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Showing posts with label exam results. Show all posts

2021/2022 NCEA results released - New Zealand

More than 160,000 students can now view their 2021 NCEA results on the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website. The results are available as of the 20th of January 2022.

The marked exam papers and NZ Scholarship Exam results will be available in late January and early February, respectively.

NCEA results 2021

The 2021 NCEA exams were delayed by two weeks due to the Covid-19 lockdown. In addition, significantly fewer students showed up to sit for the exams.

Students can access their NCEA results online at the NZQA website. 

How to check your exam results on NZQA student portal

  • Visit to the NZQA website.
  • Click on 'Students and Learners Login'.
  • Enter Email or Username.
  • Click Login.
That it!

If you have difficulty accessing your results, contact NZQA.
NZQA NCEA results 2022/2021

Need help with 2021 NCEA results

NZQA’s call centre will stay open until 8pm tonight; and has been expanded with trained staff to ensure we can answer students’ queries about their results, as well as a specialist team of experienced advisors to offer further guidance.

Contact NZQA

Students unsure of their National Student Number (NSN) or Student Login password can contact NZQA’s contact centre:

  • through the website’s ‘chat’ function,
  • on 0800 697 296 or 
  • by emailing 
For privacy reasons, NZQA can give results and NSNs only to the students themselves.

2021/2022 NCEA marked papers, reviews & considerations

Students can view marked NCEA exams through the Student Login from 31 January 2022, a change from previous years, where these have been returned through the post.

After their marked papers are available, students have until 25 February to apply for a review or reconsideration.

What time does New Zealand Scholarship exams results come out?

Students who sat New Zealand Scholarship exams will be able to view their results online from 10 February 2022, and after papers are returned, can apply for a review or reconsideration until 4 March 2022.

Readers note:

This information is provided for the benefit of our visitors from New Zealand. This information is updated to fit the format we use on PNG Insight. If you have any questions relating to the 2022 NCEA exam results, please contact NZAQ directly.

PNG Written Expression Papers and Dates

The Grade 10 and 12 students do their Written Expression Examination (WEX) every year in June and August, respectively.

The Written Expression Examination for this year is as follows:

  • Grade 10 Written Expression Examination is on the 2nd of June 2022 and
  • Grade 12 Written Expression Examination is on the 1st of August 2022.
  • See the national exam dates for Grade 8, 10 and 12
png grade 10 written expression exam papers

Where to get the Written Expression Exam Papers?

The WEX past exam papers are available in schools. You will have used the past year's paper in your Mock Exam. 

So, in preparations for your Grade 10 (or Grade 12) WEX papers (which is your first proper national examination), you should ask your English and Literature teacher for a copy.

This will help you familiarise yourself with the type of reading materials (scripts)  and format that you are likely to come across in the real exam.

Who sets the Written Expression Examinations?

The Department of Education, though the Measurement Services Division, sets the WEX for Grade 10. 

The Grade 12 WEX is set by an external (English and Literature) subject expert from the University of Goroka.

The Education department depends on provincial education officials and schools to conduct the examinations.  

Students have been encouraged to give their best in honesty and let their talents shine through.

How do markers mark the Written Expression?

Selected English teachers mark the Grade 10 written expression exam papers in each province. On completion, the provincial examination officer in the province sends the marks to the MSD office in Port Moresby. 

As for the Grade 12 WEX, the MSD selects English and Literature teachers from each province as markers. The markers go to Port Moresby for a week to mark the WEX papers.

They mark the WEX papers in regional groups - Southern, Momase, New Guinea Islands and Highlands.

It is an intensive marking where the papers undergo several checks before the final marks are awarded to each script.

Grade 10 & 12 Written Expression concerns

Provincial authorities and schools have the duty to run a fair and cheat-free written expression examination. 

The education department often encouraged local education authorities to be vigilant and security conscious from the storage in school to the actual completion of the Examination. 

