NCEA Exam Timetable and Practice Exams

NCEA Practice Exams – Week 1 Term 4

The Senior School NCEA Practice exam timetable is now available to view please click here.

Level 1 History, French and Spanish exams will be sat online as part of the NZQAs move to online NCEA in 2020. The students will be given a paper copy of the exam in the event of technological issues. Future information about NZQA’s Future State programme can be found here.

Exams are 180 minutes in duration unless otherwise specified and all adhere to NCEA format. Boys may not leave during the first hour or the last 15 minutes of an exam

Bags must be left outside the exam room. Take into the exam only your writing equipment (and calculator if appropriate) – these must be carried in a clear plastic bag so it can be seen that you are not bringing in extra material. The school provides all of the paper.

Some basic rules

  • no talking at all in the exam room- this includes borrowing equipment
  • no eating
  • water is acceptable but not carbonated drinks
  • you are not allowed to ask the supervisor any questions about interpreting the exam – if you don’t understand what is being asked, then you just have to do your best

Students with special assessment conditions should meet at the Learning Support Classroom at least 15 minutes prior to the start of their exam.
A roll will be taken at the Tech, Graphics and Art workshops. Unless students have an exam on at that time, these are compulsory.

NCEA Exam Timetable 2017

Below please find the NCEA exam timetable.

Exam Timetable 2017

Unless otherwise stated, examinations will be held in the Hall.

The following rules apply to all NCEA exams:

  1. Exams are 180 minutes in duration unless otherwise specified and all adhere to NCEA format. Boys may not leave during the first hour or the last 15 minutes of an exam.
  2. Bags must be left outside the exam room. Take into the exam only writing equipment (and calculator if appropriate) – these must be carried in a clear plastic bag so it can be seen that students are not bringing in extra material.
  3. Some basic rules – no talking at all in the exam room- this includes borrowing equipment – no eating – water is acceptable but not carbonated drinks – Students are not allowed to ask the supervisor any questions about interpreting the exam – if you don’t understand  what is being asked, then you just have to do your best.
  4. Make sure you arrive to your exam on time.

Please contact Senior School Assistant Principal, Alistair West if you have any questions.

Our Location

Scots College
1 Monorgan Road
Strathmore Park
Wellington 6022
New Zealand
Scots College
PO Box 15064
Miramar
Wellington 6243
New Zealand
X