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International Competitions

International English Competitions for Schools are one of the most widely known activities of International English Education Assessment Committee (IEEAC) of IEERA.

The Competitions are now held in many English speaking and non-English speaking countries each year, including such Asian countries as  Singapore , Malaysia , Brunei and so on and have expanded in subject coverage and year levels and now include:

  • English Speech
  • English Reading
  • English Listening
  • English Writing
  • English Application
  • Spelling

Critical thinking, reasoning and problem solving are essential higher order skills for success in school as well as in the wider community. The material presented in the International English Competitions for Schools reflects this importance, providing the opportunity for students to perform a range of tasks using these and other skills. The Competitions cater for a wide range of student abilities using contexts that stimulate students’ interest and engage their attention.

The content of most Competition test papers is not based on any particular school curriculum, but on skills essential for success in various subjects at school and beyond. The Competition results provide valuable diagnostic information that can be used to assess student strengths and weaknesses and to assist with the preparation of appropriate learning experiences.

Students at all levels of competency benefit from participation in the Competitions.


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2005 Competition Dates
The dates for various IEEAC Competitions have been posted.
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Competition Results
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