All Competitions

Compete, Conquer, and Celebrate Excellence!

Local Tier 3 Contest: SMKC - Singapore Math Kangaroo Contest

Mode of competition: Online/Paper
Region: Singapore
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: Certificate only

Local Tier 3 Contest: SASMO - Singapore & Asian Schools Math Olympiad

Mode of competition: Online/Paper
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: Medal and Certificate

Local Tier 3 Contest: AMO - American Mathematics Olympiad

Mode of competition: Online/Paper
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 2 to Junior College 2
Award: Medal and Certificate

Local Tier 3 Contest: Singapore Math Challenge

Mode of competition: Online, must qualify through SMC 2023, SASMO, AMO
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Kindergarten to Secondary 4/5
Award: Personalize Medallion, Medal and Certificate
Contest Date: March 3, 2024

Global Tier 2 Contest: Singapore Math Global Final

Mode of competition: Online, must qualify through SMC 2022
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Kindergarten to Secondary 4/5
Award: Personalize Medallion, Medal and Certificate

Global Tier 2 Contest: MMT - Mustang Math Tournament

Mode of competition: Tier 2, Global Online Tournament
Region: SIMCC regions Globally, outside of USA
Eligible for Grades: Primary 4 to Secondary 2 (Grades 4 to 8)
Event Type: Math Team Event
Award: Certificate and Medal only

Global Tier 2 Contest: Berkeley Math Tournament + BMMT

Promoting advanced math to middle and high school students

The Berkeley Math Tournament Asia (BMT) is a UC Berkeley student-led organization that aims to spread
mathematics and the spirit of mathematical competition globally by presenting students with interesting,
original, hand-crafted problems.

Global Tier 1 Contest: SIMOC - Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge

Mode of competition: Held in Singapore,
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Global Contest Tier 1: STEAM AHEAD

Mode of competition: Award Ceremony will be on Dec 4, 2023
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Global Tier 1 Contest: IJMO - International Junior Math Olympiad

Mode of competition: Award Ceremony will be on Dec 4, 2023
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Local Tier 3 Contest: VANDA International Science Competition

Mode of competition: Online/Paper
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 3 to Sec 4 (Grades 3 to 11)
Award: Medal and Certificate

Global Contest Tier 1: STEAM AHEAD

Mode of competition: Award Ceremony will be on Dec 4, 2023
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Global Contest Tier 1: VANDA SCIENCE GLOBALS FINALS

Mode of competition: Online/Paper
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 3 to Sec 4 (Grades 3 to 11)
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Local Tier 3 Contest: DrCT - DESIGN THINKING with ROBOTICS and COMPUTATIONAL THINKING

Mode of competition: All Online only
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: e-Cert only for MOE schools (Medal and Certificate for schools that pay the full price or
International school)

Local Tier 3 Contest: Bebras - INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE on INFORMATICS and COMPUTATIONAL THINKING

Mode of competition: Online
Region: Cambodia/Singapore
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: e-Cert only for MOE schools (Medal and Certificate for schools that pay the full price or International
school

Global Tier 2 Contest: COMPUTATIONAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING (CTPS) course from National University of Singapore Centre For Nurturing Computing Excellence (NUS CeNCE)

Secondary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grade 7 to 12) students can enroll in the optional CTPS workshop with CTPS contest on August 11, 2024. This is a great opportunity for students keen and strong in Computer Science to join a NUS Undergraduate Computer Science course. This CTPS workshop with 32 hours of contact time is helps students who to master the CTPS syllabus and curriculum. Students who have mastered the content can join the CTPS contest directly. There will be no limit to the number of contestants for CTPS Contest, which costs S$150 per entry.

Global Contest Tier 1: DrCT GLOBAL FINALS - DESIGN THINKING with ROBOTICS and COMPUTATIONAL THINKING GLOBAL FINALS

Mode of competition: Award Ceremony will be on Dec 4, 2023
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

Local Tier 3 Contest: SIAT - Singapore International Art Tournament

Mode of competition: All online submission only
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2 (Grades 1 to 12)
Award: Medal and Certificate
Winners: Will be invited to submit their physical artwork for display and exhibitions.

Global Chttps://simcc.org/?page_id=61755&preview=trueontest Tier 1: STEAM AHEAD

Mode of competition: Award Ceremony will be on Dec 4, 2023
Region: World
Eligible for Grades: Primary 1 to Junior College 2
Award: Trophy, Medal and Certificate

How to Register For Contests?

You will have two ways of registering your students for SIMCC contests. Kindly refer to the details below.

Option 1: Raising a service request – Index numbers are generated for you 

Below are the steps on how to upload the excel registration via the portal for registration:

1.  Login to our portal - form.simcc.org.
2. Hover over Service Request and click on the Raise Change and Service Request.
3. Fill up the necessary details and upload the excel file in the given field as shown below. For competition registrations, they
type of service requesting is registration form. In the comment box, state down the date of the competition.
4. Once all details are correct you may click on the submit button to submit your registration.

Option 2: Uploading fille to CMS to generate index numbers on your own

1. Login to our portal - https://simccms.org/signin.
2. Click on manage competitions then participants.
3. Click on import CSV and download the template. Fill in the details of the student required in the template.
4. Select the competition you will be registering for and import the file you have downloaded and edited with the student information.
5. If there are no issues with the grades, there will be no red colored boxes. Alternatively, you can choose to filter by error and all the errors will be reflected in the first few pages. You can correct this error on the portal itself by using the drop down or
you can edit in the CSV file and re upload.
6. If there are no errors at all, the sort by error box will not appear and you may proceed to click on the submit button. Only click once and let it load completely. If there are issues with the names, once it has loaded, it will state the row where the name has an issue.
7. Once your upload is successful, you will be taken to a page where the 12-digit index numbers have been generated. You can then click on export CSV and select raw data. The file will be downloaded. The only columns you require are as follows.

Name
Index number
Grade
Class

All other columns can be deleted from the downloaded file. We are currently preparing videos for guidance on how this can be done. However, we will be more than delighted to arrange for a zoom call with our contest management team so that they can explain in department and help.