NCEA exams have started

Gisborne high school students began NCEA examinations and New Zealand Scholarship examinations today.

The exam timetable began with Level 1 social studies, Level 2 dance, Level 3 art history and Level 2 French.

On Monday November 12, more than 46,000 students across the country will sit the Level 1 English exam, making it the single largest sitting day of the three- and-a-half-week exam period.

More than 140,000 students will participate in 120 exams this year and the final exams will be held on November 30.

Students’ NCEA results will be released by NZQA online from mid-January, and New Zealand Scholarship results are due in February.

Gisborne high school students began NCEA examinations and New Zealand Scholarship examinations today.

The exam timetable began with Level 1 social studies, Level 2 dance, Level 3 art history and Level 2 French.

On Monday November 12, more than 46,000 students across the country will sit the Level 1 English exam, making it the single largest sitting day of the three- and-a-half-week exam period.

More than 140,000 students will participate in 120 exams this year and the final exams will be held on November 30.

Students’ NCEA results will be released by NZQA online from mid-January, and New Zealand Scholarship results are due in February.

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