Release Date: Jun 3, 2016...
Over 52 000 learners wrote Grade 12 in 2012
Over 41 000 Grade 12 candidates who wrote Ordinary Level examinations last year, will be able to access their results as off 24h00 on Thursday.
A media statement availed to Nampa on Tuesday by Ministry of Education Director of National Examinations and Assessment Cavin Nyambe said 41 891 candidates were registered for the National Senior Certificate (NSSC) Ordinary Level examinations in 2012.
This number comprises of 19 027 full-time learners and 22 864 part-time learners.
In total, 52 529 learners wrote Grade 12 national examinations in 2012.
The statement said the Grade 12 Ordinary Level candidates will be able to access their results by sending a text message to the numbers 2929 or 99099.
Learners will be required to send the name of their examination (NSSCO), followed by their full examination number or full name, for example NSSCO M050015, or NSSCO Kaperu Theo.
The ministry indicated that learners must ensure that when using their full names, the name of the examination must be followed by their surname and first name, in that order.
Apart from getting results via text message, the NSSC Ordinary Level results will also be released in local daily newspapers - Namibian Sun and the Republikein.
Results will also be available on the website of the Directorate National Examinations and Assessment at www.dnea.gov.na, as well as the website of the Ministry of Education www.moe.gov.na.
Learners can also visit their respective regional offices during office hours, when they will be supplied with their results from broadsheets.
Meanwhile, a prize-giving ceremony will be held for the best performers in the NSSC Higher Level, NSSC Ordinary Level and Grade 10 (Junior Secondary Certificate) examinations on Friday in the capital.
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