NCEA

NCEA Pal, Examination TimetableHow it Works

It is very important that students in Year 11 – 13 continually track the number of credits that they have achieved to ensure that they reach their goal by the end of the year.

Click on the following for more information and the link to NCEA Apps MyBluePrint – New NCEA Tracking App

NCEA Pal


Students should be keeping track of their progress as they focus on achieving their NCEA certificate and receiving Endorsement grades. All senior students have been shown this free NCEA App produced by NZQA which will help them to keep track of their credit totals.

NCEA Examination Timetable

The following links have more information

2019 NCEA examination timetable

2019 Student End of Year exam timetable

How does it work?

Click the following link to understand how NCEA works

 

Resource Page

To support De La Salle parents and their sons with next steps after receiving NCEA results we have linked to the NCEA resource page on the Careers New Zealand website. The page features a video starring former All Black Michael Jones sharing his experience of supporting his children through NCEA, plus a range of helpful articles and an eBook.

The page helps parents understand NCEA and how to interpret their kids’ results. Students and parents can find practical advice and information on next steps they can take no matter what their teen’s results.

Click here to visit the page

Please read the below Assessment Procedures and Guidelines for Students:

Assessment Procedures and Guidelines for Students.pdf

Samoan Translation.pdf

Tongan Translation.pdf

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