International Maths Olympiad: Morocco Gets Gold Medal

Morocco’s National Team has won second place in the second term of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Arabic which took place remotely due to Covid-19 safety measures.

Morocco’s National Team has won second place in the second term of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Arabic which took place remotely due to Covid-19 safety measures.

The competition is organized by Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization and the local organizing committee in Cairo, Egypt during the period between December 25th and 26th of this year.

The Moroccan team has achieved one Gold medal, two Silver medals and one Bronze medal.

Ten Arab countries have participated in this term, Morocco was represented by one female student and three male students. The Moroccan female student, Aya Akerjout, the representative of the Regional Directorate of Bni-mellal-Khenifra, has succeeded in getting a Gold Medal while the two male students Mouad Mootasim from the regional directorate of Tangier-Tetouan-ElHousseima and Mohammed Ayoub Mabtoul from the regional directorate of Fes-Meknes have succeeded in getting two Silver Medals while the Bronze medal was achieved by Ayman Moutii from Rabat-Sale-Kenitra regional directorate.

The achievements of the Moroccan National Team are honoring to the Moroccan Educational System as the Moroccan candidate Aya Akerjout has succeeded in getting the full mark 40/40 during this Olympiad.

In addition to that, during last September’s International Olympiad of 2020, she got an honorary mention in the general ranking as well as a “Mirzakhani Medal”; one of the five medals that the international committee gives to the female candidate who gets first place on the level of her continent.

It’s worth noting that the training for the Olympiad ranges for three school years supervised by Educational Supervisors, Aggregated Teachers in Mathematics and students who previously participated in the Olympiads and who are members of “Morocco’s Mathematics” organization in partnership with the Moroccan Ministry of Education.

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