DBE NSC TO SC November NSC Examination 2022 Registration | How to register Department of Basic Education 2023
DBE NSC TO SC November NSC Examination 2022 Registration | How to register Department of Basic Education 2023 This Article Contain Steps and Guide on How to Register Department of Basic Education (DBE) The National Senior Certificate (NSC) For the November Intake ,Qualifications and Eligibility stay with us.
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DBE NSC Registration Requirements
- Achieve 40% in three subjects, one of which is an official language at Home Language level and 30% in three subjects.
- Provide full evidence in the SBA component in the subjects offered.
Candidates who had their examination results withheld due to irregularities have the right to appeal.
Additionally, they can enquire, preferably in writing, and request the reasons for the withholding of their results and may also contact the district office or their school for assistance.
andidates have been advised to visit the nearest office of the Department of Education in their area to enquire about results or make any other examination-related enquiries.
List of National Senior Certificate (NSC) Examined Subjects
Subjects to be offered
The subjects listed below which are part of the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement of the National Senior Certificate, will be offered as part of the amended Senior Certificate. The subjects will in essence be the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statements of the National Senior Certificate, excluding the School-Based Assessment (SBA) component.
Each candidate must offer six subjects in order to qualify for the Senior Certificate (as amended). Adults who have approved Senior Certificate subject credits, but do not comply with the required six-subject package, must select the remaining required subjects from the following list of 34 adapted National Senior Certificate subjects:
Table A: Official languages at Home and First Additional level
|Afrikaans Home language||13300019|
|Afrikaans First Additional Language||13310029|
|English Home Language||13300039|
|English First Additional Language||13310049|
|IsiNdebele Home Language||13300059|
|IsiNdebele First Additional Language||13310069|
|IsiXhosa Home Language||13300079|
|IsiXhosa First Additional Language||13310090|
|IsiZulu Home Language||13300099|
|IsiZulu First Additional Language||13310109|
|Sepedi Home Language||13300119|
|Sepedi First Additional Language||13310129|
|Sesotho Home Language||13300139|
|Sesotho First Additional Language||13310149|
|Setswana Home Language||13300159|
|Setswana First Additional Language||13310169|
|SiSwati Home Language||13300179|
|SiSwati First Additional Language||13310189|
|Tshivenda Home Language||13300199|
|Tshivenda First Additional Language||13310209|
|Xitsonga Home Language||13300219|
|Xitsonga First Additional Language||13310229|
Table B1: Agriculture
Table B2: Business, Commerce and Management Studies
Table B3: Human and Social Studies
Table B4: Physical, Mathematical, Computer and Life Sciences
|Computer Applications Technology||19320309|
Subjects to be recognized
Senior Certificate subjects credits that were passed prior to June 2015, at Higher Grade and Standard Grade levels, excluding Lower Grade conversions, will be recognized.
With the exception of Business English N3, Second Language, and/or Sakeafrikaans N3, Second Language, no N3 subjects will be recognised.
In the case of learners, who have attempted the National Senior Certificate examination, but were unable to complete all the subject requirements, such candidates will have all their previous credits recognised.