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ICAS

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Christy Wong

on 14 January 2014

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Transcript of ICAS

ICAS Proposal
From ICAS you can:
-Understand your strengths and weakness and work on them.
-Have some recognition on your efforts (and also you get credits for having top score if you are in the upper forms!0
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What is ICAS?
There are different papers avaliable.
ICAS Reports
PLEASE
APPLY
FOR
THE SAKE
FOR THE STUDENTS WHO WANT TO IMPROVE!

What is ICAS?
ICAS is an assessment held by UNSW Global, an university of Australia, which offers students an opportunity to understand where their strengths are.
Procedures
1. Go to the ICAS "Register for ICAS" page
https://www.eaa.unsw.edu.au/forms/online/register-icas.asp
2. Fill in the form
3. Find students who want to participate
4. Order papers
5. Arrange the assessment arrangement
6. Let the students do the assessment
7. Send the assessments back to Australia for marking
8. Hand the reports back to the students (You may even have an award ceremony for all the High Distinction and medal winners where you give them your support)
9. Check your school portal to see your student's results
10. Wait for next year's assessment!
Check out the ICAS website!
ICAS is:
International
Competitions and
Assessments for
Schools
https://www.eaa.unsw.edu.au/icas/
Awards
Awards will be given to students on their certificates according to their level among other Hong Kong students who had participated:
-Medal winner (Students who had achieved the highest score in their grade in that subject area)
-High Distinction (Students who scored among the top 1% of Hong Kong Participants)
-Distinction (Students who scored among the next 10% of students)
-Credit (Students who scored among the next 25% of students)
-Merit (Next 10% of participants)
-Participation (All other students)
Subjects That ICAS Offers
Subjects offered in Hong Kong:
English
English Writing
Maths
Science

Other Subjects:
Spelling
Computer studies

*Maths and Science also offers Chinese papers along with the english ones*
By Christy Wong F1 CA
An ICAS medal
An ICAS certificate
What will you get from ICAS
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