Math Competitions - National Mathematics Olympiads - Netherlands


  • W4Kangoeroe (WereldWijde WiskundeWedstrijd Kangoeroe / world-wide math contest Kangaroo)
  • JWO (Junior Wiskunde Olympiade / Junior Math Olympiad,
  • NWO (Nederlandse Wiskunde Olympiade / Dutch Mathematics Olympiad,
  • FNWI Wiskundetoernooi (math tournament at Radboud University Nijmegen,
  • Twentse Wiskunde Estafette (math relay race at University of Twente,
  • Wiskunde A-lympiade (Math A-lympiad, where A refers to the Mathematics Alpha courses in Dutch secondary schools,
  • Wiskunde B Dag (Math B Day, where B refers to the Mathematics Beta courses in Dutch secondary schools,
  • LIMO (Landelijke Interuniversitaire Mathematische Olympiade / National Interuniversitary Mathematical Olympiad,

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