Come and find out what is Independent Project Qualification (IPQ), a talk by Evelyn Lee OxfordAQA Qualification Manager, from Oxford International AQA Examinations.
Date: 30th June 2018 | Time: 10.00am to 11.30am
Venue: Windows of Damansara, Level 1, KDU College, Damansara Jaya
OxfordAQA Qualifications Manager,
Oxford International AQA Examinations
INDEPENDENT PROJECT QUALIFICATION (IPQ)
Due to increasing competition for places at top global universities, the need for students to stand out from the crowd is greater than ever. Universities look for initiative, learner independence and critical thinking; students who can demonstrate these skills will clearly stand out from the crowd.
How student-led projects can help
There is a way to foster these skills without distracting students from achieving their best possible grades at A-level. Accredited student-led projects involve students choosing a topic that interests them, creating a question around that topic, independently researching to investigate the question and summarising their research findings in a report.
At A-level, your child can supplement their desired International A-levels with OxfordAQA Independent Project Qualification (IPQ). This is an A-level standard qualification that can be taken alongside your child’s desired choice of International A-levels. Research by the Centre of Education Research and Practice (CERP) reveals that students taking the student-led projects are 29% more likely to achieve a Grade A*-B in most of their standard A-level subjects. It is the right time for your child to start developing the skills and attributes needed for success at university. You can help by encouraging your child to undertake Oxford AQA IPQ while they are at college.
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