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2016 results confirmed: NCEA passes up, UE down

Final NCEA results for 2016 have revealed a jump in achievement for Māori and Pasifika students, most notably at level two.

At year 12 (NCEA level two), 76.9 per cent of Māori students passed along with 79.5 per cent of Pasifika students.

Confirmed results are:

Year 11 NCEA level one: 75.5 per cent, up from 74.4 per cent in 2016

Year 12 NCEA level two: 78.4 per cent, up from 76.4 per cent in 2015

Year 13 NCEA level three: 64.5 per cent, up from 62.7 per cent the previous year

University Entrance passes are at 49.2 per cent, down from 61 per cent

About Anna Clements

Anna Clements is the School News print and digital editor. She has a background in journalism spanning 25 years across newspapers, magazines and television, and spent six years working as an editorial advisor to a group of ECE centres.

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