To ensure the smooth running of the examination, the Head Teachers, Principals and Deputies are advised to remain within the school campus during the conduct of all Examinations.

However, many principals, headteachers and deputies tend to leave the school grounds on exam days.

Who ensures cheat-free exams in PNG?

The following provincial education officials and school heads are responsible for a cheat-free and fair Grade 10 and Grade 12 written expression examination, nationwide.

  • Provincial Education Advisers, 
  • Provincial Examination Supervisors, 
  • Senior Secondary Schools’ Inspectors, 
  • Guidance Officers, 
  • Principals of Secondary Schools
  • Head Teachers of all Provincial High Schools.

For the Grade 10 and Grade 12 students sitting the National Written Expression Examinations this year, we wish you 'all the best!'

Grade 11 NSSCO (NEW) Results 2022/2021 NAMIBIA

 Namibia has a similar timetable for examinations and release of Grade 11 results to PNG exams and online results. At this time, many parents and students are visiting this education website. 

We want to *redirect* our visitors from Namibia, who are checking the 2021/2022 Grade 11 NSSCO Results, to the right result place to access the results. 

NOTE: We also know that Namibia education system, especially the examination Grades are undergoing some latest changes. There are also leakages of the 2021 exam question papers, so the links below are stories we are following - check them out!

grade 11results 2021 ordinary level
Namibia Ministry of Education | My results Online Home Page

So, if you are a visitor from Namibia checking for the 2020 Grade 10 JSC examination results, we hope you find this useful.

See below for the direct links to the 2 online result pages.

Key facts about Namibia Examinations

  • The Directorate of National Examinations and Assessment and Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture conducts the annual Grade 11 exam.
  • Grade 11 students are certified through the Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new)  Exams
  • Grades 11 students sat for the examinations in October/November every year. 2020 is the first year of NSSCAS exams.
  • Results are released to students early in February of the following year.
  • The NSSCO 2021 Grade 11 Results can be accessed in two ways: either by text message or on the Internet (online results).

When are the results for Grade 11 coming out?

 It is not clearly known when exactly MoEAC will release the results. But based on last year's experience, the ministry made the announcement on 4th February 2021, and the candidates accessed their results on the 5th of February 2021

That possibly means that the 2021/2022 Grade 11 NCCSO (new) and NSSCA (new) will come out in early February 2022, IF the education ministry sticks to its plan. 

We will let you know when we get any confirmed dates.

    How to Check 2021/2022 Grade 11 Results: Online results 

    The examination results for Grade 11 NSSCO may be obtained using the online result web application called MY RESULTS ONLINE. 

    Accessing the Grade Grade 11 NSSCO results is easier for students and parents/guardians with internet connections. Follow these quick steps for easy access:
    • Launch My Results Online web application on the Namibia Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. 
    • Open on a new browser.
    • Follow the example shown on the screenshot shown. (Important: If you have difficulty with login, contact the ministry reps directly for assistance)
    Here is what the Ministry of Education (Namibia) had to say about attempting to obtain the final results online.

    Please Note:

    You need to obtain your final results from your school or institution as the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture shall not be liable for any damages or loss, whether direct or indirect, arising out of the use of or omissions in response to the enquiry made herein or for any consequential damages, loss of profit or special damages arising out of the exam results provided or any use thereof.

    More info:

    More clarity regarding the exam results provided by this service or additional information about your results can be obtained from the:

    Public Relations Officer
    Johanna Absalom
    Contact: 061- 293 3358
    Ministry of Education.

    How to Check 2021/202 Grade 11 Results: SMS

    The examination results for Grade 11 NSSCO can be obtained using an SMS or text message. There are two formats for using the short text messaging services: either by name or examination number. 

