Yes, the assessment for these units will be exactly the same as if you were a University student and you will be required to submit assignments by the due date and sit exams during the assigned exam period along with your fellow class members.
If you are having problems meeting the deadlines for the internal assessment it might be a good idea to talk to your High Achiever Liaison Officer. It is possible to get extensions if there is very good reason and they will be able to assist you in looking into this option. However it is very important when participating in the High Achiever program that you have good time management and don't leave everything to the last minute.
Yes, they are able to study more than 2 x 12.5% HAP units and still receive the HECS waiver. There is no limit to the amount of units students can study under the HECS scholarship but only 2 x 12.5% units will count towards the ATAR. If students study more than 2 x 12.5% HAP units the best 2 results will be counted towards the ATAR.
Yes, you can. We encourage all students who are interested in the program to apply. As an International Student there are fees involved and for the 2014 High Achiever Program the set fee for all units is $1200. For more information on how to apply, please see the International Students page.