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Course SummaryStudy.com's ICAS English - Paper A exam prep course is designed to help students get ready for the test and earn a passing score. The course comes with engaging lessons and practice quizzes to help your students fully understand the English concepts they'll be tested on.
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About This Course
If your elementary school student is planning on taking the ICAS English - Paper A exam, this prep course can help them learn and review everything they'll need to know. The course contains bite-sized and engaging English lessons that are designed to help young students enjoy the learning/studying process. We've included plenty of self-assessment quizzes to help them retain the English concepts they study and practice answering the types of questions they'll encounter on the ICAS English exam. The course covers the following subject areas:
- Literary and factual reading skill development
- Common textual devices, such as similes and rhyming words
- Parts of speech and sentence types
- Elementary-level vocabulary words
About the Exam
The ICAS English - Paper A exam assesses a student's ability to interpret passages of text and apply a variety of elementary-level English skills related to vocabulary, parts of speech and textual devices. Students must take the exam at their school and complete the test's 45 multiple-choice questions in 45 minutes.
ICAS English - Paper A Exam Preparation & Registration
The lessons in this study guide are closely aligned with the concepts and topics that will appear on the ICAS English - Paper A test. Your students can take the course in sequence for a comprehensive studying experience, or use the course Dashboard feature to jump to specific English topics. After each lesson, your students can practice applying what they've studied by taking the accompanying self-assessment quizzes and chapter exams.
In order to take ICAS exams, your student's school must be registered with the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA). Registration information can be found on the EAA website, as well as the exam's testing dates and fee information.
The International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) and the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) are registered trademarks of the UNSW Global Pty Limited, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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