Higher School Certificate students: self-tuition entry requirements and HSC examinations
Last Updated: 3 May 2018
Candidates contemplating self-tuition study should obtain entry forms from the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA). It is a requirement that these candidates complete the HSC: All My Own Work program. It is the responsibility of these candidates to complete entry forms correctly and ensure their return to NESA on or before the closing date. Candidates studying by self-tuition are personally responsible for obtaining copies of syllabuses, support materials, texts and other references relevant to their chosen studies.
It is the responsibility of candidates studying by self-tuition to ensure that they access an HSC Examination Timetable. These may be downloaded from the NESA website. No allowance will be made for candidates who do not attend an examination session because they have misread the timetable. In addition, as there is no assessment mark available, candidates studying by self-tuition cannot submit an illness/misadventure appeal. During their HSC examination, candidates studying by self-tuition are subject to the rules of the school or college where the examination centre has been established.
A candidate studying by self-tuition who is not resident in New South Wales for a period of 12 months immediately prior to presentation for the Higher School Certificate examination(s) may be required to pay examination fees.