In Term Three, students in Years 7 and 8 Mathematics, Years 9 and 10 Mathematics Extended and selected students in Years 11 and 12, participated in the prestigious ICAS Mathematics Assessment. This year the ICAS Assessments moved online, a change that reflects a sector-wide transition to computer-based assessment.
Students from Somerset College achieved excellent results and those students whose achievements were outstanding were rewarded with Certificates of Merit, Credit, Distinction and High Distinction.
In total, six students achieved scores in the top 1% nationally and were awarded High Distinction certificates. We had 36 students achieved results in the top 2% - 10% nationally and were awarded Distinction certificates. The names of these students appear below.
In Year 7 Patrick Liu
In Year 8 Tristan Song
In Year 9 Kei Naito, Anna Georgeson and Aaron Lim
In Year 11 Clare Hong
Luke Tanke and Xavier O’Brien (Top 3%)
Penelope Deacon and Sean Perry (Top 4%)
James Georgeson (Top 6%)
Kakeru Adachi, Gene Wu and Lily Kimberly (Top 8%)
James Young, Aaron Huang and Rick Hu (Top 11%)
James Bindra (Top 6%)
Luke Shirley and Aditya Naik (Top 8%)
Max Deffenti, Nitika Bethi, Yuvi Chauhan and Helen Zhang (Top 10%)
Marc Hagan and Daniel Harvey (Top 2%)
Nathalie Brown (Top 3%)
Ruben Yam (Top 4%)
Bowie Zeng and Lauren Chan (Top 9%)
Cindy Xue (Top 11%)
Angus Cheung (Top 2%)
Chloe Ming, Adachi Miku and Elaine Wang (Top 5%)
Kevin Bao (Top 9%)
Harry Ko (Top 2%)
Kevin Song (Top 9%)
I would like to recognise the participation of students from Somerset College who took up the personal challenge of ICAS and extended themselves academically.
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