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Western Australian Junior mathematics Olympiad (WAJO)

WAJO logo This page is maintained by the Western Australian Mathematical Olympiads Committee (WAMOC):

Dr Greg Gamble (WA State Director, AMOC), A/Prof. Alice Devillers (Chair, Organising C'tee, UWA),
Prof. Cheryl Praeger (UWA), Prof. Michael Giudici (UWA),
Dr Miccal Matthews (UWA), Dr Jamie Simpson (Curtin Univ.),
Dr Elena Stoyanova (Education Consultant), Mr Mark White (Perth Modern School),
Mrs Paula McMahon (MAWA Executive Officer).

Announcement of the WA Junior Maths Olympiad (WAJO), 2023:

From 2015 to 2018, we ran the competition simultaneously out of 3 centres: Perth, Bunbury and Karratha. In 2019, it ran in the centres Perth and Bunbury. In 2020, it ran online and at school with schools in Perth, Geraldton, Australind and Bunbury participating. In 2021 and 2022, the Individual paper ran online at school, and the team paper ran in the centres Perth and Bunbury.

WAJO 2023 is now over. WAJO is running again in 2024 (most likely dates: subtract 2 from days of 2023). Statistics and detailed results of WAJO 2023 are available. Individual and Team Results were emailed to school contacts early morning Monday 20 November, and certificates were printed on Tuesday 21 November. Teachers who attended the AMC Awards received certificates on Tuesday 21 November. The remaining certificates were mailed at Wembley Post Office on Wednesday 22 November. Australia Post quote up to 3 working days for delivery in metropolitan Perth.

Questions and Solutions for WAJO 2023 are available.

Thank you to everyone who assisted and participated, in the WA Junior Maths Olympiad, held on 17 and 21 October, 2023, and helped to make it the success it was.

The competition is targeted at the Year 9 Level, and is open to Year 7, 8, 9 students. There are Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7 Prizes awarded.
Occasionally, a younger exceptional student may arise, who you may wish to participate; please contact Greg Gamble for an alternative pathway.

There's a Statement by a Supplier in the name of the WA Mathematical Olympiads Committee should you need it when organising payment for your registrations:

Note. We do not charge copyright for any materials on this site, when used for educational purposes. All we ask is that you acknowledge their source: WAJO (Western Australian Junior mathematics Olympiad).

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Past WA Junior Maths Olympiads (including Questions and Solutions)



Major Prizes (named for sponsors)

Other sponsors

There are prizes for second and third best in each of the first four categories, and also many merit prizes.

Though not related to the WAJO, the Phill Schultz Prize and the occasional Special WA Mathematical Olympiads Committee Award are awarded at the Presentation Ceremony at the closing of the WAJO.


Contact us ...

We have set up a WAJO participants list. You may subscribe for your school by entering your details at here.

The WAJO participants list is a moderated list to eliminate spamming. Its intended use is to disseminate announcements directly to Heads of School Mathematics Departments (in particular) or others who will be interested in or involved in the organising of school teams for the WA Junior Maths Olympiad. It is expected that email to this list will be limited to the couple of months before each olympiad.

 

 


Last updated 26 Nov 2023 05:06
Location:  https://enrichedmaths.maths.uwa.edu.au/wajo