More students have received an OP1 in 2016.The anxious wait will soon be over for Year 12 graduates, with the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority due to release final results and OPs online on Saturday.
This year, 93 per cent of the 51,613 Year 12 students achieved a Queensland Certificate of Education.
This was an increase of 18 per cent since the qualification was introduced in 2008, and a 1 per cent increase on 2015.
And 740 students will receive an OP1 – nine more than last year.
Education Minister Kate Jones said 2016 had been a year of record achievements in senior secondary schools.
“I congratulate the class of 2016 on its success and thank Queensland’s dedicated teachers for supporting students every day in the classroom,” Ms Jones said.
Ms Jones said there were many options available to students who did not get the results they were hoping for.
“Students who are disappointed can upgrade their results, seek an alternative entry route to university or access a training program to develop their skills,” she said.
QCAA chief executive officer Chris Rider said certificates of academic commendation would be sent to 908 students who received very high achievement in at least 24 semesters of Authority subjects – the equivalent of six VHAs.
Students can access their Year 12 results from 9am on Saturday, December 17 using their Learner Unique Identifier and password at https://studentconnect.qcaa.qld.edu419论坛
Certificates will arrive in the mail from early next week.
Year 12 score card:93 per cent of Year 12 students achieved a QCE – 1 per cent higher than at certification last year51,613 students will receive a Senior Education Profile – 591 more than last year48,055 students will receive a Queensland Certificate of Education – 1134 more than last year26,302 students will receive a Tertiary Entrance Statement (showing their OP) – 130 fewer than last year740 students will receive an OP1 – nine more than last year21,403 students will receive an OP between 1 and 15 – 336 more than last year28,639 achieved a VET Certificate I, II, III or IV qualification – 2315 fewer than last year1657 students studied a university subject while still at school – 68 more than last year877 students with learning impairments were awarded a Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement – 134 more than last year
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