Higher School Certificate (New South Wales) Secondary school credential in New South Wales, Australia
Higher School Certificate ( HSC) is the credential awarded to secondary school students who successfully complete senior high school level studies in New South Wales, Australia. It was first introduced in 1967, with the last major revision coming into effect in 2019. It is currently developed and managed by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).
Coping with HSC burnout in the final stretch What is often not talked about is the very end of the HSC exam block. You may only have one exam left but the motivation is completely gone. Now what? The Age - Published 3 weeks ago
Typewriters and sheep husbandry: How the HSC has changed in its 53 years The format of those earliest HSC papers was almost identical to that used today - but it's now a much bigger operation. The Age - Published 3 weeks ago
HSC failing NSW's brightest students The HSC does not recognise the brightest young minds of NSW. Not because it forgets to measure intelligence, but because it forgets what intelligence is. The Age - Published on October 27, 2019
Sweeping changes to HSC and syllabus proposed by government review The first curriuclum review in 30 years has proposed major changes to the HSC, a back-to-basics focus in primary and restructuring the syllabus around age not stage The Age - Published on October 21, 2019 ATAR has failed students, universities and business, so let's replace it by 2025 A forrmer NSW education minister argues for a better way to assess HSC candidates competing for a place at university. The Age - Published on October 16, 2019
HSC calculator changes will disadvantage NSW students, teachers say A decision to ban two popular calculators from being used in the HSC will put NSW students at a disadvantage, teachers say. The Age - Published on August 13, 2019
Angel's HSC dance remembers a beautiful girl killed by a brutal regime Angel Cerqueira's HSC dance composition will remember her aunt, who died at the hands of military officers in Brazil. The Age - Published on August 11, 2019 You Might Like