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Killexams : Could you answer last year's NCEA exam questions?


A new mandatory NCEA literacy and numeracy test could be too tough for some pupils. Secondary school students will have to pass the new requirement to get any level of NCEA from 2023. (Video first published in December 2020)

NCEA examinations are just weeks away, with thousands of secondary school students expected to sit the tests when they kick off on November 7.

Recent changes to our national qualification framework have sparked controversy. New literacy and numeracy standards set to be introduced in 2024 have been criticised for being too difficult, and moves to digitise exams and assessments have received mixed reviews from students and educators.

Mathematics exams have proven particularly curly in the past – tricky questions have been the subject of a string of complaints since 2017.

Would you be able to ace last year’s exams? Test your knowledge on these 2021 NCEA exam questions.

* 14 NCEA subjects to offer digital exams in 2019
* How hard was that NCEA Level 1 Maths exam?
* NZQA to discuss maths exam that left students in tears after teachers' open letter
* Parents 'frustrated as hell' after tough NCEA maths exam jolts kids' confidence

Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics – Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems

Ben has been painting some straight lines on the field for his rugby team to do some training exercises.

The total length of all the painted lines shown in the diagram below is 20 metres.

If the shaded area is 14m², find the possible values of x.

Level 1 Physics – Demonstrate understanding of aspects of wave behaviour

Water is poured into a cup, and a coin appears, as shown below.


An image from a Level 1 physics exam.

Explain why you cannot see the coin in the cup with no water, but when water is poured into the cup, the coin suddenly appears.

Use a ray diagram to help explain your answer.

Level 2 Biology – Demonstrate understanding of life processes at the cellular level

A) Photosynthesis occurs in the leaves of plants. Describe the process of photosynthesis.

B) Water is an important requirement for the process of photosynthesis. Explain how water enters a plant AND how it is used in the light-dependent reaction.

Level 2 Economics – Analyse inflation using economic concepts and models

In 2020, New Zealand’s inflation rate was 1.4%. Despite this relatively low inflation rate, the price of some goods and services increased significantly. For example, the overall price of fresh fruit and vegetables increased by 8.9%.

A) Explain why not all households will be equally affected by an 8.9% increase in the overall price of fresh fruit and vegetables.

B) Explain one reason why the 2020 inflation rate of 1.4% was less than the 8.9% increase in the overall price of fresh fruit and vegetables.

Level 3 Chemistry – Demonstrate understanding of thermochemical principles and the properties of particles and substances

Explain the difference in the atomic radii of calcium and selenium.

Level 3 Calculus – Apply integration methods in solving problems

A water tank developed a leak.

6 hours after the tank started to leak, the volume of water in the tank was 400 litres.

10 hours after the tank started to leak, the volume of water in the tank was 256 litres.

The rate at which the water leaks out of the tank at any instant is proportional to the square root of the volume of the water in the tank at that instant.

How much water was in the tank at the instant it started to leak?

You must use calculus and show the results of any integration needed to solve the problem.

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Killexams : Are you smarter than a Year 12 student? Try these HSC exam questions </head> <body id="readabilityBody" readability="27.956867196368"> <h3>Newscorp Australia are trialling new security software on our mastheads. If you receive "Potential automated action detected!" please try these steps first:</h3> <ol type="1"> <li>Temporarily disable any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Add this site in to the allowed list for any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Ensure your browser supports JavaScript (this can be done via accessing <a href="" target="_blank"></a> in your browser)</li> <li>Ensure you are using the latest version of your web browser</li> </ol> <p>If you need to be unblocked please e-mail us at and provide the IP address and reference number shown here along with why you require access. News Corp Australia.</p><p>Your IP address is: | Your reference number is: 0.87382f17.1666057223.3cb4b12</p> </body> </description> <pubDate>Mon, 10 Oct 2022 15:44:00 -0500</pubDate> <dc:format>text/html</dc:format> <dc:identifier></dc:identifier> </item> <item> <title>Killexams : White House releases ‘AI Bill of Rights’ blueprint

The White House is urging technology companies to develop artificial intelligence (AI) systems with options for users to opt out of using them and with discrimination protections in mind, according to a blueprint for an &amp;#8220;AI Bill of Rights” the administration released Tuesday. 

The blueprint lays out five core protections the administration said Americans should be entitled to as companies increasingly use automated technologies that impact Americans’ daily lives.&amp;nbsp;

The AI Bill of Rights includes nonbinding proposals without enforcement mechanisms tied to them, though, meaning it lays out a framework for companies to choose to adopt or ignore.

