Mathematical Olympiad success for Queen's girls

Three Queen's girls have been recognised for their success in The Mathematical Olympiad for Girls.

The competition is aimed at girls and young women across the UK with a particular ability in mathematics, consists of five very challenging problems, and solutions need to be written with precision and clarity. 

This year, we entered three students for this challenge and all achieved well.  

Raka in Year 12 has competed in previous years and performed exceptionally well this year.  She scored highly enough to finish in the top 30 in the country and wins a book prize, certificate of distinction, and gains entry British Maths Olympiad round 1.

Sia and Antonia in Year 10 were entered for the first time and both did very well and achieved a certificate of merit.  We are sure they will go on to be even more successful in future Olympiads!