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WACE requirements and certification
The Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) is awarded to senior secondary school students who satisfy its requirements. It is a senior secondary certificate recognised nationally in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Generally, students will complete two years of senior secondary study to achieve the WACE, although the School Curriculum and Standards Authority allows students to meet the WACE requirements over a lifetime.
The WACE is recognised by universities, industry and other training providers.
Achievement of a WACE signifies that a student has successfully met the breadth and depth standard, the achievement standard and English language competence requirements in their senior secondary schooling.
The WACE requirements for students graduating in 2012 are different to the previous two years.
|(9977 Kb)||The WACE - your guide to the Western Australian Certificate of Education, statement of results and course report, 2012 (uploaded prior to 21/12/12)|
|(1000 Kb)||The WA Certificate of Education for students entering Year 11 in 2013 (uploaded prior to 21/12/12)|
Last Updated: 19/12/2012 13:45