Science Competitions

Science Competitions

Two great Science Competitions are open to all students.

2017 International Competition and Assessment for Schools (ICAS)

This event is to be held on Tuesday 30 May 2017. It is going to be a supervised test (multiple choice format) which will take 60 minutes. The cost is $8.00. Medals are awarded to the top students per state and achievement certificates are issued to all students.

ANCQ (Chemistry) Competition

This event will be held on Tuesday 1 August 2017. The Quiz consists of 30 multiple choice questions, taking approximately 1 hour. The cost per entry is $5.20. All students are awarded for their efforts and receive a Certificate (of Participation, Merit, Credit, Distinction or High Distinction) depending on their level of achievement.

The above competitions provide excellent preparation for QCS. If you achieve great results, they could be mentioned when you apply for university scholarships. All students are encouraged to take part in either or both of these competitions.

Please see Ms Cook (Science HOD) to register your participation and make your payment to the school bursar by Tuesday 21 March.

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