Intermediate Certificate (Australia)

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The Intermediate Certificate was a certificate awarded in Australia for the successful completion of three years of high school.[1] This was at around age 14-15, in what was then called Third Form and is called Year 9 today. From 1943 until 2009, students in New South Wales were able to leave school at 15.[2] A student who wanted to enter university needed a Leaving Certificate, for the completion of another two years.[1] Both were based on external examinations. The Intermediate Certificate was abolished in 1965, being replaced by the Fourth Form (now Year 10) School Certificate.[3]

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References

  1. ^ a b McCreadie, Marion. "The Evolution of Education in Australia". Retrieved 8 February 2009. 
  2. ^ "Education Amendment Bill 2009 - 27 March 2009 - 2R - NSW Parliament". Retrieved 27 September 2009. 
  3. ^ Barcan, Alan. Sociological Theory and Educational Reality. Retrieved 8 February 2009. 
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