NAMCOL 2019 Timetable [JSC & NSSC Final]

By | August 20, 2019

The Namibian College Of Open Learning 2019 Final Timetable [JSC & NSSC]

Notes on the JSC Timetable

1. The following papers are early components and must be conducted in the range of dates as indicated below:
 Sign Language Papers 1 – 3: 2 – 13 September 2019

2. About the sessions
A timetable with detailed starting and ending times of papers will be provided to candidates with their Admission Permits.

3. Time Allowance for Question Papers
Any time specially allocated for candidates to read through question papers and to study maps, etc., is already included in the total time. You must not allow any additional time.

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Guidelines on the NSSC Timetable

1 About this timetable
This timetable contains the examination sessions for the Higher Level and the Ordinary Level syllabuses, with the borrowed IGCSE syllabuses included.  The Higher level syllabuses are printed in blue.

2 About the sessions
A timetable with detailed starting and ending times of papers will be provided to candidates with their Admission Permits.

3 Time Allowance for Question Papers
Any time specially allocated for candidates to read through question papers and to study maps, etc., is already included in the total time. You must not allow any additional time.

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4 Art & Design Papers
Copies of HIGHER Art & Design 8345 Paper 1 is to be given to the candidates on receipt – four school weeks before the time i.e. 15 July and ORDINARY Art & Design 4125 Paper 1 is to be given to the candidates on receipt – eight school weeks before the time i.e. 17 June.

5 Practical Tests in Sciences
All Practical papers must be taken at the times set in the timetable. If there are more candidates than there is space for in one session, the invigilator may hold the test in two or more sessions, as long as satisfactory arrangements are made to ensure the integrity of the examination. Arrangements must be made to ensure there is no contact between candidates who have taken the test in the first session and those who are scheduled to take it in the second or later sessions, either at the Centre or at any other Centre.

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