    If you use the SMS service, your surname, name and results will be displayed on your screen

    SMS using 'name':
    • Go message tab on your phone,
    • Type your: ExamLevel*space*Surname*Space*FirstName
    • Send to 2929, 99099 or 55755 
    (a) Example of Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary result for  student Siki Man:  NSSCO Siki Man

    SMS using 'examination number':
    • Go to message tab on your phone, 
    • Type your: ExamLevel*Space*examination number
    • Send to 2929, 99099 or 55755 
    (b) Example for Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary exam results: NSSCO 10HE250025

    Grade 11 NSSCO results 2021

    Where to access the online result 2021/2022 Grade 11 Results

    There are TWO online websites where you can access the Grade 10 results for 2020

      Where to get instructional help

      We found the information on Namibia National Assessment and Examination very helpful when researching for this article. Click Here (My Exam Online). 

      We hope that our visitors from Namibia have found the information useful. Please leave a message below to let us know that you have been here.

      Click on the links for info on the Senior Secondary Certificates for Higher (NSSCH, old) and Ordinary (NCCSO, new) levels and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new).

      Wish you all the best and good luck. 

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      Grade 12 results 2021/2022 NSSCO, NSSCAS, AS Secondary School Certificates NAMIBIA

      This is an info-service for our Namibia and Namibians living overseas following up on the 2021 Grade 12 (and Grade 11 NEW) exam results. The recent examination has been affected by the leakage of some 2021 exam papers. 

      In fact, not all subjects were affected - this article puts in perspective the latest news and updates on Grade 12 and Grade 11 results for this year. 

      Grade 12 NSSCO Grade 11 Results 2021/2022
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      Latest information on NSFAF, Old NSSCO Grade 12 Results, UNMA registration, follow the link.

      In brief 2021 Exam Results

      • According to the latest data, there are a total of 99,631 students registered for the 2021 exams of which 51, 958 are full-time pupils in mainstream schools. These students are directly affected by the exam paper leakages.
      • Several subjects in the 2021 NSSC Ordinary Level Grade 12 (5 subjects) and the Revised Curriculum Ordinary Level Grade 11 (11 subjects) were affected by the leakage of exam papers.
      • NSSCO (new) and NSSCAS (new) results will be released on dates intended by the education ministry prior to the examination leakages.
      • The leaked exams are NOT eligible for Cambridge International accreditation in 2021.
      • Candidates will rewrite exams in January 2022. Schools and local education authorities to facilitate the re-write in collaboration with the education ministry.

      What the exam paper leakages and rewrites mean

      We understand the Teachers Union, private schools and other educational organisations are against the resit (or rewrite) of the examinations leaked early in December 2021. However, the leakages of exam papers have been widespread in the country.

      Understandably, this (the rewrite) is not what many Grade 12 and Grade 11 students would want, but it is in the best interest of the exam and the validity of the results and certificates that the students must resit. 

      The education ministry and Cambridge International understand that the NSSCO and NSSCAS are internationally accredited and recognised certificates. And therefore, the exams must be free of cheating for them to be valid. 

      2021 exam rewrite dates

      The NSSCO and NSSCAS candidates will be rewriting the examination in January 2022 only for the leaked subjects. 

      The education ministry said it will allocate resources to ensure that the results will be released on the dates set before the leakage of the exam papers.

      In a news release, the Basic Education Ministry Executive Director Sanet Steenkamp announced the following dates:

      • 10 -21 January 2022: Rewrite exam dates of the NSSCO examination for Grade 11.
      • 7 -15 February 2022: Rewrite exam dates for the NSSCO Grade 12.
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      When are the Grade 12 results in 2021 coming out?

      THE Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC), in a news release dated 8th December 2021, stated that they will launch the results for Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new) and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new) on the date they set originally. 

      It is not clearly known when exactly MoEAC will release the results, but based on last year's experience the ministry made the announcement on 4th February 2021, and the candidates accessed their results on the 5th of February 2021

      That possibly means that the results of 2021 Grade 12 and Grade 11 NCCSO (new) and NSSCA (new) will come out in early February 2022, IF the education ministry sticks to its plan. 

