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About Us

Omega Learn is a 501(c)(3) non-profit which provides a variety of free classes and books to promote math, science, and programming interest among kids. We want every child to develop a positive attitude towards math and science and help them realize the fun associated with these subjects. 

Our Team

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Sohil

Co-founder

Sohil is a freshman at Lynbrook High School. He has participated in math competitions across the US, and won several national and regional events. Sohil is a 5 times AIME qualifier and 2 times USAJMO qualifier. He received a perfect score on the AMC 8. He ranked 2nd at California State MATHCOUNTS and his team placed 6th at the national competition in Washington DC.

In addition, Sohil is also deeply interested in science. He has been an active member of his school's Science Olympiad and Science Bowl teams. His team placed 3rd at the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. and 2nd at the National Biology Bowl.

Outside of academics, Sohil enjoys creating math-related YouTube videos and playing basketball in his free time. He founded OmegaLearn as a way to share his passion for math and science with the community.

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Sejal

Co-founder

Sejal is studying computer science at MIT (class of 2026).

 

She qualified for the USA(J)MO 3 times, and was invited 4 times to the Math Prize for Girls competition at MIT. She was awarded scholarships by Mathematical Association of America (MAA) for being one of the top 5 girls on the AMC 12A and the AMC 12B.

 

She was one of the 10 students selected from US for the International Math Kangaroo Camp in Poland. She was part of the MATHCOUNTS team which placed 3rd in California State competition.

 

Sejal is also interested in competitive programming. She placed 2nd at the ACSL national competition, 1st in the Girls Programming League, and earned USACO Gold.

 

During high school, she was selected to participate in prestigious summer camps such as SPARC, PROMYS, MathILy, and Stanford AI4ALL.

Sejal started OmegaLearn to help young people develop a positive attitude towards math and programming.

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