Newton Classes will conduct two Maths Olympiads - Juniors and Seniors in 2020 to provide scholarships to students. The Junior competition will be held on Sunday 11th Dec 2022 through online practice test. Level 1 Maths competions will contain multiple choics questions based on the following topics -

- Quantitative Analysis
- Verbal Ability
- Ratios and Graphs
- Reasoning and Decision Making
- Patterns and Sequences

Details of Maths Olympiad (Juniors) Test coming soon ....

Newton Classes will conduct Physics Olympiad (Level: Juniors and Seniors) in January 2023. Details coming soon ....

Academic scholarships are available for students of Year 9 to 12 in Mathematics and Science. For details, please contact Newton Classes. Last Date to apply: Monday 30th November 2020

Ria has received two High Distinctions in the Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians, a High Distinction in the Australian Mathematics Competition 2017 and UNSW Canberra Prize for Best Female Student in Mathematics 2017. She also received a Distinction in the 2018 Mathematics ICAS competition. She topped the Year 11 Mathematics Meshing Test 2019 in her school. Ria is regularly attending Newton Classes for last 2 years and has shown keen interest in solving complex mathematics problems.

Kushal has received a distinction in the Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad (AIMO) in 2018. He has also completed the Maths Enrichment program at Noether level. Earlier, in 2017, he received a distinction in the Australian Mathematical Competition (AMC). In the last 6 semesters of Maths in high school, he has received A's in all the 6 semesters. Kushal has been attending Newton Classes regularly for last 2 years and shown great motivation in solving challenging Mathematics problems.

Ashu scored 100% marks in Physics in Semester 1 Year 11, 2018 and secured the top rank. He achieved 2nd rank in Specialist Mathematics and Methods and was the overall topper in Mathematics. He has shown his brilliant skills in Physics by receiving a distinction in Physics Olympiad and high distinction in astrophysics. He plays basketball regularly and loves playing guitar. Ashu is attending Newton Classes regularly for last 4 years and shown great interest in Physics by solving complex problems.