      When is the Grade 12 results in 2021 coming out

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      What exams (subjects) are affected?

      Indicatively, five (5) subjects at the Grade 12 and the eleven (11) subjects at the Grade 11 ordinary level were affected through the leakage of exam papers. 

      The subjects affected at NCSSO Grade 12 level are:

      1. English Second Language paper one (core) and Paper 2 (Extended), 
      2. History, 
      3. Agriculture, 
      4. Development Studies and
      5. Biology, 

      The 11 subjects affected at Grade 11 ordinary level (NSCCO, new) level are: 

      1. English Second Language, 
      2. Afrikaans,
      3.  Biology, 
      4. Mathematics, 
      5. Physics, 
      6. Chemistry, 
      7. Entrepreneurship, 
      8. Business Studies,
      9. Agriculture, 
      10. Oshikwanyama and 
      11. Oshindonga.

      How to access the Grade 12 (and Grade 11) NCCSO and NSSCA results 2021?

      The examination results for Grade 12 and Grade 11  - Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new) and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new) - can be obtained in two ways

      • either online result web application called MY RESULTS ONLINE, or
      • by SMS using your mobile phone.

      Grade 12 (and Grade 11) NCCSO and NSSCA results 2021/2022
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      Meaning of Exams and Results terms

      These acronyms are extensively used in the discussion of examination and results in Namibia. With the new Grade 12 and Grade 11 exams and results, we thought you should familiarise yourselves with the terms. 

      Here are the meanings:
      • NSSCO = Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NEW)
      • NSSCAS = Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NEW)
      • AS Level = First year of a full A level (Advanced Level), Year 12
      • NSSCH = Senior Secondary Certificates for Higher (OLD)
      • CI  = Cambridge International

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      2021/2022 NESA Exam Results Rwanda

      NESA Rwanda Exam 2021 Results is the work of the National Education and School Inspection Authority of Rwanda. This statutory body organises and runs school inspections and examinations (P6, S3, S6 GE, TVET or TTCand reports on them to the people and govt of Rwanda. 

      IMPORTANT: We are an education blog and do get some visitors from Rwanda and Africa, generally. This article serves as an info-service for our visitors from the beautiful country of Rwanda. 


      NESA Rwanda Exam 2021 Results

      The National Education and School Inspection Authority (NESA) of Rwanda has a nice website with up-to-date information for exam takers, schools and other stakeholders.

      We would advise you to check out NESA website for any latest news and updates in regards to 2021/2022 NESA Exam Results.

      If you would like to check your results ONLINE or by SMS, you'll find the steps below helpful.

      How to Check NESA Rwanda Exam 2021 Results online?

      Go to >>>

      1. Choose a 'Level' (P6, S3, S6 GE, TVET or TTC),

      2. Enter 'Registration' Number (You candidate/index number)

      3. Click on the blue 'search button'

      Now your selected NESA National Examinations Results will appear. You can download the result or print it for future use.

      How to Check NESA Rwanda Exam 2021 Results by SMS?

      Students can access their 2021 NESA Rwanda exam results by SMS to 4891.

       P6, S3 and S6 – index number and send SMS to 4891. Here is how to do it:

      1) Open your text message box.

      2) Enter the SMS number: '4891'

      3) Enter 'level' and 'registration number (NO SPACE)

      4) Press 'send'.

      NESA Result by SMS

      There may be a network charge for this service, your results will be sent to your phone. 

      When does NESA Rwanda results for P6, S3, S6 GE, TVET or TTC come out?

      The October 2021 exams marking and compiling of the marks must take place before NESA releases the marks. 

      You can go to this page ( or use the steps above to check if your results are available online or not. 

      Contact NESA Rwanda

      You can contact NESA on email or reach the Rwanda Ministry of Education on Twitter via the handle @Rwanda_Edu

      We hope you find this info helpful. If you are coming from Rwanda, please leave a message below and let us know what you think. This will help us to provide the relevant information in regards to the NESA Exam Results from your country.

