NCEA can stand for:

  • National Certificate of Educational Achievement, New Zealand's main secondary school qualification
  • National Council for Educational Awards, Ireland
  • National Catholic Educational Association, United States
  • National Conference on Ethics in America, United States
  • National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture, Australia
  • National Collegiate Equestrian Association, United States
  • Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment, The Netherlands
  • National Commercial Energy Assessors, United Kingdom

Other articles related to "ncea":

School Fees In New Zealand - Activity Fees - NCEA Fees
... (NZQA) for the cost of administering the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), the main secondary school qualification in New Zealand ... all beneficiaries) or have three or more children completing NCEA, and must be paid by 1 September, otherwise the fee increases to $126.70, with no financial assistance possible, and must be paid to ... Because NCEA is part of the Year 11 to 13 curriculum, it is free for students to study for and sit the exams ...
Papakura High School - School Curriculum
... The school offers NCEA as its national qualification standard ... Students are able to sit NCEA Level 1 papers as early Year 11, however Papakura High School is one of the few colleges in Auckland to offer an NCEA Level 1 Humanities ... designed for students to explore a wide area of interest before they begin NCEA ...
Academic Grading In New Zealand - Secondary Schools - NCEA
... The National Certificate of Educational Achievement, the current national secondary school qualifications, uses standard-based assessment ... Assessment for Achievement Standards uses a four-grade system, the lowest being a failing grade, while Unit Standards use a simple achieved/not achieved (pass/fail) grade system ...
Auckland Grammar School - Academics - NCEA Controversy
... The current headmaster, John Morris, is a vocal critic of the NCEA ... Other students sit NCEA exams ... Students placed in an IGCSE/AS/A2 class are allowed to switch to NCEA, but this is usually discouraged by the school ...