Pre-Uni New College Final Intensive Trial Test (FITT) will be the last program for its Year 6 students who will sit this year’s selective high school placement test on 14th March. By sitting the FITT, students will be able to systematically revise the entire course work under strict exam conditions and confidently prepare for the exam. Students will also learn various exam techniques including time management during their test reviews. Due to the limited capacity of the testing centre, late booking after 29th February will not be accepted. Please book early.
Pre-Uni New College invites Years 2-5 WEMG students to participate in the Book Review Competition from the beginning of Term 1 2020. Please click the poster image below and check out the competition details and entry form.
Pre-Uni New College will be hosting the 26th ASAT on Sunday, 2nd February 2020, 12:30pm – 4:30pm, at Hall 3&4, Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.
Participation in the ASAT provides an opportunity for students to gain a measure of their current achievement level under the same exam conditions as an actual exam.
It will greatly help parents to review their current school choices in their selective high school application. Reports will provide the estimated profile score and rank as well as other information about averages and levels of achievement.
Pre-Uni New College will be holding its annual scholarship test during Term 4.
Current Years 2, 3 and 4 students can take this opportunity to get the scholarship for next year’s WEMG studies. Please check out the test schedule below and register by the closing date – 9th November 2019.
Pre-Uni New College invites Years K-6 children to participate in the 12th ‘Artists of the Future’ drawing competition. This year’s theme of the competition is ‘Coexistence – Let’s Save Animals.’ For full details including competition rules, please click the poster image below to download the competition details and entry form.
Pre-Uni New College will be hosting the 25th Australian Selective Achievement Test (ASAT) for Year 5 students
on Sunday, 8th September at the Buring Pavillion Hall, Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.
The ASAT provides an important benchmark to assess readiness for the actual test. It will help students build confidence and increase familiarity with the test conditions and the style of questions asked.
For more information, please visit the ASAT website.
Year 4 Annual Intensive OC Trial Test event will be held on Sunday, 28th July – just 3 days before the actual OC Placement Test.
By attending this trial test event, students will have an opportunity to gain a measure of their current achievement level under the same test conditions. It will greatly help parents review their current school choices in the applications.
For more details, please read the newsletter below.