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Often, past papers can be the best source of that excellence-worthy content. While NCEA can be a bit of a mess sometimes, the best way to figure out what the examiner is looking for is to .
Once you’ve looked at the excellence sections of the assessment schedules for each past paper you complete, which is designed to help you master those excellence questions and chase that endorsement.
The best way to use this planner is to go through a few past papers, and write down common excellence level knowledge that you need to have, as well as specific terminology, common concepts, and things that you need to remember. Basically, this planner becomes a cheat sheet for your exams, and you can use it to keep track of everything you need to work on to get excellence.
Now that you know exactly how to use past papers, and they’re no longer a weird mystery in the back pages of the NZQA website, you’ll be able to study way more effectively, and hopefully have more time to relax once you’re done.