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Course SummaryYour primary school students can prepare for the ICAS Mathematics - Paper C exam with this effective study guide course. Students can review entertaining text and video lessons and practice answering the types of questions they'll encounter on the test.
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About This Course
If your students need to prepare for the ICAS Mathematics - Paper C exam, look no further than this comprehensive study guide course. Our expert instructors walk students through all the mathematical concepts they need to know for the exam. There are plenty of lesson quizzes and practice tests inside the course to help students retain what they learn and study. The test prep course covers the following math topics:
- Arithmetic operations, whole numbers and decimals
- Patterns and number puzzles
- Units of measure and scales
- Geometric space and shapes
- Probability and data concepts
About the Exam
The ICAS Mathematics - Paper C exam is an annual assessment test that evaluates a young student's mathematical knowledge and proficiency. Comprised of 40 multiple-choice questions, students must complete the exam in 45 minutes without the assistance of a calculator. Schools can use this assessment as a placement test for math courses or as a way to identify a student's mathematical strengths and weaknesses.
ICAS Mathematics - Paper C Exam Preparation & Registration
Teachers or parents can either assign the course in sequence or jump to specific math topics. All of the course resources are available on any computer or mobile device. Our interactive practice quizzes are great study tools that can help solidify students' understanding of the material and make sure they're fully prepared to take the ICAS Mathematics - Paper C exam.
Students cannot register individually for the exam; schools must be registered with the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) in order to have their students sit for ICAS assessments. Parents, teachers and school administrators can find registration information, as well as testing dates and fees on EAA's website.
The International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) is offered by the UNSW Global Pty Limited, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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