The Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Qualifying Repêchage (CMOQR or just Repêchage) is an invitation-only contest that serves as a qualifier for the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO).

Students participating in the Repêchage receive a set of problems whose solutions must be submitted within a week of receipt. Students who do well on the Repêchage are then invited to write the CMO.

The CMS wishes to thank the sponsors and partners who make our competitions program successful.

## 2020 Competition

The 2020 Repêchage took place during the week of **February 12-19, 2020**.

*Congratulations!*

*Want a challenge?* Try the 2020 problem set yourself!

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Official solutions will be posted here soon.
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## Invitation

Students are given invitations to write the Repêchage based primarily on the results of the Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC). Normally the top 50 students (approx.) from the COMC receive a direct invitation to write the CMO. The next 50-75 students normally receive an invitation to the Repêchage.

## Eligibility

Students invited to write the Repêchage must complete a declaration that they meet the eligibility requirements to write the CMO. The eligibility requirements to write the CMO are as follows:

- must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is in full-time attendance at an elementary or secondary school, or CEGEP since September of the year prior to the CMO;
- be less than 20 years old as of June 30 of the year of the CMO; and
- must not have written the Putnam Competition.

## Past Competitions

2019: Questions,
Solutions
2018: Questions, Solutions 2017: Questions, Solutions 2016: Questions, Solutions 2015: Questions, Solutions 2014: Questions, Solutions |
2013: Questions, Solutions
2012: Questions, Solutions 2011: Questions 2010: Questions 2009: Questions |

## Preparing for the Repêchage

In addition to the past Repêchage test papers, students are encouraged to use past COMC and CMO papers to help prepare for the Repêchage. The CMS also has many problem-solving resources available for competitors.

To report errors or omissions for this page, please contact competitions@cms.math.ca.