Korowa Anglican Girls' School scholarship Test Preparation (scholarship exams)

Korowa Anglican Girls' School’s scholarship test is hard. If your child has an upcoming scholarship test at Korowa Anglican Girls' School 10-16 Ranfurlie Crescent
Glen Iris VIC 3146, http://korowa.vic.edu.au or plan to sit one in the near future, it’s important that you prepare now with practice test questions and papers so that your child is prepared and confident to do their best.

The last thing you want is for your child to panic on the day when they face questions that they’ve never seen before.

The scholarship test itself is written by Academic Assessment Services (AAS) as part of their scholarship exams.

Because of the huge financial incentives involved (usually in the 1,000s of dollars saved) and the number of test questions (students usually need to answer every questions in 60 seconds or less) - it is a seriously competitive test that makes children anxious and parents worried.

So when should you start test preparation?

It depends on your child’s current level. We have prepared students from 1 to 12+ months before the exam.

It is not uncommon for many students to prepare more than 12 months ahead of the exam. It is a test after all and one that is high stakes.

The scholarship exam is the hardest hurdle to pass and preparing will mean that your child will be less stressed on the day from seeing a whole bunch of questions they’ve never seen before.

So what should your child be studying to prepare for the test and what is the test format?

The test varies and some schools set their own test. The information below about test preparation is provided for general information at the Year 7 entry level and your test may differ. It’s important to confirm that actual components of the test with your school.

But as a guide, in general, scholarship tests by Academic Assessment Services (AAS) for Year 7 entry are in the following format:

Here's test preparation designed for your child's success

To help your child prepare for their test, Exam Success has test preparation materials and resources designed for your child’s success.

Check out our teaching test bank with 600 practice questions in Academic Assessment Services (AAS) style and format, similar to the REAL test where your child can:

  • Practice with 600 test questions!
  • Learn from experts for each question - our experts answer the question in our expert solutions video in just 1 minute and then explain to your child how they can answer the question. This is crucial in helping your child learn how to better do problem-solving (the skill that is tested in the exam!).

Here’s an example of a maths solutions video from our Teaching Test Bank.



Here’s an example of a reading solutions video from our Teaching Test Bank.



Test preparation doesn’t need to be all consuming or stressful to be effective. It just needs to be done regularly and give your child the tips and tricks they need to be able to answer questions quickly and correctly!

Our expert solutions video are what really helps our students get those extra marks to ace that Korowa Anglican Girls' School’s scholarship test!

You can find more details about Exam Success’ teaching test bank here (for selected Entry Levels):


Academic Assessment Services Scholarship Yr 7 - Teaching Test Bank

Start practicing for your test and get 600 multiple-choice questions similar to Academic Assessment Services Scholarship Yr 7 paper in Exam Success' Teaching Test Bank. These questions are split up into:

  • Abstract Reasoning and Problem Solving - 200 sample test questions (this part of the test is composed of numerical, verbal and abstract reasoning and in the test bank, this is split up into 67 numerical reasoning, 67 verbal reasoning and 66 abstract reasoning questions).
  • Reading - 200 sample test questions.
  • Mathematics Achievement and Reasoning - 200 sample test questions.

The teaching test bank combines 600 online practice questions (option to use timed or untimed practice mode) with a 'how-to' video to show your child how to answer the question in 5 steps or less for each question.

This test bank is available now.

Start your practice now and get a head start for the upcoming scholarship season!

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To help your child with the written expression / writing test, Exam Success has a writing club and individual writing corrections where you child gets a 370+ word report on your child’s weakness and a determination using our 52-point Expert Writing Insights to find out whether their writing piece is competitive or not.

This means your child has information to help improve their test game, before the real test!

Here’s an example of an essay that’s considered competitive for a scholarship test and here’s a written expression piece that’s not considered competitive for the exam.

You can find more details about how to join Exam Success’ writing club here:


Writing Club - Fundamentals

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This program is designed for students who want to master the basics of English writing, such as enhancing vocabulary, crafting clear sentences, and refining grammar and spelling. It is ideal for those who are new to writing or for whom English is not their native language.

Prepare for a variety of writing exams with prompts from the following categories:

  • Selective and scholarship high school entrance exams for Grade 7 and Grade 9 (narrative and persuasive writing)
  • IELTS (General Training – Task 1 or Task 2)
  • Open response writing for Grade 7 entry (advice sheets, letters, etc.)
  • NAPLAN Grade 3, 5, 7, and 9 (persuasive and narrative styles)

What's included?

  • Detailed written feedback on 5 essays, with suggested corrections and definitions for 5 vocabulary words. See an example here: CLICK HERE. Additionally, receive a general score from 1-10 for all essay categories (except for IELTS, where you’ll receive a score from 0-9).
  • Unlimited access to a library of 96 masterclass videos (viewable online) while your Writing Club subscription is active. Browse the full listing of available masterclass videos here.

Please note that this plan does not include live online tutor-led writing club sessions or video feedback. The subscription cycle for this writing club is 31 days.
How does it work?

