The UKMT run a series of mathematics challenges to encourage children's interest in mathematics and develop their skills:

- Junior Mathematical Challenge (UK year 8/S2 and below)
- Intermediate Mathematical Challenge (UK year 11/S4 and below)
- Senior Mathematical Challenge (UK year 13/S6 and below)[1]

## 8 | ## Junior (Year 8 or Below)Numbers, Order of Operation, Averages, Estimation, Money Problem, Factors Multiples and Prime Numbers, Fraction, Decimal and Percentage, Power and Roots, Combination and Logical Listing, Time Problem, Angles, Reflection and Symmetry, Coordinates, Units of Measurement, Perimeter and Area, Geometry, Surface area and Volume, Ratio, Sequences, Speed |

## 11 | ## Intermediate (Year 11 or Below)Numbers, Averages and Range, Estimation, Money Problem, Factors Multiples and Prime Numbers, Fraction, Decimal and Percentage, Power, Indices and Roots, Systematic Listing, Time Problem, Angles, Coordinate Geometry, Perimeter and Area, Geometrical Reasoning, Circles, Surface area and Volume, Ratio and Proportion, Sequences, Speed, Distances and Time, Logical Reasoning, Pythagoras and Trigonometry |

## 13 | ## Senior (Year 13 or Below)Arithmetic, Factors Multiples and Primes, Fraction, Decimal and Percentage, Powers and Roots, Time, Equations and Algebra, Combinations, Coordinate Geometry, Angles, Perimeter and Area, Properties of Shapes, Circles, Surface area and Volume, Pythagoras and Trigonometry |