Durban — The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education announced its state of readiness for the 2022 National Senior Certificate (NSC) exams, which are set to begin on October 31.
A total of 198 866 full- and part-time candidates will sit the NSC exams, with 6 022 invigilators to manage the examinations at 1 780 centres.
The department said the distribution of exam material would be done through 13 nodal points and 103 distribution and collection centres.
It stated that 120 question papers totalling 34 million pages would be printed in the province and that there would be 28 morning and 27 afternoon sessions in the exams.
Speaking at a media briefing at Inanda Seminary on Tuesday, Education…
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