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Feedback on University Entrance Review Discussion Document
Open for Consultation 13 Mar 2017 - 28 Apr 2017
NZQA is reviewing the University Entrance requirements 2016-2017. The purpose of the review is to ensure that the current requirements are relevant and up to date. NZQA has concluded the evidence gathering phase of the review. We have talked extensively to stakeholders and considered the available data.
The University Entrance Review Discussion Document summarises the views heard during the evidence gathering phase and the analysis of the available data.
At this stage, NZQA is not recommending any changes to the University Entrance requirements. However, we have made some suggestions for operational improvements. NZQA is seeking feedback on our initial conclusions and suggestions.
Download and read the University Entrance Review Discussion Document (PDF, 7.7MB).
Provide your feedback
The closing date for submissions is 28 April 2017.
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