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Ranking Criteria for Unicus Mathematics Olympiad (UMO)

Ranking Criteria for Unicus Mathematics Olympiads (UMO) for classes 2 to 11 is as follows:

The ranks will be given on the following criteria:

  • keyboard_arrow_rightTotal marks obtained in the exam.
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIf two or more students score same total marks then the ranks will be determined on the basis of (in case of offline mode of exam)

    a. marks scored in Scholar section of the previous class.

    b. marks scored in Scholar section of the previous to previous class.

    c. marks scored in Classic section of the previous class.

    d. marks scored in Classic section of the previous to previous class.

  • keyboard_arrow_rightIn case of a tie (in case of online mode of exam), the student completing the test in lesser time will be ranked higher.
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIn case of a tie again (in case of online mode of exam), the younger student based on Date of Birth will be ranked higher.
  • keyboard_arrow_rightSince Unicus Olympiads will be held on different days and sessions with different sets of question papers, final ranks will be
    announced based on normalization of the ranks for each session.
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIn case two or more students score same marks under the criteria above, they will be awarded the same rank.
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIn case of any confusion, decision of the Academic Council will be final & binding.

Ranking Criteria for Unicus Mathematics Olympiad (UMO) for class 1 is as follows:

As UMO for class 1 is a stepping stone to further competitive exams for the little stars, we are keeping this exam parent/teacher assisted where they can guide the child in understanding the question based on which the child can answer it. Since it is a parent/teacher assisted exam, there would be no ranks given to the children. Although, the students who achieve more than 60% in the exam will receive a Merit Certificate and Medal delivered to his/her home/school address. Also, all the students will get a digital Participation Certificate, which can be downloaded from the Results section on the dashboard.

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