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MRGS NCEA Results 2016
MRGS NCEA Results: Continued Powerful Learning
Once again Mount Roskill students demonstrated their powerful learning in the NCEA examinations. Some details and graphs are given below:-
- Pass rate for Level 1 was 83%
- Pass rate for Level 2 at 80% and shows a steady increase on previous years to record the best ever results at MRGS
- Pass rate for Level 3 at 64% is the best ever and is matching national trends
- The percentage of year 13 students gaining at least level 2 is now 93%
- Level 1 Numeracy and Numeracy achievement rates remain over 95%.
- Excellence and Merit endorsement achievement rates are very good. The number of excellence endorsements at level 2 are the highest ever with an increase of 50% on the number awarded compared to last year.
- There is a sustained trend of improvement in Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 pass rates.
- Maori and Pasifika students showed significant gains in Level 3 and University Entrance.
- Endorsement rates at all levels continue at high levels.
MRGS Excellence Endorsements 2016
Once again the school achieved high numbers of Excellence endorsements and continued the outstanding achievement across a range of subjects that the endorsements represent. A student’s NCEA will be endorsed with Excellence if they gain 50 credits at Excellence. This year a total of 189 MRGS students achieved at this highest level across NCEA 1, 2 and 3. In addition another 303 students had their NCEA endorsed with Merit after achieving at least 50 credits at this level. These results once again attest to the committed, resilient and engaged learning within our student community. These young men and women will be celebrated at our forthcoming Excellence Awards Evening in the school hall on March 9th.
Graph gives the Level 2 Excellence Endorsements in comparison with National figures
NS Scholarship Examination Successes
Our school’s record of achievement in the premier national examination continued with students gaining 50 scholarships. Three students, Jamie Wu, Helen Wang and Aishwarya Kochhar will receive New Zealand Outstanding Scholar Awards. Scholarships were gained across 12 different subjects with 10 scholarships and 2 outstanding scholarships achieved in Accounting. In addition students achieved one outstanding and seven scholarships in Chemistry plus seven scholarships in Physical Education and six in Statistics. There were also 33 students who gained at least one scholarship and 4 students gained 3 or more scholarships.