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How are candidates selected?

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How are candidates selected?

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• NHS candidacy now takes place over two years rather than one as in past years. Invitations for the National Honor Society will be issued the summer before junior year. The initial candidate list will be made up of all students who have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher. Starting with the Class of 2006, students who are eligible for HS at this time, but elect not to participate, will not be offered candidacy in the future. In other words, a students who has an eligible GPA and does not turn in an Interest Survey by August 22, 2008 will be removed from the candidacy list. At this time candidacy will be closed, and these students cannot apply senior year. • Occasionally a student will have an increase in cumulative GPA which makes him or her eligible for the first time senior year. A student in this situation may apply for NHS candidacy, however, he or she must meet all the requirements of a two year candidate in one year. Students who were eligible junior year and

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Selection is carried out in three stages. First, the British Council and the British Embassy agree on a shortlist of approximately 25 applications, based on an assessment against the published criteria. Second, all short-listed candidates are invited to take the IELTS test (please see section below on IELTS) to assess their level of English. Those who obtain a minimum of 6.5 will be invited for the next stage, which is an interview. These interviews establish the final selection of candidates, and are carried out by diplomatic service representatives of the British Embassy and British Council, who may nominate other board members at their discretion.

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Selection is carried out in three stages: • The applications are shortlisted based on an assessment against the published criteria • All shortlisted candidates are interviewed in country • Selected candidates are invited to the IELTS test.

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Selection is carried out in three stages. First of all, the British Council and the British Embassy in Ukraine agree the shortlist, based on an assessment against the published criteria. Second, all short-listed candidates are interviewed by the British Embassy, who choose those to be nominated for a scholarship. Finally, successful candidates take an English language proficiency test (IELTS). Selection process and criteria may differ in other countries.

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