One of the core principles states that users are entitled to alternative options to AI systems, including ones allowing them to opt out “where appropriate” and have a human alternative. The administration’s plan says that in some cases, a human or other alternative “may be required by law.”&amp;nbsp;

Reliance on automated systems for processes such as content moderation online has been a controversial topic, with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle slamming companies over how they choose to remove or keep content online. Republicans have criticized companies for taking too much content down, whereas Democrats have criticized them for not taking a tough enough stance against hate speech or misinformation online.&amp;nbsp;

But relying more heavily on humans for moderating content would be more expensive for companies than automated alternatives.&amp;nbsp;

Another principle laid out in the blueprint calls for algorithmic discrimination protections.

“You should not face discrimination by algorithms and systems should be used and designed in an equitable way,” the blueprint states.&amp;nbsp;

The plan calls for designers, developers and deployers of automated systems to take “proactive and continuous measures” to protect individuals and communities from algorithmic discrimination.&amp;nbsp;

Other principles the AI Bill of Rights blueprint laid out are a push for safe and effective systems, a focus on built-in data privacy protections and the inclusion of a notice and explanation about the automated systems being used and how they contribute to users.&amp;nbsp;

“Automated technologies are driving remarkable innovations and shaping important decisions that impact people’s rights, opportunities, and access. The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights is for everyone who interacts daily with these powerful technologies — and every person whose life has been altered by unaccountable algorithms,” Alondra Nelson, the deputy director for science and society at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Deputy.

“The practices laid out in the Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights aren’t just aspirational; they are achievable and urgently necessary to build technologies and a society that works for all of us,” Nelson added.&amp;nbsp;

The blueprint was released as Congress mulls legislative options to force tech companies to be more transparent about their policies and practices.&amp;nbsp;

There has been a push in Congress to require companies to disclose more information about their algorithms, as well as to pass a comprehensive federal data privacy bill.

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Killexams : Blueprint Prep Partners with the MV3 Foundation to Eliminate Barriers for Black Students Pursuing Careers in Health and Biomedical Science

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LOS ANGELES, Oct 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Blueprint Prep, a premier education company specializing in support for lifelong professional advancement and test preparation, announces a new partnership with the MV3 Foundation. The partnership with MV3, a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization devoted to building and empowering a community of Black undergraduate scholars pursuing careers in health and biomedical science, will help address key financial barriers for college students applying to graduate programs in health science fields.

Data demonstrates that a more diverse healthcare workforce enhances innovation in research and biomedical science, reduces healthcare expenditures and improves health outcomes. Despite Black people making up 13% of the U.S. population, only 5% of the country's doctors are Black. Moreover, Black students comprise less than 10% of STEM degrees across bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels in the US. Within higher education, the cost to prepare for the health professions, lack of appropriate mentorship, and lack of exposure to health-related fields have all been shown to contribute to attrition rates of students of color into health-related careers.

"The MV3 community is very excited to have Blueprint Prep join us in addressing some of the major barriers to entry that lead to the nation's critical shortage of Black students and professionals in the health and biomedical science fields," said Ashley Kyalwazi, Founder and CEO of the MV3 Foundation, and MD/MPP Candidate at Harvard Medical School. "This important partnership will open up greater opportunities for MV3 Scholars across the country and allow us to continue empowering the next generation of scientists and problem-solvers."

Support from Blueprint Prep will enable the MV3 Foundation to provide free medical exam preparation for all eligible MV3 Scholars during the 2022-2023 academic year. Additionally, a number of scholarships for MCAT test prep will also be raffled off throughout the year on MV3's Instagram (@mv3foundation_) and Twitter (@mv3foundation) accounts. Finally, Blueprint Prep will provide free U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) study tools for all volunteer MV3 graduate students who devote time and energy to supporting MV3 Scholars across the country-- representing a core commitment to supporting the professional development of the entire MV3 student network, one that involves over 10 different graduate degree programs across the United States.

"We're honored to partner with the MV3 Foundation to create more equitable entry points for minority groups to pursue careers in the health and biomedical science fields," said Matt Riley, Co-founder and CEO of Blueprint Prep. "Our work together reflects Blueprint Prep's ongoing commitment to supporting students of color at various stages in and throughout their careers by providing lifelong professional prep."

