BAMO is supported by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute through a grant from Firedoll Foundation.
Welcome to the BAMO Web Site!
The Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad (BAMO) consists of two exams, each taken by hundreds students, with 5 proof-type math problems to be solved in 4 hours. One exam is for students in 8th grade and under, and the other for students in 12th grade and under. They are held on the last Tuesday of every February, at schools and several open sites around the Bay Area.

THE 20th annual BAMO took place at participating schools on Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018, and the awards ceremony was on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley.

You can find all previous exams and solutions on our archives page. If you want to find your score on BAMO 2018 and you know your ID number, please visit this page. If you forgot your ID number, check with the proctoring site where you took BAMO. The proctor has your scores.

BAMO is supported by grants and donations. Please contact to help sponsor this year's contest.