Perfect score in world ‘Maths Olympics’ for Scots teenage genius



It all started when he was a pre-schooler, outstripping his parents and running rings round them when they started teaching their inquisitive young son his numbers.
Now 17-year-old Agnijo Banerjee, who has just finished at Grove Academy in Dundee, has won a gold medal and been ranked number one at the international “Maths Olympics” for high school pupils.
Agnijo achieved a perfect score of 42 out of 42 in the four-and-half hour long competition at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), regarded as one of the most prestigious maths competitions in the world.
He was one of only two... read more

 
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Source: Scotsman
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