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NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE GRADE 12 BUSINESS STUDIES FEBRUARY/MARCH 2013 MEMORANDUM MARKS: 300 This memorandum consists of 28 pages. Copyright reserved Please turn over Business Studies 2 NSC – Memorandum DBE/Feb.–Mar. 2013 NOTES TO MARKERS 1. For marking and moderation purposes, the following colours are recommended: Marker: Senior Marker: Deputy Chief and Chief Marker: Internal Moderator: 2. Red Green Black/Brown/Pink Orange The numbering of Assessment Standards is in accordance with the principle of progression from Grades 10 to 12, e.g. the first Assessment Standard is 12.1.2. Candidates' responses must be in full sentences for SECTIONS B and C. This would depend on the nature of the question. A comprehensive memorandum…show more content…
(See MARK BREAKDOWN at the end of each question.) If the candidate identifies/interprets the question INCORRECTLY, then he/she may still obtain marks for insight. If a different approach is used by candidates, ensure that the answers are assessed according to the mark allocation/subheadings as indicated in the memorandum. 9.8 9.9 10. 11. Take particular note of the repetition of facts. Indicate with a R. Subtotals to questions must be written in the right-hand margin. Circle the subtotals as indicated in the breakdown of marks which appear at the end of each question. Only the total for each question should appear in the left-hand margin next to the appropriate question number. Allocate TWO marks for complete sentences. Allocate ONE mark for phrases, incomplete sentences and vague answers. Please note that with effect from 2012 (final examination) no marks will be allocated for indicating Yes (√√)/No (√√) in evaluation type questions requiring substantiation or motivation. (Applicable for SECTIONS B and C) With effect from November 2013, no marks will be allocated if the headings 'Introduction, Conclusion, etc. in 'Insight' is not supported by an explanation.' 12. 13. 14. Copyright reserved Please turn over Business Studies 5 NSC – Memorandum DBE/Feb.–Mar. 2013 SECTION A QUESTION 1 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6
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