NAMCOL Mock Examinations

NAMCOL Mock Examinations

Namibian College of Open Learning NAMCOL Mock Examinations

The MOCK EXAMINATION that takes place in the second semester will replace Assignment 3.The marks accumulated for Assignments 1 & 2 plus the Mock Examination marks will constitute the Continuous Assessment Mark. It is only for Entrepreneurship Grade 10 learners who need tosubmit Assignment 3.

Study halls/venues: Study halls or venues are organised where learners can study on their own at the centre.

Learner Representative Councils and Heads of Centres co-ordinate the organisation of these study halls.

Learners may use these study halls to do their homework and assignments as well as prepare for the next contact session.
Radio talks: Radio talks are organised for English, Oshikwanyama, Oshindonga, Otjiherero, Silozi, Rukavango, Nama/Damara and Afrikaans language lessons during the identified weeks (referred to as language
weeks) through NBC radio. The language weeks take place during the first week of every month for six months, commencing in March and ending in August every year.

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This initiative is complemented by the essay-writing competition for NAMCOL learners in Grades 10 and 12.
Web-based materials: Web-based lessons are now available for JSC and NSSC(O) in Physical Science, Mathematics, JSC/NSSC English, JSC Geography and JSC Life Science on NAMCOL’s website (http//www.namcol.edu.na).

This initiative is supported with funding from UNESCO. Lessons do not cover the full scope of the syllabus, but rather focus on key problem areas. Additional information can also be accessed at notemaster e-learning platform.

Radio/television lessons:
This initiative is aimed at adding value and additional support to the print-based materials provided to learners in both Grade 10 and Grade 12. NAMCOL manages the implementation of this project on behalf of the Ministry of Education and other partners.

Resource centres/NOLNet centres:
For additional reading materials, learners can also make use of the NOLNet centres. NOLNet stands for the Namibian Open Learning Network Trust, a charitable trust which aims to promote open and distance learning in
Namibia through sharing resources and expertise. All government-funded ODL institutions in Namibia are part of NOLNet: NAMCOL, the National Institute for Educational Development (NIED), University of Science and Technology (NUST), the University of Namibia (UNAM) and the Ministry of Education. NAMCOL learners can make use of any of these resource centres.

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Registered learners pay a minimum charge for the use of facilities such as the internet, fax machines, the printing and copying of documents. For NOLNet centres, refer to the Map on Page 87.
The abovementioned suppliers can be approached for additional reading material, examiination booklets and modules. The NAMCOL bookshops exclusively sell video and radio lessons.