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Grade 11 NSSCO (NEW) Results 2022/2021 NAMIBIA

 Namibia has a similar timetable for examinations and release of Grade 11 results to PNG exams and online results. At this time, many parents and students are visiting this education website. 

We want to *redirect* our visitors from Namibia, who are checking the 2021/2022 Grade 11 NSSCO Results, to the right result place to access the results. 

NOTE: We also know that Namibia education system, especially the examination Grades are undergoing some latest changes. There are also leakages of the 2021 exam question papers, so the links below are stories we are following - check them out!

grade 11results 2021 ordinary level
Namibia Ministry of Education | My results Online Home Page

So, if you are a visitor from Namibia checking for the 2020 Grade 10 JSC examination results, we hope you find this useful.

See below for the direct links to the 2 online result pages.

Key facts about Namibia Examinations

  • The Directorate of National Examinations and Assessment and Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture conducts the annual Grade 11 exam.
  • Grade 11 students are certified through the Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new)  Exams
  • Grades 11 students sat for the examinations in October/November every year. 2020 is the first year of NSSCAS exams.
  • Results are released to students early in February of the following year.
  • The NSSCO 2021 Grade 11 Results can be accessed in two ways: either by text message or on the Internet (online results).

When are the results for Grade 11 coming out?

 It is not clearly known when exactly MoEAC will release the results. But based on last year's experience, the ministry made the announcement on 4th February 2021, and the candidates accessed their results on the 5th of February 2021

That possibly means that the 2021/2022 Grade 11 NCCSO (new) and NSSCA (new) will come out in early February 2022, IF the education ministry sticks to its plan. 

We will let you know when we get any confirmed dates.

    How to Check 2021/2022 Grade 11 Results: Online results 

    The examination results for Grade 11 NSSCO may be obtained using the online result web application called MY RESULTS ONLINE. 

    Accessing the Grade Grade 11 NSSCO results is easier for students and parents/guardians with internet connections. Follow these quick steps for easy access:
    • Launch My Results Online web application on the Namibia Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. 
    • Open on a new browser.
    • Follow the example shown on the screenshot shown. (Important: If you have difficulty with login, contact the ministry reps directly for assistance)
    Here is what the Ministry of Education (Namibia) had to say about attempting to obtain the final results online.

    Please Note:

    You need to obtain your final results from your school or institution as the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture shall not be liable for any damages or loss, whether direct or indirect, arising out of the use of or omissions in response to the enquiry made herein or for any consequential damages, loss of profit or special damages arising out of the exam results provided or any use thereof.

    More info:

    More clarity regarding the exam results provided by this service or additional information about your results can be obtained from the:

    Public Relations Officer
    Johanna Absalom
    Contact: 061- 293 3358
    Ministry of Education.

    How to Check 2021/202 Grade 11 Results: SMS

    The examination results for Grade 11 NSSCO can be obtained using an SMS or text message. There are two formats for using the short text messaging services: either by name or examination number. 

    If you use the SMS service, your surname, name and results will be displayed on your screen

    SMS using 'name':
    • Go message tab on your phone,
    • Type your: ExamLevel*space*Surname*Space*FirstName
    • Send to 2929, 99099 or 55755 
    (a) Example of Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary result for  student Siki Man:  NSSCO Siki Man

    SMS using 'examination number':
    • Go to message tab on your phone, 
    • Type your: ExamLevel*Space*examination number
    • Send to 2929, 99099 or 55755 
    (b) Example for Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary exam results: NSSCO 10HE250025

    Grade 11 NSSCO results 2021
    CLICK ON THE IMAGE FOR THE LATEST ON NAMIBIA EXAM RESULTS 2021


    Where to access the online result 2021/2022 Grade 11 Results

    There are TWO online websites where you can access the Grade 10 results for 2020

      Where to get instructional help

      We found the information on Namibia National Assessment and Examination very helpful when researching for this article. Click Here (My Exam Online). 

      We hope that our visitors from Namibia have found the information useful. Please leave a message below to let us know that you have been here.

      Click on the links for info on the Senior Secondary Certificates for Higher (NSSCH, old) and Ordinary (NCCSO, new) levels and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new).

      Wish you all the best and good luck. 

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      Grade 12 results 2021/2022 NSSCO, NSSCAS, AS Secondary School Certificates NAMIBIA

      This is an info-service for our Namibia and Namibians living overseas following up on the 2021 Grade 12 (and Grade 11 NEW) exam results. The recent examination has been affected by the leakage of some 2021 exam papers. 

      In fact, not all subjects were affected - this article puts in perspective the latest news and updates on Grade 12 and Grade 11 results for this year. 

      Grade 12 NSSCO Grade 11 Results 2021/2022
      Article by pnginsightblog.com protected by Our T&Cs Content Stealing/Google DMCA policy

      Latest information on NSFAF, Old NSSCO Grade 12 Results, UNMA registration, follow the link.

