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Students Might Have to Rewrite Their Matric Exams after their Scripts have been lost due to Tornado

All the National Senior Certificate (NSC) test scripts that were impacted in the tempest that harmed a stamping focus in Thaba-Nchu, Free State, have been found. The schooling office has affirmed that they have counted the contents, and all contents were found.

In an assertion, there were 24 519 contents for Accounting P2 and Business Studies P2 that were conveyed for handling at the Albert Moroka High stamping focus. Bookkeeping P2 scripts have been represented. In Business Studies P2, the one content that we were searching for has been found. Boss Director for Public Examinations and National Assessments at the Department of Basic Education, Dr Rufus Poliah, said that the way in which the Free State Education Department and the markers have dealt with the emergency was praiseworthy.

"In the event that it were not for the penance and fast thinking by the markers and staff, the harm might have been more regrettable. They endeavored to save the contents and continued to work nonstop to find the contents which were at first answered to be absent in the confusion that occurred during the tempest," he said.

Albert Moroko High School was utilized as a matric stamping place for bookkeeping paper 2 and business concentrates on paper 2. The top of the stamping focus was brushed off by the tempest while checking was in progress last week where one marker was somewhat harmed.

The stamping focus has been moved to another area in Bloemfontein to assist with guaranteeing business progression. As indicated by the office's assertion, checking is advancing quite well, remembering the catching of imprints for the new area.

Stamping is relied upon to close on 22 December 2021, as arranged.

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Department Free State Education Department NSC National Assessments Rufus Poliah


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