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Assessing and Reporting Student Achievement

Assessing and Reporting Student Achievement

What assessment methods are used for the award or documentation issued to Year 10 students in each state or territory?
How is this assessment reported?
Who is the certifying authority at the completion of Year 10 in each state?
What is the award or documentation that is issued on completion of Year 10 by the certification body in each state or Territory?
What must students do to be eligible for the award or documentation issued on completion of Year 10 in each state or Territory?

What assessment methods are used for the award or documentation issued to Year 10 students in Queensland?

Queensland uses school-based assessment and follows policies developed by schooling authorities. Year 10 certificates may be generated by a school or school authority.

How is this assessment reported?

Student achievement is reported twice-yearly using a five-point scale (A–E or equivalent). Schools and school authorities determine the reporting frameworks that are used in schools.

Who is the certifying authority at the completion of Year 10 in Queensland?

Individual schools or school authorities may certify students at the completion of Year 10.

What must students do to be eligible for the award or documentation issued on completion of Year 10 in Queensland?

To be eligible for the award of a Year 10 certificate students are required to satisfactorily complete the course of study prescribed by each school in Year 10.

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