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New Zealand Scholarship Geography
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|2016 Assessment Report|
|Scholarship Performance Standard (93401)||Geography|
|Mode of Assessment||Written Examination|
Format of the assessment
The examination will be resource-based.
In 2017, the examination questions and resource booklet will focus on technology in a geographic context.
Some resource materials (such as maps, text, photographs, models, graphs, tables, and cartoons) related to this theme will be provided to assist candidates.
Candidates will be required to complete questions that involve critically analysing, processing, selecting, extracting, justifying, predicting, integrating, and presenting information.
Candidates will be required to include relevant original visuals that will enhance their answers.
Candidates will be expected to demonstrate understanding of a range of geographic perspectives and to use their geographic knowledge, skills, and understanding to support their answers.
Equipment to bring
Calculators are permitted.
Candidates should use coloured pencils in their diagrams/maps. Annotations on these diagrams/maps must be in pen. Any work done in pencil will not be eligible for reconsideration.
The links listed below are for resources to help teachers and students understand what is required for success in New Zealand Scholarship.
- Performance standards
- Outstanding Scholarship Exemplar (PDF, 20MB)
- Scholarship Exemplar (PDF, 13MB)
- Exam materials (question books, resource books, reports, schedules, etc)