NCEA & HELPFUL WEBSITES. Session 3 Sarah Cornish, Education New Zealand . NCEA. NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) offered at all NZ secondary schools. It is administered by NZQA. NCEA is the national qualification for secondary students in Years 11-13.
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Sarah Cornish, Education New Zealand
NCEA is the first three levels of the National Qualifications Framework.
The result is that NCEA provides a large amount of Assessment information, giving a clear picture of what a student can achieve and what they know
NCEA Level 1 is gained by achieving 80 Level 1 Credits, of which 8
must be in English (4 in Reading and 4 in Writing) 8 must be in Mathematics
NCEA Level 2 is gained by achieving 80 Credits of which 60 must be Level 2 credits
NCEA Level 3 is gained by achieving 80 Credits of which 60 must be Level 3 credits
Credits can come from either Achievement Standards or Unit Standards
Entranceto University from NCEA
Disadvantages to NCEA
Advantages to NCEA
credits at a tertiary provider
- students accumulate credits throughout the year
- students see their progress throughout the year
- students try hard all year instead of for 3 hours only
- students are able to re-sit assessments that they’ve failed