Marshall Cavendish Education

Global Writing Competition

Announcement of Winners

Marshall Cavendish Education Global Writing Competition 2022 has ended. Thank you for your participation and making this competition a success!

Here are the list of winners that are selected based on AI scoring and judging panel of educational specialists.

Congratulations to all winners!

Top 3 Global Winners Per Category

High School

1. Bina Bangsa School Kebon Jeruk:
Angelie Wiratama

2. RaKs Pallikkoodam:
Anouska

3. Woodlands Ring Secondary School:
Tristan Toh
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Senior High School

1. Poi Lam High School:
Goh Shu Wei

2. Raffles Christian School Pondok Indah:
Emilie Linden Rusli

3. Singapore International School of Bangkok:
Panittha Maneesutham

University

1. Notre Dame of Marbel University:
Herman Albert Sionosa

Top 3 Country Winners:

India

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
RaKs Pallikkoodam
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Anouska

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
RaKs Pallikkoodam
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Sasyak

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
RaKs Pallikkoodam
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Shraddha.R Raks Pallikkoodam

Indonesia

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Santo Nicholas School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Jarvis De Rich

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Santo Nicholas School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Ashley Hubert

3. Senior High School ( 16 - 18 years old)
Raffles Christian School Pondok Indah
Everyone should be a Vegetarian
Emilie Linden Rusli

Korea

1. Senior High School ( 16 - 18 years old)
(Winner by default)
Gyeonggi Suwon International School
A Heroic Act
Darhyon Zoe Kwon

Malaysia

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Cornerstone International School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Jin Cer Tan

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Westlake International School Kampar, Perak
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Kota Shimizu

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
SMJK Nan Hwa
The Hero of My Life
Elisabeth Ding Thong Ern Moe

Pakistan

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Seeds Islamic International School
The Hero of My Life
Ebtihaaj Fatima

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
The City School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Aeraj Rashid

3. Senior High School ( 16 - 18 years old)
The City School
A Heroic Act
Muhammad Zohaib Siddiqui

Philippines

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Davao Christian High School CPG Campus
The Hero of My Life
Eliana Stephanie Lim

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Systems Plus College Foundation
The Hero of My Life
Jhoy Camille Hernandez

3. Senior High School ( 16 - 18 years old)
Systems Plus College Foundation
Everyone should be a Vegetarian
Jasmine Chrislyn Angela Vicente

Qatar

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Doha Modern Indian School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Sandrine Sara Sunil

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Doha Modern Indian School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Aadharsha Ilan Chezhiyan

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Doha Modern Indian School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Shruti Ganesh

Singapore

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Woodlands Ring Secondary School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Charmaine Nye

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Waterway Primary School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Jayne Allyson Schultz Tan

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Woodlands Ring Secondary School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Tristan Toh

Thailand

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
ThaiSingapore International School
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Sky Fall

2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Singapore International School of Bangkok
The Hero of My Life
Angel Elsa Bose

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Wellington College International Bangkok
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
J-Jean Boonyapornkul

United Arab Emirates

1. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills
Recycling is doing more harm than good.
Adit Mital
2. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills
The Hero of My Life
Mridini Menon

3. High School (12 - 15 years old)
Dubai International Academy Emirates Hills
The Hero of My Life
Tara Vishwakarthik


Prizes

Top 3 Global Winners Per Category

    Personalised e-Certificate

    Medal

    US$50 Amazon Vouchers

    Faber-Castell Writing Materials

Top 3 Country Winners

Personalised e-Certificate

6-months subscription to Scribo

US$20 Amazon Vouchers


Terms and Conditions

  1. Marshall Cavendish Education is the organiser of the Scribo Writing Competition.
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  3. Winners will be informed via email or social media messenger depending on the information given.
  4. Winners will be selected by the Organiser's internal panel of judges and the decision is final.
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  6. The Prize is as stated and is non-transferable and not-for-sale. No cash alternatives will be offered. If due to circumstances beyond the
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     prize with an item of equal or greater value, to be determined at the Organisers’ sole discretion.
  7. Later submission will be automatically void.
  8. Marshall Cavendish Education reserves the right to change the prize of equivalent value as deemed fit

About the Competition

Marshall Cavendish Education Global Writing Competition 2022 is open to all students from 12 to 20 years old who wants to challenge their creative writing skills through the use of Artificial Intelligence writing tool.

With the help of various aided features on Scribo Literatu, an online writing platform, students get the chance to experience how the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) can refine, enhance and perfect their writing and redefine the way they look at writing assignments.

About Scribo

Scribo - Research Question and Literature Search Tool is an interactive study tool that supplies the student writer with suggestions and information on research papers and library searches. With a dialogue of 27 questions sequenced to support the work-in-progress, Scribo helps the student to process initial ideas and structure the research. Scribo further prepares for supervision and helps the student conduct a literature search. With the assistance of Scribo, the student will be better equipped to write a research paper and meet with supervisors and research librarians.

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