      How to Check Matrics results online or SMS in 2022?

      What to find out how to check matrics results for 2022? This article will help. The Grade 12 students (2022 Matric Class) can check their results online or via USSD and SMS. This year, you can also see your results published in the newspapers.

      This article provides a step-by-step guide to how to check your Matric Results (Check it out).

      matric results 2022

      When is the 2022 Matric result coming out?

      The Department of Basic Education announced that the national matric results for learners in public schools are expected to come out on the 20th of January 2022.

      The individual results will be made available online on the 21st of January 2022.

      Grade 12 students (the Matric Class of 2022) can access their results on the 21st of January 2022. The results can be collected at your local schools too. 

      Why Education Department release 2021 Matric Exam Result?

      The Pretoria High Court found that the results of the exams are matters of public interest. As a result, it instructed DoBE to release the results for 2022 to students.

      This came after the education ministry announced that it will not release the exam results citing the privacy and the Protection of Personal Information Act.

      How to check the results via SMS and online

      The Department of Basic Education staff and support staff will provide help to students and stakeholders who may face problems accessing their results online or via USSD and SMS. 

      The best way to get help would be to, directly, contact your school or provincial education authority.

      In case you want to get in touch with DBE, send an email to

      Here are some clear instructions for accessing Grade 12 results online and via USSD or SMS. This article also has links to reliable sources where you can get the latest updates.

      Last year's matric results date (2021/2022)

      The updates below are from last year. The dates will give you an idea about when the results came out; and how the Grade 12 students access their results.

      More details via the link 

      • Update #2: The Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, will announce the release of the 2020 matric results on the 22nd of February 2021.
      • Update #1: Students will be able to access their results on the 23rd of February via SMS, USSD, newspapers or at their examination centres.

      2021 Exams Results and 2022 Selections Dates - Grade 12, 10 and 8

      2021 Exams Results and 2022 Selections DatesOctober 2021 to January 2022 is an exciting period for Grade 10, Grade 12 and Grade 8 students in Papua New Guinea.

      2022 Grade 11 selection list
      Join us on Twitter or YouTube for the latest updates.

      Many students will be looking forward to continuing their education with optimism.

      • Grade 10 to Grade 11/vocational centres.
      • Grade 12 to tertiary institutions. 
      • Grade 8 to Grade 9.
      • Other students will look for a second option like FODE or go back home.

      2022 Grade 11 Selection list is NOW OUT

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      2021 Grade 10 National Exam Results 

      According to the Education Secretary, the Grade 10 national exam results will be released to the Grade 11 Selection Conference on the 5th of December 2021.

      That means that the 2021 Selection lists for National High and Secondary Schools are likely to be published after 2 weeks following the release of the results. 

      Check out this YouTube video - How to Check Your Names on Grade 11 Selection Lists.

      2021 PNG Exam Grade Stats

      • Grade 12 - 31, 817 students.
      • Grade 10 - 74, 982 students nominated, only 62, 000 sit the exams.
      • Grade 8 - 137, 769 students.

      2021 Grade 12 National Exam Results

      Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra mentioned in a press release that the 2021 Grade 12 exam results will be released to the Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHERST) on the 12th of December

      The Education Department (MSD) conducts the exams, coordinates marking, compiles students exam marks and sends them to DHERST.

      DHERST uses the marks to select students to higher institutions.

      2022 Grade 12 Selections Date

      The Grade 12 students can check their examination results on/around the 12th of December 2021 via the Education Department's (NDoE/MSD) website called My PNG Exam Results

      Note that DHERST does not process the marks. 

      Read the latest post titled '2021 Grade 12 Students SLF Grace Period - Why it is important'. This post gives insight into when DHERST will launch the 2022 Grade 12 selection list.

      DHERST usually takes less than a week to process the selection listings for the tertiary institutions in the country.

