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Assessment Dates

Note: Ages and Year Groups given are those which your child will enter in April 2022, not those in which your child is presently. All dates are subject to change.

Ages 2.5+ to 5+ for Kindergarten into Classes PG to UKG

March 2021 Onwards Years 3-6 Oral Assessments & Interview

Ages 6+ to 7 for Entry into Classes 1-2

March 2021 Onwards Years 6–7 Written Assessment & Interview

Age 8+ to 10 for Entry into classes 3 to 5

March 2021 Onwards Written & Interviews

Age 11+ to 13 for Entry into classes 6 to 8

March 2021 Onwards Written & Interviews and so on

Our/Your Decision (Results)

Result will be declared after the 2 days of the Entrance Test. List of the selected candidates will be displayed at the school notice board, school website and will also be sent via sms.

On confirmation of admission parents will be required to deposit the admission fee within 5 days, failing which the admission shall stand cancelled.

Events after Enrolment

 

Entrance Assessments

Ages for entry are taken as of 1 April, eg candidates for class PG entry must be 2.5+ but not 5 by 1 April of the year of entry into the School. The days of the assessments are deliberately kept as informal as possible by the School. We realise that it can be a very unnerving experience for candidates and so we do our best to put them at ease throughout the day. Rapid Global School allocates children into different class Groups using the following terminology:

Kindergarten

RGS Year Age (at the point of entry)
PG 2.5
LKG 3.5
UKG 4.5
1 5+ and so on

Senior classes

RGS Year Age (at the point of entry)
7 11+
8 12+
9 13+
10 14+
11 15+

Admissions Procedure

For all classes a completed Registration Form together with the registration fee, a copy of a birth certificate, Transfer Certificate and Marks sheet of previous class should be sent to the Admissions Manager. We will then request a reference from the candidate’s previous school asking for general details on the student’s. Parents should always notify the previous school of their intentions to move their child.

Entrance Assessments into the Kindergarten(Years 2.5 –5)

The Kindergarten School Assessment is conducted to find out:

Child ability to sit in a class – a week day morning

A mother teacher ask few oral question:

  • A child’s developed ability (non-verbal reasoning)
  • Reading ability
  • Abilities in general mathematics and mental arithmetic
  • Spelling (Year 5 and 6 only).

Session 2 – a Saturday morning in January

  • Reading – a typed passage will be provided by the school for the children to read. Questions will be asked to demonstrate understanding.
  • Creative Writing – a stimulus will be discussed and explored by candidates who will then be given approximately 15 minutes to plan their work and approximately half an hour to produce.
  • Fun Activities – children will be put into groups with children of the same age to join in a series of activities. Although they are designed to help them make new friends and feel more comfortable with the surroundings, they will be observed throughout the process for behaviour and co-operation skills.

Entrance Assessments into the Junior school (Years 9 – 12)

Year 9 candidates will complete five elements as part of the assessment:

  1. English creative writing – Candidates are asked to produce a piece of creative writing based on a piece of stimulus material provided
  2. Mathematics written paper – A paper covering written numeracy and basic skills in shape and space and data handling
  3. A series of computerized tests – Candidates will sit a series of computerized tests that measure reasoning with words, numbers, shapes and designs
  4. Interview – Candidates will have a short interview with a senior member of staff which focuses on their academic and co-curricular strengths and interests, which will also include an assessment of their reading ability
  5. Group activity – Candidates are placed in groups to carry out a series of activities designed to assess and demonstrate their ability to problem solve and work in a team as well as their leadership skills.

Years 13 and 14 candidates will complete five elements as part of the assessment:

  1. English creative writing – Candidates are asked to produce a piece of creative writing based on a piece of stimulus material provided
  2. Mathematics written paper – A paper covering written numeracy and basic skills in algebra, shape and space and data handling
  3. A series of computerised tests – Candidates will sit a series of computerised tests that measure reasoning with words, numbers, shapes and designs
  4. Interview – Candidates will have a short interview with a senior member of staff which focuses on their academic and co-curricular strengths and interests. In addition candidates will be asked to bring in an object they would be happy to discuss during the interview
  5. English Oral – An assessment where candidates will be given a passage to read aloud and then asked to answer questions relating to the passage.

Entrance Assessments into the (class 11)

Applicants are strongly advised to produce passing Certificate of class 10. Once a student is registered, they will be invited to visit the School for an interview and written test after result of class 10. They will have an interview with two members of staff of class 11 and 12 as well as having the opportunity to meet current students who will talk to them about their experiences of the School. Whilst these interviews are informal, students may be assessed on their knowledge of their chosen subjects. Candidates will also be required to produce a piece of written work, which they must submit prior to interview and are expected to gain a minimum of 60% marks CBSE or State Board Examination in the subjects they wish to study. Their Boards score must also be 65% or higher.