The IEB provides Umalusi accredited examinations in all subjects recognised in the National Senior Certificate (NSC) for the schools that are registered with it.
FACTS ABOUT THE IEB NSC:
The IEB uses the South African National Curriculum which is regulated by the Department of Basic Education.
The IEB produces consistent, reliable results in the Grade 12 National Senior Certificate:
A study carried out at the University of Cape Town in 2008 noted that:
The IEB assesses the following NSC subjects for all IEB and State schools:
interested in registering for the IEB NSC can find further information here.
A learner must offer a
minimum of seven subjects to qualify for the NSC. Further details can be found
The IEB has encouraged schools to keep borderline learners offering
Mathematics particularly when they have even the smallest chance of passing it.
However they should in addition encourage these learners to offer Mathematical
Literacy as an 8th subject. Learners must be registered for Mathematics and Mathematical Literacy at the start of their Grade 12 year. They may de-register from either of the subjects during the course of the year.
Details of the
different achievement levels for the NSC can be found here
a variety of reasons, some NSC candidates may need to apply for supplementary
examinations. Further details are available here.
2019 final Examination Timetable can be downloaded
here in English/Afrikaans.
IEB bases its Grade 12 National Senior Certificate examinations on the South
African Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS). The IEB’s specific
school-based assessment and examination requirements are detailed in the IEB
Subject Assessment Guidelines.
The last 3 sets of IEB NSC examination papers and marking guidelines can be found on our website for learners to use in their preparation for the examinations. Past
copies of IEB papers and guidelines for earlier NSC examinations can be purchased from the IEB.
The IEB NSC, and the
Advanced Programmes in Mathematics and English, are benchmarked by UK National
Academic Recognition Information Centre (UK NARIC*).
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