中學 Study in Secondary School

考試局網關於 GCSE

新高中課程﹝只備中文版本﹞ New Senior Secondary Curriculum (Chinese version only)
https://cd.edb.gov.hk/334info/ppt/info/tc/NSS%20curriculum%20overview_C(revised).ppt#258,2, 投影片 2

現時:會考 / 高考
會考 : 7 - 9
高考 : 4 - 5
大多數學生修讀 6 - 7/8 科 ( 中四 )
可從不同學習領域選擇 2-3 個選修科
會考 / 高考
平均有 20 % 的內容改變 ( 通識教育科除外 )

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教育局於 2005 年公布三年制高中學制將於 2009 年 9 月在中四級實施。在新學制下,所有學生將可完成三年初中及三年高中教育。 2006 年 9 月就讀中一的學生,將會在完成六年中學教育後, 於 2012 年應考首屆香港中學文憑考試。

預期大部分日校考生將報考香港中學文憑的四個核心科目 ( 中國語文、英國語文、數學及通識教育 ) 及兩至三個選修科目。香港中學文憑考試採用水平參照模式匯報評核結果。水平參照乃根據一套預設的能力等級來匯報考生所達到的水平。各能力等級將附有等級描述,以說明有關等級的典型考生所能做到的表現。考生所得的成績,能反映其知識及技能,且不會受其他考生的表現影響。這匯報模式亦可讓持份者清晰了解取得某個等級的考生所能達到的知識和能力水平。香港中學文憑的成績匯報共分五個等級 (1-5) ,第 5 級為最高等級。在考獲第 5 級的考生中,表現最優異的,其成績將以「 ** 」標示,隨後表現較佳的則以「 * 」標示。表現低於第一等級的會標示為「未能評級」。

考評局現已出版了一系列的香港中學文憑考試刊物,提供有關考試規則及評核的資料,包括載有各科等級描述及學生習作示例的《香港中學文憑水平參照成績匯報資料套》。這些刊物可於本局的 網上書店 和本局新蒲崗及灣仔辦事處發售。

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新高中學校資訊站 NSS School Information Network

Apart from primary education, the government also provides free education in subsidized secondary schools from S1 to S6 under the “New Senior Secondary” (NSS) structure. Students participating in the “Secondary School Places Allocation System” (SSPA) can be allocated a subsidized secondary 1 place. Like the POA system, the SSPA system consists of the (1)“Discretionary Places Admission” stage and the (2)“Central Allocation” stage.

The students who would like to join the SSPA system should be Hong Kong residents. They also should have studied in primary schools participating in the SSPA System and never been allocated a Secondary 1 (S1) place. 5% of the S1 places are reserved for repeater, 30% for discretionary places and 65% for Central allocation.

The “Discretionary Places Admission” stage

Parents should not submit more than two applications in this stage. If parents submit more than two applications, the chance of acquiring a DP will be disqualified .Application is not subject to restrictions based on districts. Schools may arrange interviews, but no written tests should be conducted.

ONE School Choice
(Order of School Preference 1)


TWO School Choices
(Order of School Preference 1 & 2)

Reserve Lists

- Matching of the parent's preference against the school's successful and reserve lists

- Allocation will be based on the parent ' s order of preference

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“Central Allocation” Stage
After the deduction of repeaters and discretionary places, the remaining places in a secondary school are used for CA: 10% for Part A Unrestricted School Choices (choose a maximum of three schools from any school nets, including the student ' s own net)and 90% for Part B Restricted School Choices (choose a maximum of 30 schools from the student ' s own net) each school net comprises: all participating secondary schools located in their own district ; and a number of participating secondary schools in other districts *

A random number is first assigned to each student by the computer. It is used to determine the order of allocation within the same allocation band. The Unrestricted School Choices in Part A will be processed first, to be followed by the Restricted School Choices in Part B.

Part A : Allocation Process
The computer will first process the school choices of students in Territory Band 1. Then the choices of students in Territory Band 2. Finally the choices of Territory Band 3 students.Only after the computer has finished processing the choices of all the students in Part A will the unallocated students' choices in Part B be processed.

