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If you are trying to get your Matric you should consider registering for the Second Chance Matric programme.

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While the final Grade 12 exams have been commenced, the education department has revealed when candidates will receive their matric results. Thousands of learners are set to soon receive their 2023 final matric exams. 

Thousands of Grade 12 learners are gearing up for their final school examinations. The education department recently unpacked what is being done in preparation for the critical exams.

It's officially final matric exams season as matriculants at Independent schools commenced with their exams this week. Good luck to them!

Matric exam results will often determine which steps a learner can take on their tertiary education journey. Many learners who do not achieve the matric results they want choose to rewrite their matric exams.

Parents tread a delicate line during the high-pressure Matric study and exam time. On the one hand you want to be motivating for optimal performance every step of the way, but it’s easy to tip over into applying too much pressure on an already stressed-out teen. 

The May/June matric examination period came to an end in June with the matric rewrite results being released this week. Now, those who were unsatisfied with their results can apply for a chance to improve.

The wait is finally over for matric candidates who participated in the 2023 May/June matric examinations and chose to rewrite subjects. The Education Department has officially revealed when exam results will be released.

Independent Examinations Board (IEB) matric candidates who requested a remark for their supplementary grade 12 examinations can now see the outcome of this. The board released remark results on Thursday. 

IEB learners who want their matric exams to be re-marked have just a few days left to register. The registration deadline for IEB supplementary matric exams re-marks is just days away. 

Every year, individuals have the opportunity retake the National Senior Certificate examinations to secure their matric qualification and improve their results. This is done through the education department's Second Chance Matric Programme.

Although the 2022 IEB matric class achieved outstanding results, with a pass rate of over 98%, learners who wish to improve their results will now have an opportunity to rewrite the examinations.

The Matric Rewrite season is officially underway. The Second Chance Matric programme aims to provide support to those who were not able to meet the requirements of the National Senior Certificate or the extended Senior Certificate. 

Many learners around South Africa will begin writing their final school examinations on Wednesday. This comes as the mid year supplementary grade 12 examinations get underway.


Are you an IEB learner looking to improve your matric results or unable to sit for the exams? The good news is that you can apply for an IEB matric rewrite. .

If you've lost a Matric certificate, there is a way to get a replacement through Umalusi, who has released a new way of applying for this replacement.

The council for quality assurance in general and further education and training in South Africa, Umalusi, has launched a new online application system where matric graduates can replace damaged or lost certificates.

Matric results are out and you might be wanting to get your exam scripts re-marked or rechecked. You can do that by registering!

The release of matric results is typically a high stakes time for many students and their parents, but pandemic disruptions throughout 2020 are adding extra angst. This week, the anticipation will be over, but getting these final school marks in black and white can spiral some young South Africans, and their families, into despair and crisis.

You can now register for the 2021 National Senior Certificate if you are an adult who qualifies to write the matric exam. 




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