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IMO Mock Test – Class 6
IMO Mock Tests for Class 6 is designed for International Math Olympiad Preparation.
The IMO Class 6 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 6 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 ReasoningIf husband is called wife, wife is called grandfather, grandfather is called grandmother, grandmother is called maternal grandmother, maternal grandmother is called maternal grandfather,maternal grandfather is called maternal uncle and maternal uncle is called maternal aunt, then what will the father of the mother be called?

Question 2 of 50
2. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningWhich set is most like the given set?
(8, 18, 37) 
Question 3 of 50
3. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningThere are four figures (A), (B), (C) and (D). Out of these four figures three are similar in a certain way.However, one figure is not like the other three. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

Question 4 of 50
4. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFive girls are standing in a row facing east. Savita is to the right of Urvashi, Tina and Urmila.Urvashi, Tina and Urmila are to the right of Kanika. Urmila is between Urvashi and Tina. If Tina is fourth from the left end, how far is Urvashi from the right end?

Question 5 of 50
5. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFigures (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) constitute the problem set. There is a definite relationship between figures (i) and (ii). Establish a similar relationship between figures (iii) and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the options that would replace (?) in figure (iv).

Question 6 of 50
6. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind the figure from the options which completes the pattern in fig. (X).

Question 7 of 50
7. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIn the given fig. (X), which one of the options will replace the question mark?

Question 8 of 50
8. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningComplete the number series given below.
1, 4, 2, 8, 6, 24, 22, 88, (?). 
Question 9 of 50
9. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind out from the options which is the mirrorimage of the given word, if the mirror is placed vertically right.
CONTENTS 
Question 10 of 50
10. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIn a unit test Sonakshi’s marks in Mathematics are more than her marks in History but not more than her marks in Geography. Her marks in Science are more than her marks in History but not as much as in Mathematics and her marks in English are not as much as in Geography. In which subject did she score the lowest?

Question 11 of 50
11. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningA, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting in a row facing North.
(i) F is to the immediate right of E.
(ii) E is 4th to the right of G.
(iii) C is the neighbour of B and D.
(iv) Person who is third to the left of D is at one of the ends.
Who are the neighbours of B? 
Question 12 of 50
12. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind the figure from the options which will continue the series established by the problem figures.

Question 13 of 50
13. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind the odd one out.

Question 14 of 50
14. Question
Some letters are given which are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Find the combination of numbers from the options so that the letters arranged accordingly form a meaningful word.
E R P I C
1 2 3 4 5 
Question 15 of 50
15. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningFind the figure from the given options which contains fig. (X) as its embedded part.

Question 16 of 50
16. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningPia walks a distance of 4 metres towards south. Then she turns to the left and walks 3 metres.After this she turns to the right and walks 4 metres. Now which direction is she facing ?

Question 17 of 50
17. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIf in a certain code 15789 is written as XTZAL and 2346 as NPSU then how will 23549 be written in the same code ?

Question 18 of 50
18. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIn the given question, out of these four pairs of figures only one pair has a relationship similar to the pair in figure (X). Which is that pair ?

Question 19 of 50
19. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningWhich number will replace the question mark in the given pattern ?

Question 20 of 50
20. Question
Category: Logical ReasoningIf ‘+’ means ×, ‘–’ means ÷, ‘×’ means –, and ‘÷’ means +, then
16 ÷ 64 – 8 × 4 + 2 = ? 
Question 21 of 50
21. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhat is the value of p + q in the given number line ?

Question 22 of 50
22. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningFill in the blank :
1 million = _______ hundred thousand. 
Question 23 of 50
23. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following statements is CORRECT ?

Question 24 of 50
24. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe sum of the prime factors of 63 is _____.

Question 25 of 50
25. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningHow many right angles are there in 3 complete turns?

Question 26 of 50
26. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningAn oil tank contains 152/5 litres of oil. It is then filled with 113/3 litres of oil. Later, 505/9 litres of oil is pumped out from the tank. What is the volume of oil left in the tank in litres?

Question 27 of 50
27. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningIf (k – 8) is the highest common factor of 56 and 77, then the value of k is _____.

Question 28 of 50
28. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe number of edges in the given figure is ____.

Question 29 of 50
29. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe HinduArabic numeral form for XCCMXCIX is _______.

Question 30 of 50
30. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningEstimate the sum of (21397 + 42505) to nearest thousand.

Question 31 of 50
31. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following numbers is divisible by 9?

Question 32 of 50
32. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningFind the value of –12 – (– 48) – [(–13) + (–8) – (–3) + 4].

Question 33 of 50
33. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following has fractions in ascending order?

Question 34 of 50
34. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningFind the value of X in the given expression.
832.58 – 242.31 = 779.84 – X 
Question 35 of 50
35. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the bar graph and answer the following questions.
In which month only 15 cars were sold? 
Question 36 of 50
36. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningLook at the bar graph and answer the following questions.
How many cars were sold in the last quarter of the year? 
Question 37 of 50
37. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningThe length of a rectangular hall is 5 metres more than its breadth. If the breadth of the hall is 25 metres, then area of the hall is _______.

Question 38 of 50
38. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningHow many minimum squares must be shaded to make the given figure symmetric?

Question 39 of 50
39. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningWhich of the following is an ISOSCELES triangle?

Question 40 of 50
40. Question
Category: Mathematical ReasoningCount the number of line segments.

Question 41 of 50
41. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsFour different electronic devices make a beep after every 30 minutes, 1 hour, 3/2 hour and 1 hour 45 minutes respectively. All the devices beeped together at 12 noon. They will again beep together at _____.

Question 42 of 50
42. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsArmaan was asked to multiply a number by 25. Instead he multiplied the number by 52 and got the answer 324 more than the correct answer. The number to be multiplied was _____.

Question 43 of 50
43. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsIf onethird of a tank holds 80 litres of water, then the quantity of water that half of the tank holds is ____.

Question 44 of 50
44. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsIn a class of 50 students, 15 are girls. 5 girls and 2/7 of the boys were chosen to play a match. The total number of students chosen to play a match is _______.

Question 45 of 50
45. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsThe number of girls in a class is 5 times the number of boys. Which of the following cannot be the total number of children in the class?

Question 46 of 50
46. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsA lady parked her car on the 6th floor and took a lift up 17 floors to the Finance Department. She then went down 9 floors to the Tax Department. On which floor would you find the lady?

Question 47 of 50
47. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsSmriti bought 19 boxes of sweets. Each box contains 228 sweets. How many sweets would be left with her after giving 519 sweets to friends?

Question 48 of 50
48. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsAvni completed 1/5 of her holiday homework on Monday and 3/4 of it on Tuesday. How much of her holiday homework did Avni complete in the two days?

Question 49 of 50
49. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsPia, Ridhi and Muskaan divided 11.775 kg of wheat flour equally among themselves. Pia used all her wheat flour equally to bake 5 chocolate cakes. How much wheat flour did each cake need?

Question 50 of 50
50. Question
Category: Everyday MathematicsIf the temperature of City A is –20° C and the temperature of City B is 10°C, the difference in the temperatures of the two cities is _____.