The Hippo International English Language Olympiad is available to students in grades 2 to 12. Students can register for this exam either as an individual or through their school.
the English language
students around the globe
cooperation between teachers
The aim of The Olympiad is to promote the English language, challenge students around the globe to compete in English language knowledge, and to improve cooperation between teachers. The main goal is to create and nourish friendly relations, international understanding and a spirit of sporting competitiveness between young people interested in English language from all around the world.
Preliminary Round : The preliminary phase of the Olympiad will be divided into three parts: a test of reading comprehension (multiple choice questions), a test of listening comprehension, and a test of English use. There are no negative marks. The average number of marks achieved on all three tests determines the ranking.
Semi - Final Round : The Olympiad's semi-final round assessments will include a reading test, a writing test (30 questions), and an essay (except for Little Hippo). To each question, there is only one correct answer. There are no negative marks. The average number of marks achieved on both the reading and writing tests determines the ranking.
Final Round : Candidates take a Gatehouse Awards exam, which includes all four skills, in the Olympiad's final round. Candidates must also take a 30-question Use of English test in addition to the four-skill GA exams. The results of this test will be evaluated to rank candidates in the final round, and will not affect the GA examination qualification score.
|PRELIMINARY ROUND||Certificate of Participation|
|SEMI-FINAL ROUND||Certificate of Participation|
|FINAL ROUND||Internationally recognised certificate in English
(Score of 55% minimum).
All successful finalists will receive a Gatehouse Awards certificate. Winners of each category will receive a Mizzou K-12 Online High School course.
Gatehouse Awards is an industry leading Awarding Organisation. Recognised by the office of Qualifications and Examinations regulation, England (Ofqual) and other recognition bodies worldwide. With a range of English language and vocational qualifications available, Gatehouse Awards work closely with school, colleges, employers and industry representatives to develop and offer innovative and creative qualifications across the UK and abroad. For more information, visit: www.gatehouseawards.org.
Available all over the world, Mizzou K-12 Online courses can be customised to help schools Expand their curriculum and allow students to meet U.S. high school graduation requirements to receive a U.S. diploma, as well as prepare them for college and their career pursuit. Any student, anywhere, whether enrolled in a public or private school, local or international, is eligible to take a course with Mizzou K-12 Online.