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#1 Posted : Tuesday, 24 December 2013 7:59:04 AM(UTC)
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How come "Students Enrolled in VCE" is about twice the number of Year 12 students?
Some parents asked the above question after checking VCE school rankings. Let me explain it.

The heading "Students Enrolled in VCE" means "Number of students enrolled in at least one VCE unit at level 3 - 4 in 2013" as mentioned in the text above the ranking table.

Here is the definition of "Number of students enrolled in at least one VCE unit at level 3 - 4 in 2013":
This figure reflects the size of the cohort undertaking studies at the highest level of VCE (units 3 and 4). It does not necessarily correspond to the size of the Year 12 enrolment in the school. Level 3-4 studies are designed to be undertaken in Year 12. However, the VCE provides flexibility that allows students to undertake some studies at this level before they reach Year 12.

It just simply means the sum of year 12 and year 11 students who do at least one VCE unit at level 3 - 4.

Edited by user Tuesday, 24 December 2013 9:28:31 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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