rank holders from each class & each Olympiad exam will be awarded Medals of Distinction. This will be applicable for winners from 20 Zones for performance in the 1st level Olympiads/ single level Olympiads.