  1. Purchase the program and check your email for login details.
  2. Log in, choose your exam category, and receive writing prompts.
  3. Submit an essay for feedback and explore the masterclass video library.
  4. Incorporate the learning from feedback and videos into your next essay, and watch your writing improve!

Not sure which Writing Club is right for you?

Send us an essay using the contact form below, with the message "Help: Writing Club Fundamentals or Improvements." We'll review your essay and recommend the best Writing Club for your needs.

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Writing Club - Pro

Elevate your writing skills to the next level and achieve your best score with Writing Club - Pro!

This program is designed for students who have mastered the basics of English writing and are aiming to enhance their structure, organization, prompt relevance, and expression. It is perfect for those who have been writing for a while, scoring Bs in school or 6.5 in IELTS.

Prepare for a variety of writing exams with prompts from the following categories:

  • Selective and scholarship high school entrance exams for Grade 7 and Grade 9 (narrative and persuasive writing)
  • IELTS (General Training – Task 1 or Task 2)
  • Open response writing for Grade 7 entry (advice sheets, letters, etc.)
  • NAPLAN Grade 3, 5, 7, and 9 (persuasive and narrative styles)

What's included?

  • A fully revised written version of 5 essays, with a report highlighting 3 major improvement points, including examples to help you understand how to enhance your writing. See an example of this report here: CLICK HERE. Additionally, receive a general score from 1-10 for all essay categories (except for IELTS, where you'll receive a score from 0-9).
  • Unlimited access to a library of 96 masterclass videos (viewable online) while your Writing Club subscription is active. Browse the full listing of available masterclass videos here.

Please note that this plan does not include live online tutor-led writing club sessions or video feedback. The subscription cycle for this writing club is 31 days.

How does it work?

  1. Purchase the program and check your email for login details.
  2. Log in, choose your exam category, and receive writing prompts.
  3. Submit an essay for feedback and explore the masterclass video library.
  4. Incorporate the learning from feedback and videos into your next essay, and watch your writing improve!

Not sure which Writing Club is right for you? Send us an essay using the contact form below, with the message "Help: Writing Club Fundamentals or Pro." We'll review your essay and recommend the best Writing Club for your needs.

$AU137.50
The price above is inclusive of 10% GST. If you are purchasing for use outside of Australia, at checkout, you'll be charged the amount without GST
$AU137.50 per cycle

Want more information or preparation?

Check out our range of online test preparation comprehensive courses and if you want more information about the scholarships offered at Korowa Anglican Girls' School please see the below information - remember to check the school website http://korowa.vic.edu.au for the most up to date information.

School Test Information

Korowa Anglican Girls' School is pleased to offer the following scholarships for entry into Years 5 to 11 in 2020.

• Academic Scholarships

• Music Scholarships

• General Excellence Scholarships

All scholarship applicants are required to sit the Academic Scholarship examination on Saturday, 27th October 2018.

For detailed information about the Scholarships offered at Korowa, please view our Scholarship Application Guide here: Korowa Scholarships 2020 PDF

Saturday 1 September 2018 – Scholarship applications open

Scholarship applications are open to all current and future students entering Years 5 – 11 in 2020. Students may apply for more than one scholarship. Applications are open to Australian citizens and permanent residents only. All applicants must sit the Academic Assessment Services scholarship test.

All applicants must have attended a school tour or an Open Day or participated in the Try Us for a Day program. Acceptance of a scholarship will be required within two business days of the offer being made. Tours will not be available during this time.

Saturday 8 September 2018 - Open Day 9:30am – 12:00pm.

Friday 12 October 2018 – Portfolios due and closing date for applications

The portfolio should be a brief representation of the student's most important achievements. Applications without portfolios will not be considered. The following must form part of the portfolio:

• A handwritten letter to the Principal, Mrs Carmody, written by the applicant and in the student’s own words outlining why they wish to attend Korowa Anglican Girls' School

• Copy of the most recent school report

• Copy of the most recent NAPLAN results

• Copy of any relevant supporting documentation; certificates, awards, photos of trophies. (Please do not send original items to the school)

Saturday 27 October 2018 – Scholarship Testing Day 8:15am – 12:30pm

Registration begins at 8.15am at Korowa. Students and parents gather for a briefing. Students then move to the testing areas. Parents are not permitted to accompany their child to the testing areas. After the briefing parents are invited to stay for morning tea with the Principal and other members of staff, or they may return at the end of the testing at 12.30pm to collect their child.

Students should bring along two pencils and two pens either black or blue, and a water bottle.

Juice and biscuits will be provided during the break, however if a student has any particular dietary requirements, they should provide their own snack.

Students should also bring along any medication as appropriate and asthma/anaphylaxis action plans and make themselves known to the staff on the morning of testing day.

Please note:

Unpaid applicants will not be allowed to sit the examination.

Korowa Anglican Girls' School does not provide feedback on test results.

Click on your preferred link for more information:

Scholarship applications are currently closed.

Other links you may find useful are:

Korowa Scholarships 2020 PDF - https://scholarships.academicassessment.com.au/parent//schools/113/Korowa_Scholarships_2020_FINAL.pdf


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