Closing Date For Matric Rewrites Looms, Which One Should You Choose?

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If you want to obtain your matric qualification or improve your matric results, you have an opportunity to do just that during the May/June examinations season. 


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If you want to obtain your matric qualification or improve your matric results, you have an opportunity to do just that during the May/June examination season. 

 

However, the closing date for registrations is approaching quickly with individuals having until 21 February 2022 to register for the May/June National Senior Certificate and Senior Certificate examinations. 

 

Should You Register For The NSC Exams Or The SC Examinations?

 

Here’s who qualifies for the 2022 May/June NSC Examinations

  • Candidates who were absent from an examination with a valid reason
  • Candidates who want to improve their overall achievement status only want to improve their achievement in a particular subject 
  • If a candidate was absent for one exam paper of a particular subject, you will need to write all of the papers for that subject 
  • In a case where an irregularity is being investigated, a candidate may receive provisional enrollment, pending the outcome of the investigation. 

 

Candidates can only enrol in subjects that they were registered for during the 2021 November NSC examinations.

NSC candidates may only register manually at a district education office or at the school where they previously wrote their examinations. 

 

Here’s who Qualifies For The 2022 SC Examinations 

  • Adult learners who are 21 years old and older who have a General Education Certificate (GETC); or a Grade 9 school report (or old Standard 7 report) stating they have passed; or a recognised equivalent qualification obtained at NQF Level 1, which requires two official languages. 
  • Adult learners who are 21 years and older who have an incomplete Senior Certificate qualification. 
  • In exceptional cases, out of school youth, who are 18-21 years old and who could not complete their school education due to circumstances beyond their control, as verified by their Head of Department. 
  • Adult candidates who are 21 years old and older with an incomplete NSC may choose to convert to the Senior Certificate. However, should the candidate covert their qualifications to the Senior Certificate, they may not revert to the NSC and attempt to complete the NSC qualification. 

 

SC candidates may register at a district office or on the government's eservices portal: www.eservices.gov.za 

 

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