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Independent Examinations Board

Independent Examinations Board
For the Carnegie Endowment publication edited by Uri Dadush, see International Economics Bulletin.

The Independent Examinations Board, or IEB, is a South African independent assessment agency which offers examinations for various client schools, mostly private schools. It is most prominent in setting examinations for the school-leaving National Senior Certificate, or NSC (which replaced the Senior Certificate and Further Education and Training Certificate) for its client schools. See High school: South Africa; Matriculation in South Africa.

The IEB exams are considered by many teachers, parents, students and universities, both within South Africa and abroad, as a more challenging and comprehensive assessment than the State NSC. Students with excellent IEB results have been accepted to Ivy League and Oxbridge institutions without taking further requirements such as A-levels. (SATs (or ACTs) are required for all major U.S. universities - the IEB NSC does not exempt students from this requirement.)

It is also important to note that IEB students who matriculate receive the same certificate as a NSC student would and universities may not bias between a state NSC and IEB matriculant.

Contents

  • Schools that write IEB exams 1
    • Free State 1.1
    • Western Cape 1.2
    • Eastern Cape 1.3
    • Gauteng 1.4
    • KwaZulu-Natal 1.5
    • Mpumalanga 1.6
    • North West 1.7
    • Northern Cape 1.8
    • Limpopo 1.9
    • Namibia 1.10
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Schools that write IEB exams

Free State

Western Cape

Eastern Cape

Gauteng

KwaZulu-Natal

Southcity Christian Schools

Mpumalanga

North West

Northern Cape

Limpopo

Waterberg Academy, Vaalwater

Namibia

  • Private School Elnatan
  • Tsumeb Gimnasium
  • Windhoek Afrikaanse Privaatskool
  • Privaatskool Moria
  • Prviaatskool Keetmanshoop
  • Pro-Ed Akademie
  • The Dolphin Elementary and Secondary School
  • Brightstart Montessori School

References

  1. ^ Lebone II College of The Royal Bafokeng
  2. ^ Saint Conrad's College

External links

  • IEB official site
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