HSC Raw Marks Database is a community driven initiative to collate raw marks from students who have completed their NSW Higher School Certificate examinations. This database contains raw marks dating back to 2001 during a period where the only means of obtaining a student’s raw marks was by lodging a Freedom of Information request to the then NSW Board of Studies (now NESA). This was typically met with rejection. Today’s HSC students are able to obtain their raw marks because of the efforts of past students who challenged such decisions and brought transparency to the HSC moderation and alignment processes.

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