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Australia Class of 2017 wake to HSC results

00:07  14 december  2017
00:07  14 december  2017 Source:   msn.com

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As the state's graduating high school class of 2017 nervously await their HSC results released on Thursday, the New South Wales Education Standards Authority has released the list of students to top a course. ' Wake -up call': One in four boys falling short of NAPLAN minimum standard.

Five weeks since pens were put down on the final HSC exam the results are in - with the state's class of 2017 reaching unprecedented highs and toppling records set by previous years. Students across NSW woke to receive their results by SMS, email and online from 6am on Thursday.

It is said students will be able to sit online literacy and numeracy tests up to twice a year in Years 10-12 and up to five years after graduation to meet HSC standards. © Seven News It is said students will be able to sit online literacy and numeracy tests up to twice a year in Years 10-12 and up to five years after graduation to meet HSC standards.

The wait is over for 77,000 Year 12 students across NSW who have woken to receive their HSC results.

In what is the 50th year for the Higher School Certificate, results were released at 6am on Thursday by SMS, email and online.

On Wednesday, 120 of the state's top-performing students were congratulated by the NSW Premier for coming first out of 114 HSC courses.

Among them was Year 11 Accelerant student John Bivell from Fort Street High in Sydney's inner-west, and Serena Gao from Smith's High School in Wollongong.

"I'm really happy to be able to inspire other girls to pursue the course and show that, yes, girls can do computers and be good at it," Serena told AAP.

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