      It works in collaboration with the universities, colleges and other tertiary institutions to do the selection. But, first, the institutions MUST tell DHERST their quota - how many students they will accept for the academic year 2022. 

      So, unless the institutions provide the quotas on time DHERST will not release the listing. 

      It is important to note that the higher institutions NOT sending the quotas often resulted in delays. 

      202 Grade 12 selection list download

      2022 Grade 9 Selection 

      The Grade 8 exam marking, results and Grade 9 selection is the responsibility of the respective provinces. The department of education passed this responsibility to the provinces. 

      The education department will send the Grade 8 certificates to the schools/ provinces by the 3rd week of December 2021. However, many provinces have failed to issue the Grade 8 certificates to students.

      Read about this failure and how the Education authorities Do the Grade 9 Selections.

      2022 Grade 9 selection list download

      2021/2022 Important dates Dates & Expectations

      PNG INSIGHT UPDATES: Here are some important dates for examinations, results and selections in Papua New Guinea:

      • When will DHERST formally publish the 2022 Grade 12 selection List for HEIs? (TBC)

      • Tuesday 21st December 2021: DHERST launches 2021 selection for 2022 academic year
      • Tuesday 14th - Friday 17th December 2021: NOAS grace period
      • Sunday 12th December 2021: Education Department through MSD releases Grade 12 Exam Results to Higher Education Department, DHERST.
      • Thursday 9th December 2021: Grade 10 and 12 Exam Results Launched, students can check their results now.
      • 5th December 2021: Education Officers/GES start 2022 Grade 11 Selections (GRADE 11 SELECTION NOW IN PROGRESS)

      • NDoE/MSD publishes Grade 10 national exam results: Late Nov - Early December 2021
      • Grade 10 and 12 Exam Marks and Data Cleansing: Completed by late Nov 2021 in time for the release of 2021 exam results to students, selectors and stakeholders.
      • Grade 8, 10 and 12 Exam marking: October  - Nov 2021
      • Grade 10 National Examinations: 11th to 15th October 2021.
      • Grade 12 National Examinations:  18th to 22nd October 2021.
      • Grade 8 National Examinations: 25th to 28th October 2021.

      Based on the dates above we can infer that the 2021/2022 Grade 11 selection lists will be released one or two weeks after the 5th of December 2021. 

      Bookmark this page or join PNG Insight on YouTube and stay tuned, we will bring you the latest updates as it happens. You can also share this link to your Facebook profile and check back.

      DHERST has confirmed that it will launch the Grade 12 selection list on the 21st of December 2021. 

      Here is some information about the Grade 11 selection that you may find helpful. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.


      What is Tertiary Entrance Rank, TER?

      The Tertiary Entrance Rank appears on the Grade 12 students provisional statement of results they access from My PNG Exam Results website. There are in fact three numbers that appear together: the RANK, the TERTIARY ENTRANCE RANK and the GRADE 12 STUDENT POPULATION. 

      When will DHERST formally publish the 2022 Grade 12 selection List for HEIs?

      What is Tertiary Entrance Rank

      The RANK is the Grade 12 student's 'position' relative to the number of grade 12 students who sat the exams and are graded in that particular year.

      The GRADE 12 STUDENT POPULATION as the name implies, is the total population of Grade 12 students who sat the Grade 12 examination in that particular year. 

      So what is the TERTIARY ENTRANCE RANK?

      Tertiary Entrance Rank, TER

      The TERTIARY ENTRANCE RANK is basically the total ranking out of 100%.

      Though there is no clarity on the criteria used in the PNG Grade 12 TER, it is widely understood that the final TER is inclusive of both the Year 11 and Year 12 internal (SCHOOL-BASED) and external (EXAM) marks.

      So if a Grade 12 student's tertiary entrance rank is 80%, it means the student performed above 79% of the whole student population who sat the exams; and 20% of the students performed above that particular student.

      TER is Rank not Mark

      Note that the tertiary entrance rank is not a mark. As the name implied, it is a rank. 

