Smooth sailing for Day 1 of final NSC exams for Classof2022 in W.Cape, says MEC
The Western Cape Education Department said the first day of the final National Senior Certificate (NSC) for the Class of 2022, was smooth sailing.
Out of 73 846 candidates in the Western Cape, nearly 65 000 candidates wrote their first paper for English Home Language, First Additional Language, or Second Additional Language, on Monday morning.
“The first session of the written matric exams has got off to a good start in the Western Cape, and no major problems have been reported so far,’’ said Western Cape Education MEC, David Maynier.
‘’We thank the people of the Western Cape for their assistance in not disrupting proceedings so far, and appeal to all residents to make our matrics the VIPs of our province for the next few weeks while they complete the exams. We wish our candidates the very best for the exams!” he added.
Done By: Mitchum George