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All systems go for mid-year exams

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The NC Department of Education said it was all systems go for the May/June mid-year 2022 Senior Certificate and National Senior Certificate examinations.

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THE NORTHERN Cape Department of Education said it was all systems go for the May/June mid-year 2022 Senior Certificate and National Senior Certificate examinations.

Spokesperson for the Department of Education, Geoffrey van der Merwe, on Friday said examinations were scheduled to start on Monday, May 9 with English being the last paper and Business studies being written on June 23.

“There are 5,562 part-time candidates who are registered for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations, while 3,149 are registered for the Senior Certificate examinations. The department has identified 101 schools which will be used as examination centres.”

He added that the marking of answer scripts would commence from July 2-12.

“Results are expected to be released on August 3.”

Van der Merwe stated that invigilators, chief invigilators and monitors had been trained to ensure the examinations were free of any irregularities.

“We encourage all candidates to collect their admission letters at the centres where they are registered or contact their nearest district office for any enquiries. All registered candidates have been notified via SMS regarding the terms of their registration and the collection of their admission letters.”

He reminded all candidates to adhere to all Covid-19 protocols.

“The department would like to convey our appreciation to all officials and wishes all our candidates well with their examinations.”

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