MV3 is committed to advancing health equity by investing in the next generation of Black health and biomedical science professionals who are equipped to both advocate for, and serve, communities of color. Their national community continues to welcome partners in this important work, and is proud of the many young scholars who will be positive agents of change throughout their careers.

"I'm elated to receive access to Blueprint Prep's exam study tools," said Donovan Butler, an MV3 Scholar and current junior at Rice University. "I'll be using them to study for the MCAT test that's required for medical school applications and I'm confident they'll help me walk into the exam feeling adequately prepared."

To learn more about MV3's work and how to get involved as a donor, partner or sponsor, visit the MV3 website.

To learn more about the lifelong test and career support Blueprint Prep offers medical students and professionals, visit Blueprint Prep's website.

About the MV3 Foundation
Founded in 2020, the MV3 Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that invests in the academic and professional development of Black undergraduate students in the U.S. pursuing careers in health and/or biomedical science. In this way, they seek to be a catalyst for the mobilization of their scholars' voices, inspiring and empowering them to positively impact their communities through MV3's 3 Pillars: Education, Service, and Advocacy.

About Blueprint Prep
Founded in 2005, Blueprint Prep is the leading platform for high-stakes test prep in the U.S., offering live and self-paced online courses, private tutoring, self-study materials, and application consulting services for pre-law, pre-med, and medical school students, as well as Qbanks, tutoring, and live study groups for residents, practicing physicians, PAs and NPs via its exact acquisitions of Rosh Review and Sarah Michelle NP Reviews. Blueprint Prep leverages a unique approach that combines engaging video lectures, unparalleled expertise in content creation, the latest adaptive learning technology, and personalized study planning tools. Blueprint Prep has produced unrivaled results, including industry-leading score increases for its pre-law and pre-med students taking the LSAT and MCAT.

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Killexams : High school student becomes first ever to earn maximum score on AP calculus exam

MISHAWAKA, Ind. (WNDU/Gray News) - A high school student in Indiana has reportedly done something that no other student has done before.

WNDU reports that Felix Zhang, a Penn High School student, scored every point possible on the AP Calculus AB exam.

While some of the questions were multiple choice on the advanced placement test, Zhang said he never had to guess. But he did change one answer while double-checking his work.

“It was pretty surprising. I wasn’t really expecting anything, but obviously, I wanted to do well. I prepared a lot but never thought about getting a perfect score. That was a nice surprise,” he said.

According to Penn High School, Zhang accomplished the maximum score on each portion of the exam, scoring 108 out of 108 and becoming the first to not miss any problems on the exam.

Zhang said his parents are math teachers at the university level. His mom is at Indiana University South Bend, while his dad is at the University of Notre Dame.

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Killexams : An INK-redible way to cheat! Spanish law student etched answers to exam questions onto his pens

An INK-redible way to cheat! Spanish law student etched answers to exam questions onto his pens

  • University of Malaga revealed the pens confiscated during a law exam
  • The student had etched answers to the Criminal Procedural Law exam on biros 
  • The ruse was exposed and the pens were seized but many praised the audacity 

A mischievous Spanish law student went to extreme lengths to cheat on his exams by etching answers on to his pens, his teacher has revealed.

Yolanda de Lucchi, a professor at the University of Malaga, showed the pens she and her colleagues confiscated during the test.

She displayed the 11 pens, each with tiny writing etched across the plastic body of the blue biros, in a post on Twitter.

A mischievous Spanish law student went to extreme lengths to cheat on his exams by etching answers on to his pens, his teacher has revealed

Ms De Lucchi said the pens were confiscated during an exam on Criminal Procedural Law.

The crafty student was exposed a number of years back but the teacher rediscovered the offending items while cleaning out her drawer.

She posted on Twitter: 'The criminal procedural law in BIC pens. What art!

'Cheat sheets aren't like they used to be.' 

A close-up of the pens shows the incredible detail of the ruse, with tiny letters filling every available space.

One Twitter user who replied to the teacher claimed to be a friend of the cheating student.

The crafty student was exposed a number of years back but the teacher rediscovered the offending items while cleaning out her drawer

Gonzo said: 'Hello Yolanda. I know the author of that wonderful work perfectly. In fact, he has authorized me, ignoring his name, logically, to show you some more that he still keeps at home. 

'The technique used by the artist, as he himself tells me, was to replace the graphite lead of a mechanical pencil with a needle, which made it super easy for him to etch the pen.'

Gonzo then showed off a number of photos of the biros modified over the years.

De Lucchi said: 'That could not happen today.