      In brief 2021 Exam Results

      • According to the latest data, there are a total of 99,631 students registered for the 2021 exams of which 51, 958 are full-time pupils in mainstream schools. These students are directly affected by the exam paper leakages.
      • Several subjects in the 2021 NSSC Ordinary Level Grade 12 (5 subjects) and the Revised Curriculum Ordinary Level Grade 11 (11 subjects) were affected by the leakage of exam papers.
      • NSSCO (new) and NSSCAS (new) results will be released on dates intended by the education ministry prior to the examination leakages.
      • The leaked exams are NOT eligible for Cambridge International accreditation in 2021.
      • Candidates will rewrite exams in January 2022. Schools and local education authorities to facilitate the re-write in collaboration with the education ministry.

      What the exam paper leakages and rewrites mean

      We understand the Teachers Union, private schools and other educational organisations are against the resit (or rewrite) of the examinations leaked early in December 2021. However, the leakages of exam papers have been widespread in the country.

      Understandably, this (the rewrite) is not what many Grade 12 and Grade 11 students would want, but it is in the best interest of the exam and the validity of the results and certificates that the students must resit. 

      The education ministry and Cambridge International understand that the NSSCO and NSSCAS are internationally accredited and recognised certificates. And therefore, the exams must be free of cheating for them to be valid. 

      2021 exam rewrite dates

      The NSSCO and NSSCAS candidates will be rewriting the examination in January 2022 only for the leaked subjects. 

      The education ministry said it will allocate resources to ensure that the results will be released on the dates set before the leakage of the exam papers.

      In a news release, the Basic Education Ministry Executive Director Sanet Steenkamp announced the following dates:

      • 10 -21 January 2022: Rewrite exam dates of the NSSCO examination for Grade 11.
      • 7 -15 February 2022: Rewrite exam dates for the NSSCO Grade 12.
      Article by pnginsightblog.com

      When are the Grade 12 results in 2021 coming out?

      THE Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (MoEAC), in a news release dated 8th December 2021, stated that they will launch the results for Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new) and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new) on the date they set originally. 

      It is not clearly known when exactly MoEAC will release the results, but based on last year's experience the ministry made the announcement on 4th February 2021, and the candidates accessed their results on the 5th of February 2021

      That possibly means that the results of 2021 Grade 12 and Grade 11 NCCSO (new) and NSSCA (new) will come out in early February 2022, IF the education ministry sticks to its plan. 

      When is the Grade 12 results in 2021 coming out

      Article by pnginsightblog.com protected by Our T&Cs Content Stealing/Google DMCA policy

      What exams (subjects) are affected?

      Indicatively, five (5) subjects at the Grade 12 and the eleven (11) subjects at the Grade 11 ordinary level were affected through the leakage of exam papers. 

      The subjects affected at NCSSO Grade 12 level are:

      1. English Second Language paper one (core) and Paper 2 (Extended), 
      2. History, 
      3. Agriculture, 
      4. Development Studies and
      5. Biology, 

      The 11 subjects affected at Grade 11 ordinary level (NSCCO, new) level are: 

      1. English Second Language, 
      2. Afrikaans,
      3.  Biology, 
      4. Mathematics, 
      5. Physics, 
      6. Chemistry, 
      7. Entrepreneurship, 
      8. Business Studies,
      9. Agriculture, 
      10. Oshikwanyama and 
      11. Oshindonga.

      How to access the Grade 12 (and Grade 11) NCCSO and NSSCA results 2021?

      The examination results for Grade 12 and Grade 11  - Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO, new) and Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NSSCAS, new) - can be obtained in two ways

      • either online result web application called MY RESULTS ONLINE, or
      • by SMS using your mobile phone.

      Grade 12 (and Grade 11) NCCSO and NSSCA results 2021/2022
      Article by pnginsightblog.com

      Meaning of Exams and Results terms

      These acronyms are extensively used in the discussion of examination and results in Namibia. With the new Grade 12 and Grade 11 exams and results, we thought you should familiarise yourselves with the terms. 

      Here are the meanings:
      • NSSCO = Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NEW)
      • NSSCAS = Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Advanced Subsidiary (NEW)
      • AS Level = First year of a full A level (Advanced Level), Year 12
      • NSSCH = Senior Secondary Certificates for Higher (OLD)
      • CI  = Cambridge International

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      Students Sitting National Examinations at Grades 8, 10 and 12 - Overall Increase of 4 percent 2015 to 2016

      Here is a quick spreadsheet graph of the number of Grade 8, 10 and 12 students sitting for the national examinations in the country in 2015 and 2016.

      In terms of percentage the number taking exams increased by the following percentages (rounded to the nearest whole number): 

      • grade 8 increased by 3%, 
      • grade 10 increased by 7% and 
      • grade 12 increased by 6%. 

      Overall there was an increase of over 4 % in the total number of students taking exams at grades 8, 10 and 12.

      The graph shows figures released by the education department (and reported in print media) in 2015 and 2016.  

      On the other hand, the numbers of students passing from grade 8 to 9, grade 10 to 11 and grade 12 to tertiary institutions have remained relatively low. In 2015, the retention at each stage was shocking and has not improved very much.