      The TERTIARY ENTRANCE RANK simply shows where you are relative to the general student population who sat for the exam in the country.

      All in all, the higher the TER, the better the performance. The lower the TER, the poorer the performance.

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      2021 Grade 10 and Grade 12 Exam Results Login VIDEO Guide

      In this article, you will find out how you can log in using your school leavers number to login to MyPNGExamResults website. The video explains how you can assess your results. 

      NOTE: Grade 10 and 12 Exam Results launched on Thur 9th December 2021, students can check their results now.

      2021 Grade 10 students results

      If you are a Grade 10 student checking on your 2021  exam results, follow these steps to access your results:

      • Visit the MyPNGExamResults website
      • Click on the green button to go to my exam result interface 
      • Take note of the login format (four digits of the year, provincial code two digits, school code three digits and candidate number four digits)
      • Enter your surname, given name and the 13 characters password
      • Click 'Get My Result'.
      You will have 13 characters altogether you're a grade 10 student you should have 13 characters for your password with NO space.

      By clicking on Click 'Get My Result' with the right password will give you access to the website where you can view your 2021 Grade 10 exam results

      Meanwhile, the exam results are not yet released by the NDoE/MSD. Here are the tentative dates for 2021 results & selections.

      2021 Grade 12 students results

      If you are a Grade 12 student, you will have 12 characters for your password - four digits of the year, two digits of the province, three digits of the school, and your candidate number will be three digits.

      You must get the password to access your 2021 Grade 12 Exam Results

      What to do when you access the MyPNGExamResults website?

      There are two important things you should do when you ever access your results. The first thing is to download the pdf version of your Grade 10 or Grade 12 exams results. 

      You must have a copy of your exam results on your phone or on your computer all the time. Avoid taking screenshots because it will do you no good. Show the PDF to your parents, teachers and principal. Even, go ahead and get the principal to sign and stamp the results. 

      This is the result that the Grade 11 selections and tertiary schools selections are based on - if you do that, you have grounds to stand on when things go wrong. 

      The second thing is to ensure that you change your password. Change it to a more secured password that only you can remember. Do not share your password details or even your marks with your friends

      What to do if you STILL cannot log in

      In a case where you cannot log in, try to interchange your surname and give-name, and check your SLF number. If you have three names and have problems, try several combinations before seeking help. 

      If you are really stuck, one way is to go back to your school and confirm your password by checking your SLF number with your teachers or the deputy principal and the principal of your school.

      Ask them to try the combination of your password and your username. After all the attempts, you still cannot access your results, the teachers at your school, deputy principal or the principal will have to call MSD (Measurement Services Division) and fix your problem.

      We also compiled some information about Grade 10 and 12 selection that you will find useful, check it out.

      NESA HSC results 2021/2022 - NSW Students access marks via SMS and Email

      HSC Results 2021/2022 Update: The recent change indicated that the 2021 NESA HSC result will be released 4 days earlier. Instead of the 24th of January 2022, the results will come out on the 20th of January 2022. 

      The students will be able to access their marks via SMS and email from 6am on Thursday, January 20.

      HSC results 2021

      How to log in and access 2021 HSC Results?

      1. Activate your Student Online account (Input your school, Given Name, Surname, Date of Birth)
      2. Click SUBMIT
      3. Check your email for the confirmation link that your school submit to NESA
      4. Open the link
      5. Enter your NESA Student Number to create your six-digit PIN
      6. Use your login credentials to access your HSC results.

      Here is what NESA said about setting up online.

      ''Access your enrolment details see your accumulating results and download your credential with your Students Online account. All NSW high school students in years 10, 11 and 12 are eligible for an account.

      Submit your details below. Your NESA Student Number will be displayed and you will also be sent an email to the address your school has supplied to NESA. Open the link in your email and enter your NESA Student Number to create your six-digit PIN.

      If you have issues activating your account, contact your school to check how your details, particularly your given name and email address, are officially recorded.''