'Now students would not make an effort to have such a detailed cheat sheet for an exam. 

'They live at the click of a button, by what happens instantly; that is impossible to see today.'

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Killexams : There’s already a blueprint for helping migrants. Let’s invest in it.

Not surprisingly, many people are unable to navigate this complex system that involves multiple government agencies and requires knowledge of what forms to file with what agency. It’s a system so complicated, immigration attorneys usually specialize in sub-categories of immigration law, unable to have expertise in all areas. This complexity can lead to someone ending — and end up losing — an otherwise winnable case.

The federal government should create an integration and support system for exact arrivals while they wait for their cases to wind through immigration courts. This system could be based not only on historical examples, such as the Cuban Refugee Program of the 1960s, but on current networks of nonprofit organizations, legal service providers, religious entities, and others that have been welcoming migrants along the US border for years.

Thankfully, the government does not have to start from scratch. National organizations have been proposing a framework of service provision and case management to the federal government for years. The goal is to provide wraparound social services to migrants, respecting individual needs while also removing the pressure on individual cities and states to provide these resources.

Evidence, as well as common sense, tells us that stable access to housing, navigation of public schools, language classes, mental health services, transportation, and employment not only benefit people who have migrated, but are critical to ensuring that those individuals are able to navigate and cooperate with our legal system.

Organizations with track records of providing these exact services already exist. Currently, many are at the forefront of serving refugees resettling here from war-torn countries such as Ukraine and Afghanistan. But they can’t expand without Congressional authorization and appropriation of funds.

Last year, the American Immigration Council and the Women’s Refugee Commission surveyed over 300 community support providers around the country. We found that most organizations already provide some services included in case management and could expand them if they were only provided additional federal support.

The development of a permanent structure to provide case management — mental health services, trafficking screening, legal orientation programs, cultural orientation programs, connection to social services, and departure planning and reintegration services — for individuals arriving in our country is within reach. Congress has already authorized a pilot program intended to provide a proof of concept that these programs can and do work in both supporting immigrants in surviving and thriving in our communities while also complying with the requirements of our legal immigration system. People who have fled indescribable conditions — from torture in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to persecution of political dissidents in Nicaragua — and have come to seek safety in our country should be welcomed and supported. The federal government has a proposal before it. It is only lacking the political will.

The results of our survey of community support providers around the country underscored that a strong footprint and willingness of community-based service capacity exists. With this national network and consistent, appropriate funding from the federal government, community-based organizations are prepared to take on the needs of migrants that have become political pawns for cynical politicians. Community-based organizations supported by the federal government are the sustainable solution so many seek.

The people of Martha’s Vineyard stepped in and welcomed the people who were flown there without preparation or prior knowledge of their arrival. However, a national system with federal funding should have been in place so they did not have to rely on volunteers and the kindness of strangers.

Rebekah Wolf is policy counsel with the American Immigration Council.

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Killexams : White House releases its 'blueprint' for an AI Bill of Rights

The White House is gearing up to combat rogue artificial intelligence systems with its newly unveiled "blueprint" for its AI Bill of Rights.

The Biden Administration revealed on Tuesday its Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights, a document that is designed to be the guidelines for the development of artificial intelligence systems and any other automated systems.

The AI Bill of Rights is designed to protect the American public from AI systems violating the American public's rights, and according to the White House press release, the AI Bill of Rights will focus on five principles: Safe and Effective Systems, Algorithmic Discrimination Protections, Data Privacy, Notice and Explanation, and Human Alternatives, Consideration, and Fallback.


"Simply put, systems should work, they shouldn't discriminate, they shouldn't use data indiscriminately. They should be visible and easy to understand, and they shouldn't eliminate human interlocutors," wrote AI Bill of Rights co-author Suresh Venkatasubramanian, in a tweet thread on Tuesday.

"There were thousands of edits and comments that made the document strong, rich, and detailed. The AI Bill of Rights reflects, as befits the title, a consensus, broad, and deep American vision of how to govern the automated technologies that impact our lives," added Venkatasubramanian.

"Automated technologies are driving remarkable innovations and shaping important decisions that impact people's rights, opportunities, and access. The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights is for everyone who interacts daily with these powerful technologies - and every person whose life has been altered by unaccountable algorithms.

The practices laid out in the Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights aren't just aspirational; they are achievable and urgently necessary to build technologies and a society that works for all of us," said Office of Science and Technology Policy Deputy Director for Science and Society Dr. Alondra Nelson.

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