**National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] Exam 2020:** The National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] is a national-level exam that evaluates mathematical abilities and problem-solving skills. EduHeal Foundations arranges a National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] annually to determine the competency of the candidates in mathematics.

The National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] 2020-2021 examination will be held tentatively in November 2020 for its first level exam. All students from the first grade to the twelfth grade are eligible to appear for the test. However, only selected students will appear In mid-February 2021 for the second level of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] examination.

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## National Interactive Maths Olympiad Highlights

The National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] 2020 is a national-level examination to encourage students to sharpen their abilities in Mathematics. It develops a student’s mathematical analysis and prepares them for advanced competition.

Below you will find the National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] highlights for 2020 exams in a tabular form for your convenience.

Full Exam Name | National Interactive Maths Olympiad |

Conducting Body | EduHeal Foundation (EHF) |

Frequency of conduction | Once a year |

Category | Overview |

Exam-level | Intermediate |

Date of exam | November 2020 |

Mode of Application | Offline |

Mode of Exam | OMR or Computer Based Test |

Languages | English |

Exam Duration | One hour |

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020

EduHeal Foundation holds the examination of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad yearly at an intermediate-level examination. There are two levels of examinations. Level one is a national exam, whereas level two is an International level exam.

Level One: The first level of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 exams is open for all students from standard I to XII. Students from all streams are eligible to participate in the examination. All students with ICSE/CBSE/State board can appear at the national level of examination.

Level Two: The second level of examination is an international level of examination. Only selected top-ranked students are eligible to attend the second level of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] 2020.

**Note:** The mode of examination is the decision of the respective schools.

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Registration

Schools can register themselves for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 exam by filling up the respective form applicable to their school. Schools affiliated under CBSE, ICSE, and other state boards are qualified to apply for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 exam.

Interested schools and educational institutions can download the registration forms of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 by EduHeal Foundation. Individual registration of interested students is encouraged through participating schools and institutions.

**Date of Registration:**The last date to register for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 exam is in August.**Registration Fee:**Each student can pay an approximate fee amount of INR 150/- for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 to their respective schools or coordinators via internet banking or demand draft. Schools can keep a small portion of the amount to meet the expenses of conducting the examination.

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Syllabus

When students study according to their syllabus, they can systematically prepare for their National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020. Usually, the test of NIMO 2020 is similar to their school curriculum. They do not need to study anything extra. The only difference is that they need to have a strong conceptual knowledge as the questions are tricky.

Students from standard I to VI students need to attempt a total of 40 questions. The breakup is as follows – 10 questions on general IQ, 15 questions on the Subject, and 15 questions on Interactive.

Students from standard VII to XII students need to attempt a total of 60 questions. The breakup is as follows – 10 questions on general IQ, 30 questions on the Subject, and 20 questions on Interactive.

Below you will find a class-wise breakup of the syllabus.

Standard I |
Standard II |
Standard III |

Introduction to geometry, Numbers, Money and coins, Measurement, Time, and Data handling. | Numbers, Addition and subtraction, Introduction to multiplication and division, Money, Mental arithmetic, Measurement of time, weight, length, and volume, Patterns, Data handling, Geometrical shapes and understanding of 3D and 2D figures. | Spatial understanding and geometrical shapes, Mental arithmetic, numbers (sequence up to 1000), Addition and subtraction, Money, Multiplication and division, Measurement of volume, time, length, and weight, Patterns, Data handling. |

Standard IV |
Standard V |
Standard VI |

Numbers and operation, Fractional numbers, Measurement of length, volume, weight, and time, Money, Data handling, Patterns, Geometric shapes, and Mental maths. | Number operation, Fractional number, Measurement, Data handling, Money, Patterns, Percentage, average, and ratio proportion, Profit and loss, Geometrical shapes and spatial understanding, and mental arithmetic. | Number systems, Geometry, Algebra, Menstruation, and Data handling. |

Standard VII |
Standard VIII |
Standard IX |

Number systems, Geometry, Algebra, Menstruation, Data handling, and Area. | Number systems, Geometry, Algebra, Menstruation, Data handling, and Introduction to graphs. | Number systems, Coordinate geometry, Statistics, Algebra, Menstruation, and Probability. |

Standard X |
Standard XI |
Standard XII |

Number systems, Coordinate geometry, Mensuration, Algebra, Trigonometry, Data handling, and Geometry. | Sets and functions, Calculus, Coordinate geometry, Algebra, Mathematical reasoning, Statistics, and Probability. | Relations and Functions, Algebra, Linear programming, Probability, Calculus, Vectors and 3D geometry (Science stream)/partnership, bills of exchange (non-science stream). |

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad Solved Sample Paper

It is always best to prepare in advance. Preparations with the help of sample papers or previous years’ question papers yield excellent results for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 exam. These National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] sample papers help students in determining how well they are prepared for the final exam. Students become familiar with the pattern of the test.

Click on the links given below to get a good idea of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad test papers. The solved papers will prove highly beneficial for students preparing for the exam.

Class |
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Class II | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class III | Click Here for SolvedSample Papers |

Class IV | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class V | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class VI | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class VII | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class VIII | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class IX | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class X | Click Here for Solved Sample Papers |

Class XI | Click Here for Sample Papers |

Class XII | Click Here for Sample Papers |

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Admit Card

The admit card is a crucial document to authorise students to sit in the National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] examination.

In most cases, the organiser, EduHeal Foundation sends the admit card of the registered candidates to their respective schools. The mode of sending the admit card is through the school’s registered email account. Further, the school will also receive SMS intimation.

Registered students need to make arrangements to pick up the admit card from their affiliated school since they need to produce it beforehand.

The admit card bears the details of the registration form. Once the students fill the information in the registration form, there is no scope of changes in the admit card. Thus, students should ensure that they have not made any errors while filling up the registration form.

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Results

The date of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 is still tentative. However, the expected result declaration is in December 2020. It usually takes two to three weeks to evaluate the answer sheets.

EduHeal Foundation declares the result nationwide for all the students. Students can either visit the official website to know the results of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad exam. Deserving students will receive awards by EHF on the rank obtained.

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Fee Structure

Students who choose to register for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 need to pay a nominal fee. The school keeps a small amount of the fees to meet the expenses towards the invigilator’s honorarium, examination centre expenses, DD charges, photocopying, etc.

### National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 Reference Materials

Though the syllabus of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO] is aligned with the school curriculum, students have the option to use other reference books or materials for more practice.

The students should get used to mental maths conceptual questions of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad exam. Students can practice the sample test papers, previous year’s booklet, booklet provided for the National Interactive Maths Olympiad, etc. to get a better rank.

### FAQ’s on National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO]

**Question 1.**

When is the next National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 held?

**Answer:**

The next National Interactive Maths Olympiad is held in November 2020.

**Question 2.**

What is the syllabus of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020?

**Answer:**

The syllabus of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad is related to the student’s school curriculum.

**Question 3.**

Is the question paper of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 difficult?

**Answer:**

The question paper of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 has different difficulty levels to activate the mathematical skills.

**Question 4.**

Does the Level 2 syllabus of the National Interactive Maths Olympiad 2020 different from the Level 1?

**Answer:**

No, the syllabus of both the levels is the same. Only, the difference is the level of difficulty.