Last Friday, 9 November 2018, six of our finest Year 10 mathematics students completed the MYP eAssessment for Year 10 Mathematics Extended. The eAssessment is an on-screen examination lasting two-hours that provides a reliable, globally consistent and highly innovative assessment model.
Can you label the mathematical clock by placing the values in the correct places?
If you are able to answer this question correctly, then you would be able to sit the MYP eAssessment for 2018.
The eAssessment helps achieve greater student outcomes and provides greater quality assurance and recognition for International Baccalaureate. The on-screen examination is both rich and authentic, uses video and animations as well as interactive functions, such as the ability to plot graphs and draw lines and pictures to engage students.
Congratulations to the following students who have completed the MYP eAssesment for Mathematics Extended in 2018.
Mohnish Chand, Joanne Ryu, Jacinta Mai, Sige Xu, Desmond Chuah and Clare Hong.
I would like to recognise the participation of these students, who completed the assessment in addition to their regular examinations, and congratulate them on their efforts and achievements.
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