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Fake Victorian Certificate of Education transcript

Fake Victorian Certificate of Education transcript
Victorian Certificate of Education transcript

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Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) is one of the oldest high school certificate programs in Australia, and is issued by the Victorian Curriculum Assessment Agency (VCAA) to graduates who complete Australian high school studies and meet the teaching requirements. Current students need at least two years to complete the VCE.

VCE students typically take four to six VCE subjects per year, such as English, mathematics, and information technology. These subjects are called learning subjects. Each school determines the range of subjects for its students.

A course of study is divided into four units, each of which is taught for half a year, i.e., one semester. Units 1 and 2 are equivalent to Grade 11 standards, and Units 3 and 4 are equivalent to Grade 12 standards. Units 1 and 2 are in parallel, and students can take either Unit 1 or Unit 2. But the third and fourth units of the curriculum must be studied coherently and completed in one year, usually studied in grade 12. Grades of Unit 1 and 2 are assessed by the school and do not need to be reported to VTAC; In addition to the assessment by the school, the results of the three and four modules also need to take an external examination, and the results need to be reported to VTAC. Taking the example of students choosing 6 subjects, a two-year VCE course requires 24 units of study.