      For more information on examinations and related issues, check the following links:

      Examination 2014 – Grade 8, 10 and 12Students taking exams

      Examinations 2015 - 2016: Grade 8, Grade 10, Grade 12 Exams Papua New Guinea



      Students Taking Exams: 63, 535 Grade 10 Students, 24, 710 Grade 12 Students and 124, 095 Grade 8 Students

      A total of 212,340 students in Grades 8, 10 and 12 are going to sit their final examinations starting next week with the Lower Secondary School Certificate Examination (Grade 10).
      A total of 63, 535 Grade 10 students will sit the examination which starts on Monday, October 10 and ends on Friday, October 14.


      Following that, the Upper Secondary School Certificate Examinations (Grade 12) begins on Monday, October 17 and ends on Wednesday, October 26. A total of 24, 710 students are sitting this exam.

      The Basic Education Examination will follow on Monday, October 24 and ends on Thursday, October 27. This exam will see a total of 124, 095 Grade 8 students throughout the country sitting for it.

      Acting Education Secretary Dr. Uke Kombra, PhD said these examinations are very important for the students because they contribute to their final assessments for the year.
      Click on the image to see 2015 figures 

      “School assessments are very important because they determine whether students can be selected to the next level of education or get employed,” Dr Kombra added.

      He urged parents, guardians and teachers to give as much support as possible to help students sit these examinations.

      The Acting Secretary also reminded everyone to ensure that there is no cheating in these examinations.

      “The penalty for cheating or assisting to cheat in the National Examination is Non Certification. I urge the External invigilators, Schools and Standards Officers to report any malpractices to the Measurement Services Division for analysis and action,” said Dr Kombra.

      He urged all concerned parties to make every effort to give all the students and schools “a fair go” and to be honest and sayNOto examination cheating.
      2016
      “On behalf of the Department of Education I wish all our Grade 10, 12 and 8 students the very best in their examinations," said Dr Kombra.

      NOTE: To compare the figures for the past years, click on the image or follow this link.

      Source: Loop Author 17:45, October 8, 2016

      GRADE 12 EXAMINATIONS - CHANGES TO THE NATIONAL EXAMINATION DATES

      The Acting Secretary for Education Dr Uke Kombra has advised all the Provincial Administrators, Chairpersons of the Provincial Education Boards, Provincial Education Advisors, Church Education Secretaries, Principals of Secondary Schools, Secondary Schools Standards Officers and Board Chairpersons of Secondary Schools of the changes to the 2016 Grade 12 National Examination dates.


      The changes were made because principals of some schools have not complied with the standard procedures used to guide students to select subject combinations. This situation has forced the Department to revise this year’s Grade 12 National Examination Timetable to be conducted for two weeks when it should have taken only one week.

      The Secretary’s Circular Instruction has been issued on 7/9/16 to advise the schools and provincial authorities about the recent changes so that they can familiarize themselves before the scheduled Grade 12 Examination is conducted on Monday, 17th October to Wednesday, 26th October as shown on the revised timetable below:

      Day/Date Examination Paper Time



      Monday 17/10/16 Advance Mathematics 1 and General Mathematics 1 8 am – 10.30 am

      Tuesday 18/10/16 Physics 8 am – 10.30 am
      History 11am – 1.30 pm

      Wednesday19/10/16 Chemistry 8 am – 10.30 am
      Economics 11am -1.30 pm

      Thursday 20/10/16 Language & Literature 1 and Applied English 8 am – 10:30 am
      Geography 11am – 1.30 pm

      Friday 21/10/16 Advance Mathematics 2 and General Mathematics 2 8 am- 10.30 am
      Information Communication Technology 11 am – 1.30 pm

      Monday 24/10/16 Applied Science 8 am – 10.30 am
      Accounting 11am – 1.30 pm

      Tuesday 25/10/16 Biology 8 am – 10.30 am
      Legal Services 11am – 1.30 pm

      Wednesday 26/10/16 Business Studies 8 am – 10.30 am
      Geology 11 am – 1.30 pm

      (For this year's dates click HERE)

      Dr. Kombra instructed all examinations to be administered on the time and dates as published and not based on Measurement Service’s calendar 2016 as the new changes supersede the initial timings already printed on the Examination Booklets especially for History, Economics, Applied Science, Accounting, Biology, Legal Studies, Business Studies and Geology.

      Any time other than the timings given will nullify the Examination and the Examination Marks will not be used for moderation of the final results.

      The Secretary’s Circular also reminded everyone that the penalty for cheating or assisting to cheat in the National Examination is Non Certification, and the External invigilators, Schools and Standards Officers must report all observed malpractices to the Measurement Services Division for analysis and action.

      The teachers are not allowed to view, read or access Exam Papers while conducting the exams. Mobile phones are also banned from the Exam Rooms for students and all school personnel. Principals and Deputy Principals must stay in school during all exams and enforce strict implementation of the schedule and abide by all Measurement Services regulations relating to examinations.

      All concerned parties have been urged to make every effort to give all students and schools “a fair go” and to be honest and say NO to examination cheating.

      PRESS STATEMENT
      DR. UKE KOMBRA, PhD
      Acting Secretary for Education