**UK Maths Challenges
**You can practice for the

**UK Maths Challenges**with

**these past papers**. Questions and full solutions are provided. You can find British Mathematical Olympiad papers

**here**.

You could generate a random quiz, using Mathster’s **UKMT Mathematics Challenge Online Quiz**. Choose Junior, Intermediate or Senior and one of three difficulty levels; you can also choose the number of questions, a time limit and the order the questions are presented in – random or in order of difficulty.

**Geoff Smith’s advice for young mathematicans**and as he says you will find thousands of questions are available at all levels on the

**Art of Problem Solving**site.

Nrich have a **series of short problems** based on the UK Junior and Intermediate Challenges.

**Nrich** publish new problems every month. Why not try and get a solution published on their website? There is a **menu specifically for students. **You can **sign up** for an Nrich student newsletter if you want to be notified of new developments on the site.

If you have not tried Nrich problems before you may find their **recommended starter problems** good to try. You can **search for problems by topic** if you wish.

If you have not tried Nrich problems before you may find **their recommended starter problems** good to try. You can **search for problems by topic** if you wish

Signing up to** Brilliant** (including an easy option for sign in for Facebook users) will allow you to join an international community and try numerous.questions at **various levels**.