For entry into secondary education programmes, proof must be provided that the learner has passed the same or similar subjects at a lower grade or standard in order to be able to enroll for the speciﬁc subject(s). This applies to enrolment for NSSC learners.
The National Examinations, Assessment and Certiﬁcation Board (NEACB) of Namibia, under the auspices of the Ministry of Education Arts and Culture (MoEAC) has laid down requirements for registration to sit for Grade 12 (NSSCO) examinations.
Cancellation in this context means that a learner cancels a subject and requests a refund or that he/she cancels a subject and changes to another subject. Learners should therefore make sure about the subject choices before they enroll. Any change or cancellation of a subject will result in a deduction of 20% from the subject fee which is for administration cost incured.
Cancellation must be finalised on the last day of enrolment every year.
Centres Where the Block Tuition Will Take Place
NORTH - EASTERN REGION
• A Shipena SS
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