Grade 12 results out on 12 January

06 January 2017 | Education

SHONA NGAVA

The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture will release the results of Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSCO) Ordinary Level examinations on 12 January.

The announcement was made by ministry spokesperson Johanna Absalom.

“The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture has made good progress with the marking and processing of the examination data and will be able to officially release the provisional grade 12 (NSSCO) Ordinary Level results for full-time and part-time candidates,” the statement read.

According to the statement 51 120 candidates registered for the NSSCO examinations. Of them, 21 104 were full-time candidates and 30 016 were part-time students.

The results will be available on the website of Directorate of National Examinations and Assessment at www.dnea.gov.na and the ministry’s website at www.moe.gov.na. The results will also be available via SMS service.

Candidates are encouraged to use the SMS service to get their results. They can send a message with the examination name followed by their surname and first name to any of the following numbers: 2929, 55755 or 99099.

The website and SMS service will be active from Thursday, 12 January after midnight.

Candidates are advised to have their candidate numbers ready in order to access their results.

Regional education offices will be able to assist those who phone or visit the offices.

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