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Russian Schoolchildren Won International Mathematics Olympics
13.07.2010 18:00
Russian Schoolchildren Won International Mathematics Olympics

Tomorrow six Russian schoolchildren, who participated in the International mathematics competition, will return home from Astana, where the competition has taken place.
      Schoolchildren from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Belgorod Region and Saratov Region won 4 gold medals and 2 silver medals in the competition, thus showing extreme quality of Russian education. In an unofficial team rating Russian team took second position this year, yielding precedence to a team from China. Last year Russian team was the third.
      According to Russian laws, winners of such contests can enter any higher education institution of our country without any entrance examinations.
      Source: Science & Technologies


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