ICMS would like to assure Year 12 students that recent developments regarding the delayed release of HSC results will not affect the application process to higher education at ICMS.
“The pandemic has been particularly hard for all the Year 12 students, and we want to acknowledge you during this challenging time. Whatever the next few months holds, ICMS will ensure that your application is not at any disadvantage,” ICMS CEO Rowan Courtney-O’Connor said.
“We want you to know that in this time of uncertainty, you can have certainty that the same opportunities will be available to you in the next study year at ICMS.”
According to a statement by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, there will be delays in the HSC exams. “It means the marking period and adjusting of scores would happen until mid-January but the university sector is appreciative of that and can accommodate that.”
Courtney-O’Connor urged Year 12 students to continue on their path of achieving their academic goals, knowing that courage in the face of adversity and uncertainty would serve to strengthen their character and help them achieve personal success in their professional lives down the line.
“Covid-19 will pass, the vaccination rollout is happening and the lockdown will ease. What matters now is how you carry yourselves through this period. We support you, and urge you all not to give up but to strive on to achieve your HSC in spite of the circumstances,” he said.
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