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Secondary School Qualifications

Students who get enrolled in any of the prestigious colleges in New Zealand are given National Certificate of Educational Achievement. At WWICS we make sure that whosoever lives the dream of studying in some reputed New Zealand college is successfully able to accomplish the same.

Recognized all over the world by universities, polytechnics and employers, this certificate holds great value and significantly adds to the value of resume. The three levels of NCEA extend to three years and level of difficulty of the course increases with time.

The assessment and evaluation of students is based on the level of their skill. Emphasis is laid on the understanding of subject and schools use a range of internal and external assessments to measure the capability of student.

There is a standard score and it is a must for every student to score above the specified percentage or else he won’t be considered to be eligible to receive the certificate. Also those who perform exceptionally well are recognized and every step is taken to hone their skill and talent in the best possible manner.

If a student wants to earn a scholarship, he has to none for an additional exam. The scores do not add to the academic percentage of the student but those who do well receive a record of achievement apart from the monetary assistance.

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