Here’s When 2022 Matric Remark/Recheck Results Will Be Out

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With the 2022 matric class achieving a 80.1% pass rate for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) exams, many have questioned whether there are options available for unsuccessful candidates or those who are dissatisfied with their results.

 


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At the release of the 2022 matric results Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga noted that many second chances were available to disappointed learners.

Last week, the department announced that registrations to have exam scripts reviewed were open and encouraged learners who failed or are unhappy with their exam outcomes to request a remark or recheck.

Matric learners who wish to request a remark or recheck of their exam papers have until 3 February 2023 to do so.

However, it is important to note that in order to have your exam script re-marked or re-checked, you will be required to pay a fee.

The payment for re-marking and re-checking for the 2022/23 academic period are as follows:

  • Re-marking = R120 (per subject)
  • Re-checking = R29 (per subject)

Should matric learners wish to view their exam script, they may only view scripts once  a remark or recheck of results is done.

The fee for viewing an exam script for the 2022/23 academic period is R234. The closing date to request a viewing is seven days after the release of remark or recheck results.

Results of remarking will be released from 13 March 2023 and will be available for collection at the school/exam centre where learners sat for their 2022 examinations.

Additionally, learners can register to re-take the examinations to improve their results if they are still unhappy with their outcomes after having them remarked or rechecked.

Learners who wish to retake the exams can do so during the May/June examinations. The closing date for applications for the May/June exams is 8 February 2023.

 


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