Accuracy of Reported Grades

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Accuracy of Reported Grades

Once internal moderation has been carried out on your assessed work, grades will be released. Your teacher will go through the assessment results with you and can answer any queries you have. The results will be published on KAMAR and will be visible on parent portal instantly. Results are sent to NZQA once every two weeks and will appear on your NZQA learner login after this time.

Teachers may ask you to sign off your grade to ensure it has been entered accurately; this may happen at the time the grades are returned, at the end of a term or at the end of the year. Tutors will also regularly check your results with you through stocktakes and learning dialogues.

It is recommended that students keep a record of all results and regularly check the accuracy of grades on your NZQA learner login. If you find any errors please speak to your subject teacher immediately and let your tutor know.

NZQA has produced an app to help you plan your NCEA study programme, set goals and track your progress. There are plenty of other apps available; you could also use a google doc or a page in the back of your diary.