Matric Exam Rewrite Applications Close This Week

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Not achieving the results you wanted during the November 2021 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations is not the end of the world. 


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Not achieving the results you wanted during the November 2021 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations is not the end of the world. 

There are plenty of options for you to consider if you are not satisfied with your results and want to improve it. 

The first opportunity for the matric class of 2021 to improve their results is the May/June NSC supplementary examinations. However, it is important to note that there is limited time remaining as applications for the 2022 May/June NSC examinations closes on Friday 11 February 2022. 

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 enroll in subjects that they were registered for during the 2021 November NSC examinations. 

Candidates who are younger than 21 years-old can choose to enroll in schools. Those who are older than 21 years-old are advised to register at a Public Adult Education Center. If candidates do not want to do either of the above options they can choose to complete their NSC exams through a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college. 

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