The National Senior Certificate (NSC) Supplementary examinations are a fantastic way to pass your exams and receive your Matric certificate without having to repeat your full Matric year.
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What qualifies you to write an NCE exam?
The June 2023 NSC examination is open to ONLY NSC Part-time Repeater candidates who:
- registered and/or wrote the November 2022 NSC examination
- wrote the NSC Examination from 2008 – 2022.
- have a valid SBA mark for the subject they are writing.
- wants to rewrite subjects they wrote in a previous NSC exam
For the 2022 matric result, registration for the NSC Exams will start from 20 January 2023 – 8 February 2023.
How to Register For the National Senior Certificate Exam 2023
The steps to register for the NSC exams are stated below.
- You must complete the registration form in full.
- Hand in your completed form at your local district office or WCED walk-in centre; or
- Scan and email your completed form to: Exam.Registrations@westerncape.gov.za.
NSC Exam Registration Requirement
- A certified copy of your ID document or birth certificate or passport (foreign candidates) must be attached to this registration form – an Affidavit if these documents are not available.
- Part-time repeater candidates must attach a copy of the statement of results of their previous NSC examination sittings.
- All personal information of candidates will be dealt with in accordance with and in full compliance with the POPI Act.
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.
There are NO ONLINE APPLICATIONS for the 2023 NSC Examination.