ECESWA SPC and JC Online Results November/December Marking Scheme

PAST EXAM PAPERS

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This page has past exam papers and marking schemes that have been provided by the Ministry of Education and Training through the Examinations Council of Eswatini.

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To download the papers on your mobile phone, please ensure you have an app for viewing PDF files e.g. Adobe. Simply click on the icon to download the paper.

PAST EXAM PAPERS

GRADE 7/ EPCFORM3 / JCFORM5 / EGCSE

MARKING SCHEMES

MARKING SCHEMES

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NOV/DEC MARKING

Download the form to you PC and fill it as directed. What should be noted is there is no need to print the form as it is to be forwarded by email. Please follow the directions below

  1. Save the completed application form using the level, subject name you are applying for and ID Number e.g. :   EPC_SCIENCE_ 9404157890123 / JC_GEOGRAPHY_72041517890123 //EGCSE_ACCOUNTING_ 9504187890123
  2. Completed application forms should be returned by E-mail ONLY to pdsinfo@examscouncil.org.sz
  3. Closing date is 30 June 2020 at midnight.
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Details Last Updated: 12 May

PAST EXAM QUESTION PAPERS

The Exams Council (ECESWA) has seen it prudent to make the past exam question papers available to our current schools candidates. ECESWA hopes that this will help our candidates as they prepare for the end of year examinations. These question papers go hand in hand with their abridged mark schemes.

For teachers, there is more information which will be relevant to them in the download section of this site.

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  1. REGISTRATION

The Examinations Council of Eswatini (ECESWA) is a quasi-Government organisation with the mandate to administer examinations and issue certificates to primary, junior secondary and senior secondary school graduates in Eswatini.

Examinations Council of Swaziland:

Education in Swaziland begins with pre-school education for infants, primary, secondary and high school education for general education and training (GET) – and universities and colleges at tertiary level. The ECOS conducted the following exam and also publish their results and exam timetable. ECOS also offers students to download past exam papers for various exams.