I have decided to stop doing myself the injustice of hiding behind my degree's points and submit the IQA for education and further study, allowing me to hopefully provisionally register with the NZICA - and claim the bonus points for audit study and experience.

As I got confident for the submission I realised I have long lost my high school diploma and according to South African Department of Education, a replacement depends "on how long my patience could endure". Hardly a happy response.

Is the High School diploma THAT necessary since I have a Bachelors degree? Has anyone else successfully submitted a IQA to the NZQA without one?

Thanks for responses in advance!