Part B: Allocation Process
After all the students in Net Band 1 have been allocated school places, the computer will follow the same procedure to allocate places to students in Net Band 2. Finally allocate places to students in Net Band 3

Secondary Schools admitting greater number of non-Chinese speaking children

EDB provided focused support on and special grant to designated schools to help NCS students. http://www.edb.gov.hk/FileManager/EN/Content_3601/contact%20&%20address%20for%20ncs%20schools_e.pdf

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Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE)
The first Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination in 2012. Most school candidates are expected to take four core subjects (Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies), plus two or three elective subjects in the HKDSE. The HKDSE will make use of Standards-referenced Reporting of assessments. Standards-referencing aims at reporting candidates' results against a set of prescribed levels of achievement based on typical performance of candidates at those levels. For each of the levels, a set of descriptors will be developed that describes what the typical candidate performing at this level is able to do. Candidate's results indicate the standards achieved in terms of knowledge and skills regardless of the performance of the other candidates taking the same examination. This reporting system also enables stakeholders to understand explicitly what the candidates know and can do when they have achieved a certain level of performance. The results will be expressed in terms of five levels of performance, of which 5 is the highest and 1 the lowest. The Level 5 candidates with the best performance will be awarded a 5**, and the next top group awarded a 5*. A performance below Level 1 will be labelled as "Unclassified".

HKDSE subjects are divided into three categories, including 24 new senior secondary subjects (4 core subjects and 20 elective subjects), Applied learning subjects and other language subjects.

Category A: New Senior Secondary Subjects

Core Subjects
Chinese Language
English Language
Liberal Studies
Elective Subjects
Chinese Literature
Business, Accounting and Financial Studies
Literature in English
Design and Applied Technology
Chinese History
Health Management and Social Care
Science: Integrated Science
Information and Communication Technology
Ethics and Religious Studies
Science: Combined Science
Technology and Living
Visual Arts
Tourism and Hospitality Studies
Physical Education

Assessment Framework of 24 new senior secondary subjects

Category B: Applied Learning Subjects

Creative Studies
Image Design
Innovative Product Design
Jewellery Arts and Design
Commercial Comic Art
Multimedia Entertainment Studies
Introduction to Theatre Arts
Taking a Chance on Dance
Media and Communication
Film and Video Studies
Infotainment Production
Public Relations and Advertising
Radio Host and Programme Production
Business, Management and Law
Marketing in Global Trade
Practical Accounting for SMEs
Understanding Financial Services
Purchasing and Merchandising
Retail Management Understanding Hong Kong Law
Hospitality Services in Practice
Hotel Operations
Western Cuisine
Events Planning and Operation
Child Development and Care Fundamental Cosmetology
Applied Science
Fundamental Health Care
Health and Beauty Keeping in TCM
Health Care Practice
Medical Laboratory Science
Applied Psychology Exercise Science and Health Fitness
Sports Coaching and Management    
Engineering and Production
Automotive Technology
Environmental Engineering
Aviation Studies
Building Facilities Engineering
Electronic Product Design in Action  

Category C: Other Language Subjects

Other Language Subjects

Spanish Urdu

For application method and procedure, please see

For (subsidized & non-subsidized) secondary school lists, please see

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Alternatives Chinese qualifications
Apart from the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE), students may sit for overseas Chinese language examinations such as the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) or the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) to obtain alternatives Chinese qualifications for further studies.

Edexcel has introduced the new GCSE Chinese 2009 to replace the current GCSE Chinese. The first examination of the new GCSE Chinese will take place in May/June 2011. Under the new GCSE, student need to study in a GCSE participating schools registered with Edexcel as a sub-centre in order to enter the GCSE Chinese examination via the HKEAA. In the time being, HKEAA is receiving application from interested schools in becoming Edexcel sub-centres, and new registration details will be announced later. For the latest information, please see

Specification Number/ Paper
Type of Assessment
5CN01 /1H
Unit 1 Listening& Understanding Higher Tier
Chinese (Cantonese/ Mandarin)
Terminal examination conducted by the HKEAA
Unit 2 Speaking
Chinese (Cantonese/ Mandarin)
Controlled Assessment; Sub-centres marked/ Edexcel moderated
Unit 3 Reading & Understanding Higher Tier
Terminal examination conducted by the HKEAA


Unit 4 Writing
Controlled Assessment; Edexcel marked

Fee Reduction
To encourage Non-Chinese Students (NCS) to study Chinese, reduction of examination fee of GCSE(Chinese) is offered by the government for eligible school candidates. Details can be found at

Schools admitting greater number of non-Chinese speaking children
EDB provided focused support on and special grant to designated schools to help NCS students. Designated schools are primary and secondary school which admit a greater number of NCS students. For the school list of designated schools, please see



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