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Course SummaryUse this study guide to help your students prepare to take the ICAS English - Paper C exam. Our course contains bite-sized lessons that cover the exam's topics as well as practice quizzes to help students prepare to answer questions like those on the exam.
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About This Course
Primary school students can work through this test prep course to get ready for the ICAS English - Paper C exam. The course helps them learn or review everything they'll need to know for the exam through a series of short lessons and multiple-choice practice quizzes. Your student can study whenever they have free time and on any device that connects to the Internet. This resource covers the following exam areas:
- Factual and literary text analysis
- Poetic and rhetorical devices
- Proper word choice
About the Exam
The ICAS English - Paper C exam is a skills-based assessment that evaluates primary-level reading interpretation and language skills. All ICAS exams are taken in person at your child's school. Students have 50 minutes to complete the Paper C's 50 multiple-choice questions, all of which prompt students to synthesize information from a variety of nonfiction and fiction text passages.
ICAS English - Paper C Exam Preparation & Registration
We've designed this course to equip your child with the knowledge and skills they'll need in order to be successful on the ICAS English - Paper C exam. Students can access the course material online at any time or print the lessons for offline study. The lesson quizzes can help you evaluate how well they understand the material and figure out if they're fully prepared to take the exam.
Your student's school must be registered with the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) in order to sit for ICAS exams. Consult the EAA website for upcoming testing dates, fee information and registration specifics. After a few weeks, students and parents will be able to view test results at their school or online.
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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