      NESA School Online data

      Follow the Timetable of Actions for Secondary Schools timetable for the Year 12, 11 and 10 student data-related activities and deadlines that schools need to complete via Schools Online (Administration).
      How to get your NESA School Online user ID and PIN/password?

      • Years 10 - 12 Principals call (02) 9367 8001.
      • Years K - 9 Principals call 1300 119 556.
      • Staff contact your Principal to create your Schools Online profile.

      If you have forgotten your password, use the 'Forgot your password' recovery facility. This may help you to recover your online password, otherwise, your Principal can reset it for you.

      2021 HSC exam results & school ranking

      The HSC school ranking for 2021 comes out after the examinations and results are realised to students. Here is how Matrix Education is ranking the top 150 schools in NSW. They are using the performances of students in the end-of-the-year examinations to rank the schools (Note that the ranking given in brackets are the ranks by each category for 2020):

      • Breakdown of Top 150 NSW Schools (In 2020 Independents schools make up 72% of the 150 schools analysed, followed by Govt/selective schools 18% and Govt/non-selective schools 10%)
      • Selective Schools/Government TOP 10 (James Ruse Agricultural High School, Carlingford, #1 in 2020)
      • Non-Selective Schools/Government TOP 10 (NBSC Mackellar Girls School, #1)
      • Independent Schools TOP 10 (Sydney Grammar School, Darlinghurst, #1)
      • Most Improved Schools (Sydney Grammar School, Darlinghurst, #1)
      • Top 150 Schools by Success Rate James Ruse Agricultural High School, Carlingford, (#1)

      The 2021 HSC Rankings for schools are likely to follow the same ranking scheme. It is important to note that the ranking of schools is determined by the ‘performance’ of the students in the national examinations.

      NESA HSC Key dates December 2021/January 2022


      • HSC: Written exams end at 12:30pm 
      • HSC: Assessment ranks available from 12:30pm
      13TH DECEMBER 
      • HSC: Minimum Standard teacher assessment due
      • HSC: Brother John Taylor Memorial nominations due

      • HSC: Final day to view assessment ranks 
      20TH JANUARY 2022
      • HSC: ATAR results released by UAC 

      24TH JANUARY (Updated to 20th JAN, 4 days earlier than planned)
      • HSC: Results released 

      HSC 2021 exam timetable

      Higher School Certificate (HSC) key dates published by NESA include the start and finish of the written exam period, publication of timetables, and when results are released.
      2021 HSC written exam timetable.
      • Important dates for the practical and performance exams.
      Languages and oral exam timetable.
      • See 2021 School terms and public holidays for NSW Government schools.

      ‘Please be aware that the key dates and deadlines currently listed are subject to change due to the COVID-19 outbreak. NESA will continue to update you with exceptions and changes to relevant deadlines.’ NESA 2021

      Term 4 Written Examinations dates

      Access the written exam timetable here. The important dates are from 12th October to 4th  November 2021.

      • Tuesday, 12 October 2021 HSC written examinations commence.
      • Monday 1 November 2021 HSC student entries open.
      • Thursday, 4 November 2021 HSC written examinations conclude

      NESA indicated that after the last HSC written examination, the HSC Assessment Ranks will be released to students via Students Online for 4 weeks. Students are to access their results by early December 2021.

      NSW Visitors note

      We compile this information for our visitors from Australia and especially New South Wales. We hope that it gives you an idea about the 2021 NESA Exam timetable, key dates, 2021 result dates and schools’ ranking categories. Here is what NESA said and we thought we would repeat it for our visitors:

      ‘Please be aware that the key dates and deadlines currently listed are subject to change due to the COVID-19 outbreak. NESA will continue to update you with exceptions and changes to relevant deadlines.’ NESA 2021

      If you need more information regarding the exams and Key Dates, please follow the direct links we provided here to NESA website.

      See the original information on PNG Insight