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Topic # 95757 12-Jan-2012 11:15
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How did everyone do with their NCEA results?

I passed L3 with A, and got me UE so I'm going to uni baby :D thats all my requirements were.
Failed a few externals but not very important ones, passed equally as much though.

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  Reply # 567815 12-Jan-2012 11:32
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I passed L666 with A+ that got me FA

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  Reply # 567832 12-Jan-2012 12:01
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johnr: I passed L666 with A+ that got me FA


ROTFLMAO

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  Reply # 568126 12-Jan-2012 21:31
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I passes level 3, got ue. Passed all my papers I sat. And I've received a national certificate in computing at levels 2 and one at level 3. As well as a national certificate in mathematics at level 1 an another at level 2. And a national certificate in science. So I'm pretty pleased. Confirmation of study for vic will be processed overnight :D

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