NSC Examinations | June | Western Cape Education Department
NSC Examinations | June

NSC Examinations | June 2023

Examination Helpline: Monday – Friday | 07:30 – 16:00 | tel. 0861 819 919


Release of results: 20 September 2022

NSC June 2022 Exam Remark | Recheck Results

June 2022 NSC candidates were only resulted for the subjects written in the May/June 2022 exam. To apply for the combination of the NSC 2022/06 results with previous written subjects, please refer to the link and apply for the combination of results: https://wcedonline.westerncape.gov.za/application-issue-certificates


Resources for Grade 12 | Subject Content for Grade 12 | Question Papers & Memos

Enquiries:

The Nov 2022 NSC examination is open to ONLY NSC Part time Repeater candidates who:

  • Registered and/or wrote the June 2022 NSC examination
  • have a valid SBA mark
Closing date

Registration for June 2023 NSC examination: 20 January – 8 February 2023.


Registration

Application forms will be available from 20 January 2023:

  • at schools where the candidate collects November 2022 examination results;
  • from your nearest district office; and
  • downloaded and printed from the WCED website | NO ONLINE APPLICATIONS.

  1. Ensure that all names as per your identity document are included on the statement of results.
  2. Check that your name(s) and surname are spelled correctly.
  3. Check that the correct date of birth/identity number is printed on the results.

Please note: Administrative errors like these can be rectified within three months after the results have been released.

If there are any errors on the results, contact the WCED via email (clearly specify error to be rectified) at ExamResults@westerncape.gov.za or Tel: 0861 819 919 | 021 467 2300.

The documents below are required and should be attached to email request:

  • Current statement of results
  • Certified copy of the identity document
  • Updated affidavit stating reason for the difference between the identity document and the information on the Statement of Results
  • Specify the error to be rectified
  • Complete the reissuing application form.
Applications are ONLY available online at:

www.eservices.gov.za


How do I apply to have my examination remarked or rechecked?
  1. No hard copy applications for remarking will be accepted.
  2. Apply for remarking or rechecking by using the online registration services at www.eservices.gov.za.
  3. Note: There is no remarking for the Common Assessment Task (CAT) for Life Orientation.
  4. Please note that a new statement of results will only be issued if:
    1. your subject results improve to a higher level; or
    2. if your pass status changes.
  5. For any remark enquiries, please contact the following:
    1. tel: 021 467 2988
    2. tel: 021 467 9360
    3. tel: 021 467 2009
    4. email: ExamMarking@westerncape.gov.za

Payment | Fees

Remarking: R110 (per subject)
Rechecking: R27 (per subject)
Viewing of scripts (only after remarking and rechecking): R212 (per subject & non-refundable)

Payments can be made by EFT or at a Nedbank branch into the following account

Bank: Nedbank
Account name: WCED
Account type: Current Account
Account number: 1452 045 089
Branch name: NEDBANK CORPORATE
Branch code: 145 209
Deposit reference: 15 + ID Number


Who qualifies?
  1. Candidates may apply for the remarking or rechecking of their scripts if they feel that the marks allocated on the written papers are not a true reflection of their performance.
  2. A remark means that the original answer script is marked for a second time by a marker.
  3. A recheck of your script is a further check to ensure that all questions are duly marked and that all marks are correctly calculated.
  4. For re-mark enquiries, please contact:
    1. Tel.: 021 467 2952
    2. Tel.: 021 467 2009
    3. Tel.: 021 467 2988
What is an application for a viewing?
  1. Once you have received your results, AFTER remarking and rechecking, you may apply to view your answer scripts.
  2. Apply to ExamMarking@westerncape.gov.za with proof of payment to view your answer scripts.

There are four pass levels:
  1. Higher certificate
  2. Diploma
  3. Bachelor’s degree pass (previously known as an exemption)
  4. NSC examination certificates – Special Needs Education (SNE) pass

The matric pass requirements for each of these levels are as follows:

Higher certificate pass requirements
  1. Must obtain at least 40% in Home Language
  2. Must obtain at least 40% in three subjects
  3. Must obtain at least 30% in three other subjects
  4. Must pass at least six out of seven subjects
Diploma pass requirements
  1. Must obtain at least 40% in Home Language
  2. Must obtain at least 40% in three other subjects, excluding Life Orientation
  3. Must pass at least six out of seven subjects

With this pass requirement, you can apply to study for a diploma at a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college or university of technology.

Bachelor’s degree pass requirements
  1. Must obtain at least 40% in Home Language
  2. Must obtain at least 50% in four subjects, excluding Life Orientation
  3. Must obtain at least 30% in one other subject
  4. Must pass at least six out of seven subjects
SNE pass requirements

Will obtain an NSC with an endorsement if learners comply with the following promotion requirements:

  1. 30% in the required official language at either Home Language or First Additional Language level
  2. A minimum of 30% in four other subjects

Please note: Candidates who offer a minimum of five subjects for the NSC with an endorsement must achieve at least 30% in all five subjects to obtain the NSC SNE endorsed certificate.


NB: All subjects, excluding Life Orientation, will be taken into consideration for Diploma/Bachelor’s degree pass requirements.

Candidates who failed to achieve a Diploma or Bachelor’s pass status in their current examination sitting, can improve their pass status if they register and write the NSC June 2022 examination. Improved results can lead to a change in their pass status and a new certificate can be issued by Umalusi.

With achieving a Bachelor's degree pass status, you can apply to study towards a degree at a university, university of technology, TVET college or any accredited higher learning institution.

Level system: What the grades mean
  1. Level 7: 80–100% (Outstanding achievement)
  2. Level 6: 70–79% (Meritorious achievement)
  3. Level 5: 60–69% (Substantial achievement)
  4. Level 4: 50–59% (Moderate achievement)
  5. Level 3: 40–49% (Adequate achievement)
Which subjects are compulsory?
  1. Home Language
  2. First Additional Language
  3. Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy or Technical Mathematics
  4. Life Orientation

You have to offer your language of learning and teaching (either English or Afrikaans) as one of your language subjects.

All School-Based Assessment (SBA) marks achieved since 2008 are valid.

Learners with valid SBA only need to rewrite the written papers.

Learners offering new NSC subjects must complete the SBA and can only register for the November 2022 NSC examination.