Digital Pilot Examinations - Information for Candidates

How do I view my marked digital examination?

Candidates who sat the NCEA English, Media Studies and Classical Studies Digital Pilot examinations will be able to view their digital scripts from Thursday, 24 January 2019 until Thursday, 23 May 2019.

To view your responses, click on the subject below and enter the username and password you were given to log in to the digital examination.

English level 1

Media Studies level 1

Classical Studies level 1

English level 2

Media Studies level 2

Classical Studies level 2

English level 3

Media Studies level 3

Classical Studies level 3

If you have forgotten your username or password, please call 0800 222 230.

In some cases, if you partially completed a standard both digitally and in the paper booklet, the digital response will not be available to view and you will receive your paper booklet in the post, along with a print-out of your partial digital response.

Once you have logged into the digital examination, you will be directed to a homepage.  From this home page you can access all standards that are available to view.  When you are viewing a standard, you need to return to the home page to access additional standards.  For standards with multiple questions, navigate between the questions using the page numbers at the top of the screen.  Your total grade score can be found at the top of the right-hand panel and each individual question grade score below it.  If you cannot scroll through your entire response, adjust the resolution of your screen until the scroll bar appears.

If your result appears to be different to what is displayed on your digital script, this may be because a derived grade had been applied to your work. Under the derived grade process, the better of the two marks is that one that is awarded.

Digital Reviews and Reconsiderations

All reviews and reconsiderations must be received by 15 February 2018.

 

What if I answered the entire assessment digitally?

For Digital Pilot standards that were answered entirely online, no reviews will be available. If you apply for a reconsideration there is no need to send a copy of your assessment with your application.

 

What if I answered digitally and in the paper booklet?

In some cases, candidates answered an assessment both digitally and on paper. In these cases, your digital script has been printed and matched with your booklet. These will be posted back to you.

If you are applying for a review or reconsideration you will need to send these in with your application.

 

Please refer to Reviews and Reconsiderations for further information.

 

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