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IMO Mock Test – Class 5
IMO Mock Tests for Class 5 is designed for International Math Olympiad Preparation.
The IMO Class 5 online mock test paper is free for all students.
This paper has 50 questions.
Time allowed is 60 minutes.
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.
The IMO Mock tests for Class 5 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 50
1. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningGinni used pebbles to make a design in the sand. Based on this pattern, how many pebbles are there in row 6?

Question 2 of 50
2. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThe figure is made up of identical triangles. What fraction of the figure is unshaded ?

Question 3 of 50
3. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningAbout how many more bricks does Molly need in her pile to make it equal to 50 kilograms?

Question 4 of 50
4. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThis number machine used the same rule each time to find the output numbers shown here. If n is the input number, which rule could the machine have used to find each output number ?

Question 5 of 50
5. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningWhich of the following sentence must be true if the adjoining scale is balanced ?

Question 6 of 50
6. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningObserve the given pattern.
If the pattern continues, which could be the next two figures?

Question 7 of 50
7. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThe fact family shown below is missing a fact.
3 × 8 = 24; 8 × 3 = 24; 24 ÷ 8 = 3; __?__
Which is the missing fact?

Question 8 of 50
8. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningPeter went to watch a movie at a cinema. The movie started at 11:45 a.m. and lasted 1 h 45 min. Choose the clock face that correctly shows the time at which the movie ended.

Question 9 of 50
9. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThere are 10 children sitting in a row. Ali is the second child from the left while Devi is the second child from the right. How many children are sitting in between Ali and Devi?

Question 10 of 50
10. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningKirti had a square page of stamps. She used some of the stamps from the centre of the page. The picture shows the stamps Kirti has left. How much area of the page of stamps did Kirti use?

Question 11 of 50
11. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIn the adjoining figure how many different paths can be travelled from point A to point D by visiting a point only once?

Question 12 of 50
12. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningJohny used the rule “double the number” to create the pattern given below.
3, 6, 12, 24, ____
Which pair of numbers is part of the pattern?

Question 13 of 50
13. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThe given table shows the possible food choices for lunch. How many different lunches can be made that include 1 type of soup, 1 type of sandwich and 1 type of salad?
Lunch Choices Soup Sandwich Salad Chicken Ham Vegetable Tomato Turkey Fruit 
Question 14 of 50
14. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningLook at the puzzle. Which piece completes the puzzle?

Question 15 of 50
15. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningLetters of a word have been jumbled up. You have to construct the word. Each letter has been numbered and is followed by four options. Choose the option which gives the correct order of the letters as indicated by the numbers to form a word.
N I W E T R 1 2 3 4 5 6 
Question 16 of 50
16. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningWhich of the figures below has the line of symmetry drawn correctly ?.

Question 17 of 50
17. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind the odd one out.

Question 18 of 50
18. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningRohit is incharge of feeding breakfast to the animals on his farm. He feeds them 4 oats every morning. If Rohit has 16 oats left after feeding them on Sunday, what is the last day he will most likely have oats for the animals?

Question 19 of 50
19. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningJackie’s mom baked cookies. Jackie wants to share the cookies equally with five friends. What information is needed to determine how many cookies each person could get?

Question 20 of 50
20. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningRiya asked the students in her class if they have any pets. Her results are shown below.
 4 students have cats.
 8 students have fish.
 5 students have parrots.
 12 students have dogs.
 No student has a frog.
Based on the above information, which statement is most likely true?

Question 21 of 50
21. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the numeric form of the number given below ?
‘‘One hundred four thousand, one hundred three’’

Question 22 of 50
22. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich figure has only one base and one vertex?

Question 23 of 50
23. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningJay arranged 48 books in 4 equal piles to find the quotient of 48 ÷ 4. How can Jay use this method to find the quotient of 189 ÷ 9?

Question 24 of 50
24. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the calendar. What best describes the dates that are on Saturdays?
S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 
Question 25 of 50
25. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningSara used cutouts of two triangles to make the figures shown below. Which of the following statements is true about the figures?

Question 26 of 50
26. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the diagram of Shreya’s yard. Which expression can Shreya use to find the perimeter of her yard?

Question 27 of 50
27. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningSandy solved the adjoining problem in her math class.What is another way that Sandy could solve the problem?

Question 28 of 50
28. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the given figure. Which fraction represents the shaded part of the figure?

Question 29 of 50
29. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the solution to the given expression ?
3 × 10 + (9 × 2) = 
Question 30 of 50
30. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the area of the shaded figure?

Question 31 of 50
31. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich list shows all the prime numbers between 0 and 22?

Question 32 of 50
32. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich figure appears to have exactly two perpendicular sides?

Question 33 of 50
33. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningMultiply the smallest 3digit number formed using the digits 4, 2 and 5 by 8.

Question 34 of 50
34. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe widths of two skateboards are shown in the table. Which number sentence correctly compares the widths of these two skateboards?

Question 35 of 50
35. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich item is the heaviest?

Question 36 of 50
36. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following figures can be made by folding the adjoining threedimensional net along the dashed line segments?

Question 37 of 50
37. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningSubtract :

Question 38 of 50
38. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningDanish drew an angle as shown here. Sarah drew an angle that was twice the measure of Danish’s angle. What was the measure of Sarah’s angle?

Question 39 of 50
39. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the missing fraction?

Question 40 of 50
40. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningEach adjoining model is shaded to represent a decimal number. Which number sentence correctly compares these decimal numbers?

Question 41 of 50
41. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsGarima measures a bean plant at the end of every week. At the end of week 1,the plant is 4 inches tall. It grows 1/2 inch each week for 5 more weeks. How tall is Garima’s bean plant at the end of week 5?

Question 42 of 50
42. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsJay is 86 cm tall. His father is twice as tall as Jay. How tall is Jay’s mother if she is 18 cm shorter than his father?

Question 43 of 50
43. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThe information about Richa’s favourite book is listed below:
 There are 364 pages.
 There are 14 chapters.
 Each chapter has the same number of pages.
How many pages are there in each chapter of this book?

Question 44 of 50
44. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsFarah and her friends are baking cookies for a school function. The recipe they are using states that they need 3/4 cups of sugar for every 3 dozen cookies they make. If they make 7 dozen cookies, about how much sugar will they need?

Question 45 of 50
45. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsAnuj made a chart showing how much time he spends on homework in one week. Based on the information in the chart, which statement is true?
Time Spent on Homework Day Minutes Monday 20 Tuesday 45 Wednesday 45 Thursday 30 Friday 30 
Question 46 of 50
46. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsNidhi is going to make bracelets to sell for a function. She bought 8 metres of yarn. She wants to cut it into pieces that are 16 centimetres long for each bracelet.How many bracelets can Nidhi make?

Question 47 of 50
47. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsRitesh helps his teacher to pass out books 4 times in a day. How many times does Ritesh help his teacher in 5 days?

Question 48 of 50
48. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsJohn has 45 stickers. Mary has 20 more stickers than John. How many stickers must Mary give to John so that both of them have an equal number of stickers?

Question 49 of 50
49. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThere are 18 pupils in a group. There are 10 boys and the rest are girls. 7 pupils are wearing glasses. If 3 girls are wearing glasses, how many boys are not wearing glasses?

Question 50 of 50
50. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThere were 1582 chicken eggs and 475 duck eggs in a basket. 128 chicken eggs and duck eggs were broken. How many eggs were not broken?