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New Zealand Scholarship results publication
Accessing New Zealand Scholarship results
In February, results for New Zealand Scholarship assessment from the previous year will be made available online through the learner login.
Scholarship reconsideration and review forms and New Zealand Scholarship monetary award application forms (where appropriate) will be available from the learner login only. See below for further details.
New Zealand Scholarship reconsiderations and reviews
What should I apply for?
Reconsiderations and reviews are different. If you believe there has been a processing error in recording your result(s), for example, the results on your answer booklet do not match your online results, or one or more sections of your answer booklet(s) or mark sheet(s) appear to be unmarked you should apply for a 'Review'. In a review all sections of a booklet or portfolio are checked to make sure they have been marked and results correctly recorded and transferred. A review does not involve re-marking. There is no charge for a review.
If you believe your answer booklet or portfolio has not been assessed (or 'marked') correctly, you should apply for a 'Reconsideration'. A reconsideration involves reassessing all answers in the answer booklet using the original assessment schedule, in other words, re-marking it. It also involves checking mechanical processes, like transferring grades.
New Zealand Scholarship reconsiderations cost $30.70 per standard (subject). Where the reconsideration leads to a change of final grade the fee is refunded.
For information about applying for a review, see New Zealand Scholarship Reviews.
For information about applying for a reconsideration, see New Zealand Scholarship Reconsiderations.
If you are eligible for a monetary award, information about this and how to apply will be displayed with your New Zealand Scholarship results.
There are selection criteria that apply to the top monetary awards (and these may vary from year to year to take into account comparative performance). These are set out in the New Zealand Scholarship Rules and Procedures.
New Zealand Scholarship mark ranges
New Zealand Scholarship mark ranges provide the scores required for results of Scholarship and Outstanding Scholarship in each subject. It shows how your results compare to those of other New Zealand Scholarship candidates. These are made available once New Zealand Scholarship results are released each year. See New Zealand Scholarship Results for links to the results from recent years.