Students who write Mathematics 3200 will automatically have a Math Scholarship Score 3203 placed on their transcripts. This ensures that the overall provincial scholarship score calculated from Mathematics 3200 and Mathematics 3201 is consistent for both courses. The student's Math Scholarship Score 3203 is based on a scale derived from the 3200 students' examination result. It has no credit value and it will be used in the calculation of the overall provincial scholarship score for graduating students. The higher of the two grades reflected on a student's transcript for Mathematics Scholarship Score 3203 or Mathematics 3200 will also be used by Memorial University to satisfy the grade 12 Mathematics subject area requirement and calculate the student's entrance average.
If a student is not satisfied with the mark they have received in any public exam course, they may request a re-read. There is a non-refundable fee for this of $10. The higher of the two marks will be used to determine the final mark. The deadline for requesting a re-read (when available) will be contained on the published application for re-read.
Students who have had their June exams deferred or who wish to improve their marks can write supplementary exams in early August. Some courses may also be eligible for a supplementary exam in November. Students can also request a re-read of the supplementary exam within the timelines published on the application for re-read. The highest of all marks is the one used to determine the final mark.
Please fax completed registration forms to 729-0611 or mail to address below:
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
High School Certification
P.O. Box 8700
St. John's, NL
Public exams are written in June of each year in the following Level III courses:
Exams are marked by an independent marking board made up of teachers. The final mark in each of these courses is 50 per cent school mark, and 50 per cent exam marks.
Some schools offer summer school which may include public exams courses.
The Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation (CDLI) provides review material and online tutoring services that can assist students with their preparation for writing provincial public examinations. Please visit the following links:
Past public exams and other resources are available at http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/k12/evaluation/resources.html
Students who require accommodations are able to use adaptations which fall under Adaptations/Accommodations Policy PDF (185 KB) outlined by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Schools submit the application (285 KB), or the application for ESL support (207 KB) on behalf of the student, to their school district.
Les élèves qui ont besoin d'accommodements peuvent utiliser les adaptations qui sont inclus dans le document Adaptations/Accommodations Policy (119 KB) présenté par le ministère de l'éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance. Le formulaire application (137 KB) doit être soumis par l'école pour chaque élève au Conseil scolaire francophone provincial.
Students who are not currently attending high school (private candidates) must register with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development in order to write public exams. The private candidate registration form can be found above.
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