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IMO Mock Test – Class 4
IMO Mock Tests for Class 4 is designed for International Math Olympiad Preparation.
The IMO Class 4 online mock test paper is free for all students.
This paper has 35 questions.
Time allowed is 60 minutes.
There are 3 sections: 10 questions in section I, 15 in section II and 10 in section III.
The IMO Mock tests for Class 4 given here will help the student get an accurate idea of the types of questions asked in the International Math Olympiad and also help prepare timing and accuracy.
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Question 1 of 35
1. Question
Category: Logical Reasoning/ 8 =, * 2 = 18. Find the value of

Question 2 of 35
2. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFour buses P, Q, R and S arrived at a bus terminal at four different timings. The given chart shows the arrival times of buses P, Q, R and S respectively. Which bus was the first to arrive at the bus terminal ?
Bus Arrival time P Quarter past 5 Q 5 R 10 minutes to 5 S Quarter to 5 
Question 3 of 35
3. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThe numbers given below follow a pattern.
39, 55, 71, 87, 103, ?
If the pattern continues in the same way, which number should come next ? 
Question 4 of 35
4. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThe given chart shows the number of markers on the desk of some students.Which two students have number of markers that could be shared equally among three students?
Markers on Desks Student Number of Markers Sanjay 12 Harsh 19 Mohit 13 Tanuj 9 
Question 5 of 35
5. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningA number line is shown below.
What is the missing number? 
Question 6 of 35
6. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningBittoo is using three cards shown below to make a threedigit number. Which list shows all the possible threedigit numbers Bittoo can make using each card if repetition of cards is not allowed ?

Question 7 of 35
7. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningGiven map is showing the distances between Rehaan’s house, his school and shopping mall. Which of the following statements is correct ?

Question 8 of 35
8. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningHow many people in the picture are without spectacles?

Question 9 of 35
9. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningPreeti is selecting a bead for a necklace. Her choices of shapes and colours of bead are shown here. Which tree diagram shows all the possible combinations of 1 shape and 1 colour?

Question 10 of 35
10. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningEvery class that visits Life Science Museum is divided into groups of 4 students for each tour guide. Which of the following classes would not be able to form groups of 4 students with none left over?

Question 11 of 35
11. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningIt is now 11:30 a.m. Where will the hour hand be pointing 1 hour later ?

Question 12 of 35
12. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich pair of lines resembles a railway track?

Question 13 of 35
13. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningEach stands for 10 g. Find the mass of three

Question 14 of 35
14. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe given list shows the number of cars of each colour in a parking lot.
• T here are 18 red cars.
• T here are 16 blue cars.
• T here are 6 white cars.
• T here are 10 green cars.
Which key correctly completes the pictograph?

Question 15 of 35
15. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningVeena wanted to take the bus at 5:10 p.m. She arrived at the bus stop 25 minutes before 5 : 10 p.m. What time did Veena arrive at the bus stop?

Question 16 of 35
16. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe models given below are shaded to show 3 fractions.
Which list shows these fractions in order from the greatest to the least? 
Question 17 of 35
17. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following figures correctly shows a line of symmetry?

Question 18 of 35
18. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe given table shows the number of buttons that were made at a button factory each week for three weeks. Which of the following shows correct order of the week with the greatest number of buttons made to the week with the least number of buttons made?
Buttons Made Week Number of Buttons Week 1 84,503 Week 2 80,968 Week 3 84,551 
Question 19 of 35
19. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningI am thinking of a number. If I add 85 to the number and then subtract 150 from the result, the answer is 130. What is the number I am thinking of ?

Question 20 of 35
20. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the place value of 7 in the number given below ?
32,074 
Question 21 of 35
21. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich number is a common factor of 42 and 70?

Question 22 of 35
22. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningMohit placed points that represent the vertices of a figure on the grid. Which figure can be made by connecting these vertices alphabetically, starting and ending with point P?

Question 23 of 35
23. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningAnjali put 50 pickles on 10 sandwiches. She put the same number of pickles on each sandwich. Which of the following number sentences can be used to find how many pickles Anjali put on each sandwich?

Question 24 of 35
24. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningJamal’s clues about his mystery number are shown in the box. What is Jamal’s mystery number?

Question 25 of 35
25. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the numbers shown below. Subtract 2 from the 3rd number from the left.The answer is the same as the ______ number from the right.

Question 26 of 35
26. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsNihal rode his bike on two days. He rode a total of 12 kilometres in two days. On the first day, Nihal rode 15/2 kilometres. How many kilometres did Nihal ride on the second day ?

Question 27 of 35
27. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsTanmay ordered 18 boxes of shirts for his store. Each box had 12 shirts. What was the total number of shirts in these boxes?

Question 28 of 35
28. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThere are a total of 516 trees in 6 parks. There are an equal number of trees in each park. Exactly how many trees are there in each park?

Question 29 of 35
29. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThe students at a school collected cans of food. The fourthgrade students collected 564 cans. The fifthgrade students collected 2 times of fourthgrade students.What was the total number of cans collected by these students?

Question 30 of 35
30. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsMrs. Gupta is buying pencils for the students in her class. There are 23 students in the class. Each students will receive 2 pencils. Pencils are sold in a packet of 6.What is the least number of packets Mrs. Gupta needs to buy?

Question 31 of 35
31. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsSamrat spent ₹ 8,762 to paint his house. He also spent ₹ 987 to repair the roof.What was the total amount Samrat spent to paint his house and repair the roof?

Question 32 of 35
32. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsAll the students in Mr. Kapoor’s class are working in groups. There are 6 groups of 4 students and 1 group of 3 students. What is the total number of students in Mr. Kapoor’s class?

Question 33 of 35
33. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsAt a local fair in Delhi, Katrina had ₹ 500 to spend. She spent ₹ 140 on video games, ₹ 45 on large popcorn and ₹ 15 on small lemonade. How much money is left with Katrina ?

Question 34 of 35
34. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThere are 48 scouts in a training camp. Initially 6 scouts were sharing a tent. How many more tents are needed if 4 scouts are to share a tent ?

Question 35 of 35
35. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThere are 140 tricycles and 276 bicycles in a park. How many wheels are there in all ?