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Reply 1
Original post by uzzi121609
Can someone please give an overview of the topics included from which the problems are? E.g (Inequalities..)

The usual advice is just to do a few past papers and reflect a bit about problems you get stuck on. But the problem solvers handbook
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Problem-Solvers-Handbook-Andrew-Jobbings/dp/1906001197
is amied at intermediate level and while its more about olympiad, the stuff is relevant for the challenge as well. The table of contents can be previewed and have a list of topics. Similarly the intermediate stuff at drfrost
https://www.drfrostmaths.com/page.php?id=5
https://www.drfrostmaths.com/worksheets.php?wdid=46
is broken down by topic. The IMC is aimed at y9-11 so in setting it they know that a reasonable number of people will be y9 and most of the questions/topics will be accessible for them.
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Reply 2
Original post by uzzi121609
Can someone please give an overview of the topics included from which the problems are? E.g (Inequalities..)

They say it's whatever they can reasonably expect you to know.(generally GCSE maths done differently). They have a topic list somewhere. I'll find it later
(edited 3 months ago)
Original post by uzzi121609
Can someone please give an overview of the topics included from which the problems are? E.g (Inequalities..)


Hey when are you doing the paper

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