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- Available Lessons: 50
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis ICAS Mathematics - Paper B exam prep course helps primary school students get ready for the test quickly and efficiently. This mobile-friendly study resource includes practice quizzes and short lessons to help them review and remember key math concepts.
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About This Course
Students who need to prepare for the ICAS Mathematics - Paper B exam can quickly study with this fun and effective study guide course. Containing entertaining and informative math lessons, the course helps your students study in a focused online learning environment at any time that fits their schedules. Interactive lesson quizzes and chapter exams are included to help students practice answering the types of questions they can expect on the ICAS exam. The course addresses the following mathematical concepts:
- Arithmetic and numbers
- Problem solving through patterns
- Standard units of measurements
- Basic shapes, their properties and spatial positions
- Data organization and basic probability
About the Exam
The ICAS Mathematics - Paper B exam is a skill-based assessment that contains 40 multiple-choice questions. Students must complete the exam in 45 minutes and apply their knowledge to answer questions about arithmetic, patterns, measurements, shapes and graphs. Calculators are not allowed on the Paper B exam.
ICAS Mathematics - Paper B Exam Preparation & Registration
This course covers all the information your student is likely to encounter on the ICAS Mathematics - Paper B exam. Our expert instructors have designed each lesson to be simple and engaging, which makes for an enjoyable and memorable studying experience. Questions about the material can be submitted to our subject experts, and the course can be studied at any time that's convenient.
ICAS exams are administered at the test taker's school and are offered once per school year. You can find specific testing dates on the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) website. Schools must be registered with the EAA in order to have their students sit for ICAS exams.
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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