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Support a young person who missed NCEA credits

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How to help if someone doesn't get the NCEA results they want.


Missed NCEA credits? What to do now

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Steps you can take if you didn't get the NCEA results you need.


How to get your NCEA results quickly on the day

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Make sure you can see your NCEA record on results day


Support your young person to prepare for NCEA exams

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Continuing our Q & A series - answering questions from parents about their children's work and learning choices.


Choices if a school has limited subjects

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Discover how to access the subjects needed for your young person’s future career if their school doesn’t offer the right ones.


How to ask for a pay rise

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The best way to ask for more money and why this is important for women.


Negotiate your pay before you take a job

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How to discuss your pay offer and why this is important for women.


How to choose school subjects when you're unsure about your career plans

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Keep your future job options open at school.


How to pick NCEA subjects for future success

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Help your young person choose the best NCEA subjects.


Four ways volunteering can advance your career

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Find out how volunteering can help you get work.