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What is the Pass Rate of the Nebosh General Certificate?

The NEBOSH International General Certificate exam and its factors

Unit IGC1 and GC2 are assessed with a 2-hour descriptive exam; every unit is made into two parts   

Part one contains 1 long-answer question of 20 marks which you're supposed to write in roughly 30 minutes

Part two contains 10 short-answer addresses of 8 marks each. You will not get choices like other exams you have taken before; you should answer ALL questions from the two parts.

GC3 is a work-based practical assessment comprising of a health and safety inspection and report, which you should finish within few days of taking your exams.

Your course provider will have given all the points for your exam, for example, venue, time and date. It's very important to give yourself a lot of time to touch before your exam begins; you should not turn down every single minute before the exam begins.

Pass rates

To gain your NEBOSH International General Certificate qualification you need to pass every three units separately

The pass mark is generally set at 45% for IGC1 and GC2 and 60% for GC3. If you passed every three unit, your marks will be included and you will be granted your final qualification review:

  • Pass: 150 – 179 marks
  • Credit: 180 – 209 marks
  • Distinction: 210+ marks

 NEBOSH International General Certificate Exam Centers

Accredited course providers have their very own exam sittings which they use for holding NEBOSH International General Certificate courses and exams, and with more than 600 course providers over the world, there are many to choose from.

Green World Group holds exams at 10 locations in the India; you can see the majority of our NEBOSH International General Certificate exam centers here.

NEBOSH International General Certificate Exam Dates

In case you are taking a classroom course, you will sit your exams within week or after you complete the course. And in case you are taking your course distance learning, you have the flexibility to pick when you need to sit your exam.

Standard NEBOSH International General Certificate exams are held 4 times each year in March, June, September and December; all course providers will use these exams. Few course providers used to keep extra exams consistently; these exams are set by NEBOSH, but are conducted on the dates picked by the course provider. You can look at the full list of Green World GroupNEBOSH General International Certificate exam dates here.

See Also: What is NEBOSH | NEBOSH Syllabus| Join Nebosh Course | NEBOSH Qualification

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