How do my students earn certificates in the Education Perfect World Series? At what points levels do they earn each one?
The Education Perfect World Series is an annual online competition in which schools compete in Social Sciences, Languages, Maths, English and Science events.
Students earn points and certificates — and win prizes — in each individual event in the Education Perfect World Series. All events contribute toward school and student totals for the overall World Series.
The qualifying scores for each certificate in each event except the Education Perfect Humanities Championships are as follows:
- Credit Award = 500 points
- Bronze Award = 1,000 points
- Silver Award = 2,000 points
- Gold Award = 3,000 points
- Emerald Award = 5,000 points
- Elite Award = 10,000 points
Because the Education Perfect Humanities Championships are a shorter event, their qualifying scores are lower, specifically:
- Credit Award = 200 points
- Bronze Award = 400 points
- Silver Award = 800 points
- Gold Award =1,200 points
- Emerald Award = 2,000 points
- Elite Award = 4,000 points
Students earn points by learning and revising any content in the competition subject areas. For more information on how points are earned, see How does the points/scoring system work?