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An introduction to tertiary information for NZ students at years 12 and 13

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    • An Introduction to Tertiary Education
      Epsom Girls’ Grammar
      2011
      Career Education
    • WIIFM?
      What shall I do?
    • Key messages
      KEY MESSAGES
      Make decisions
      Research
      Talk to people
    • Tertiary Pathways Undergraduate
    • Tertiary Pathways Postgraduate
    • University Entrance
    • Rank Score
      Top 80 approved subject credits x
      2 for Achieved = 160 points
      3 for Merit = 240 points
      4 for Excellence = 320 points
    • University Rank Scores
      University of Auckland – 140-240
      Massey and Victoria – 120
      University of Otago – preferential entry
      Waikato University – UE level 3
    • Institutes of Technology
      Have different entry levels:
      Certificate
      Diploma
      Degree
    • Different styles of learning
    • Sample Degree Structure
    • Academic Year
    • Funding your study
    • Some advice…
      “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” – Chey Heka
      “I wish I knew more about what rank score was.. I used to think there was only credits so I always thought that so long as I get achieved in something it was ok because you still get the same amount of credits.. but with rank score its important to get merits and excellences to get a higher UE..” – Nicola Arbuckle
    • Some more advice…
      “I think that its important to stress things like the whole Table A/Table B setup, and university approved subjects. I thought I was completely fine... and that I already had my rank score going into externals, but then I realised that one of my subjects, performance music, wasn't university approved, so I did actually have to do well in externals :)” – Hannah Reid
    • More Advice…
      “I wasn't familiar with the approved standards, not only the subjects but also particular standards. At Auckland Uni some standards are not considered approved depending on the subject you are doing... it creates quite a lot of hassle especially while you are the enrolment stage, the best thing would be to check your standards with NCEA as you go. Talk to Mr Nowell, Mrs Greenstreet or your subject teachers to make sure you will get the required rank score before you sit the NCEA exams in December :) – Maya Mujtaba
    • Getting Sorted
      ASK for help
      Use dreamcatcher
      Attend open days / Period X talks
      Research on the net / prospectus
      Talk to current students/employers
      Work hard on achieving UE / Rank Score
      Start saving money
      Pick the right subjects
      Have a Plan B, C, D 
    • Develop your Career Plan now
      I really must get all the information I can….