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If your child is struggling with English, Math, Thinking Skills or Writing and they can’t seem to grasp the concepts… it’s not your child’s fault. If your child is unfocused in class, crying every time they study or not taking their education seriously… it’s not your child’s fault.

Both of these are most likely due to a lack of great teaching and a lack of firm parenting.

By following a simple strategy we call the“Scholarly Success Strategy”  you can basically guarantee your child a top 10 Selective School, OC Class or Private School Scholarship.

It’s not easy… and it’s not supposed to be.

If you’re a parent committed to your child’s education. Click here to find out more. 

The most often asked question is, “What is on the Opportunity Class test?” Can my kid be prepared? What subject areas are involved? This website contains answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Opportunity Class Test, sometimes known as the OC test.

All individuals who wish to enroll in the NSW OC classes are need to pass the Opportunity Class test. It is designed to be challenging enough for even the brightest kids to ensure that they have the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed at an OC institution.

The test contains four components: Reading, Mathematical Reasoning, and Thinking Skills.

The reading test consists of twenty-five questions. The test must be completed within thirty minutes. The questions are based on a wide range of literature and assess a variety of reading abilities. The questions on the reading test are drawn from a variety of writing genres, including nonfiction, fiction, poetry, magazine articles, and reports

The mathematical reasoning exam consists of 35 problems. The exam must be completed within forty minutes. The questions are entirely multiple choice. The mathematical reasoning test evaluates a student’s ability to apply their mathematical abilities and knowledge to solve issues. The questions cover a vast array of mathematical subjects. On the exam of mathematical reasoning, calculators are prohibited.

There are thirty questions in the exam of critical thinking. The exam must be completed within thirty minutes. The questions are entirely multiple choice. The exam of thinking skills assesses a student’s ability to think critically and solve issues. The examination has several types of questions. For this examination, no prior knowledge is required.

Students will feel more comfortable with the examination if they are familiar with its format, question types, and response sheet. Students are provided with sample exam questions and answer papers to familiarize them with the test and teach them how to respond fast.

Utilizing our Free Opportunity Class Test Calculator, you may obtain a free sample exam, an anticipated score, and school selection forecasts. You might also spend some time reading our blogs, which provide material that can help you improve your performance on the Opportunity Class Test. Additionally, you may visit our YouTube channel.

The outcomes of a student’s practice tests do not predict their performance on the real Opportunity Class Placement Test. The scores applicants get on any type of practice examination will not be considered by the selection committee.

Students are expected to wear the school uniform, which includes a hat and a sweater on cold days.

The hour at which parents must drop off their children at the testing center’s entrance is 9:00 a.m. If, as a reasonable accommodation for a disability, parents are required to wait at the test center, they will get comprehensive instructions with their authorization letter to take the exam.

Students who arrive after the testing session has begun may be permitted to take the exam, but they will be required to finish it at the same time as the other students.

Students suspected of engaging in unethical testing procedures risk being rejected from the exam.

If something occurs that causes the examination to be delayed or disturbed, parents will get a text message on their mobile phones as soon as feasible.

In addition to a mid-test break, there are small breaks between each test. Students may leave the examination room to use the toilet during the longer break. They shouldn’t run or participate in strenuous activities. Students must consume the food they brought to class. Students should not share meals or bring items containing nuts or nut products to school.

Exams administered externally will complete at around 1:30 p.m. The completion time will vary depending on the testing center’s size. If the examination is delayed, please wait quietly at the testing center’s entrance and take care not to disrupt the exam. Students are not to be left waiting after the exam. If the examination finishes early, the pupils will be observed.

Please give a note advising the school of the arrangement and admitting responsibility for your child’s safety if you have someone else pick up your child.

• two 2B pencils, an eraser, and a pencil sharpener are included.
• a hard copy of their Test authority letter including their application number
• alarge meal to consume during the time between the two tests.
• a clear water bottle to place beneath the desk throughout the exam.
• any things permitted as reasonable accommodations for a handicap, such as anaphylactic kits containing an EpiPen, the Action plan for anaphylaxis, and the medication.

Students who need glasses, asthma inhalers and spacers, tissues, diabetic supplies, or FM transmitters must bring them to the examination.

Students may not bring pencils, rulers, notebook paper, or books to class. In the testing center, smart watches, mobile phones, and other computing, photographing, transmitting, or audible devices are not authorized on or near the student’s desk.

A wristwatch that does not make noise, calculate, compute, communicate, or photograph may be worn, however the exam center’s clock is the official timekeeper.

 

  • There is nothing you must study in particular for the exam. When picking a solution, logical thinking and the ability to adapt to new difficulties and situations should take precedence.
  • Pay careful attention when the test administrator or another supervisor tells you on where to record your test replies.
  • DO NOT open the question paper until the test administrator instructs you to do so. Examine each question carefully and follow its directions.
  • If you are having difficulty understanding the instructions, be calm and reread the question. The supervisor is unable to help you read the question or pick an answer.
  • Utilize time judiciously. Work diligently. Select the response that you feel to be the best. If a question is too difficult, do not give it significant consideration. Mark the answer you feel to be the best, and if you have time, return to the question.
  • If you change your mind about a response, remove it completely and mark the new response explicitly.
  • Stop instantly when given the command.
  • Each correct answer is assigned a point value. Responses that are incorrect, duplicate, or blank earn no points. There is no penalty for wrong answers. It is better to guess than to leave a question unanswered. Leaving no replies blank guarantees that you respond on the correct line.
  • Ensure that the question number on the answer sheet matches the question number on the question paper. If you realize you are answering a question in the wrong spot, begin the next question at the correct location and return if you have time to fix the problem, changing one question at a time. You should not delete a whole group of answers at once, since you may not have sufficient time to modify them.
  • If you need to take notes during the multiple-choice examinations, you may do so on the back of your personal information page or on the back of the question paper. You will not receive a grade for any notes you take on the test or on the personal information page.
  • In the writing test, you must simply respond to the presented question. You will be needed to write for a certain audience and purpose. Originality, structure, spelling, grammar, and punctuation will be evaluated, along with relevance to the assignment’s purpose and audience.
  • No timers will be present during the exam. You must examine the clock in the exam room to see how much time left. The administrator of the examination will advise you of the official testing facility clock. Raise your hand if you cannot see it well.
  •  Raise your hand if you have any more inquiries or concerns at any time.
  • During the test, avoid glancing at the work of others and speaking with them. Try to prevent others from viewing your responses. Students who are discovered copying will have their test results thrown out. During testing and breaks, adhere to the instructions of the test administrator and supervisors.
  • Inform your parents if something stops you from submitting your best test performance so they may determine whether to file an illness/misfortune request.

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