Many learners who were not satisfied with their matric results, may want to improve their results. However, not all of these learners will qualify for the upcoming supplementary examinations.
Learners who participated in the 2021 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations received their results last week. For many, the results they received allow them to pursue the next step in their educational journey.
Some learners may want to improve their results in order to gain entry into a Bachelor's Degree course or a Diploma program. The June NSC supplementary examinations provide these learners with a perfect opportunity to improve their results. However, not all learners will qualify for the May/June supplementary exams.
Here's the alternative options if you don't qualify for the June NSC supplementary examinations.
- Re-enrol for the NSC at a school. This option is only for individuals under the age of 21 years old.
- Register as a part-time candidate at a Public Adult Education Centre. This option is only available for candidates older than 21 years old.
- Register for vocational education and training at a Further Education and Training College.
The Second Chance Matric Program is also another alternative for learners who did not pass matric or want to upgrade their results. The program provides learners with resources and support in preparation to participate in the June NSC examinations or the end of matric examination season.
This includes both physical and digital resources, face-to-face-learning and broadcasting of subject material. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
There are some learners' NSC examination results that are being withheld. CLICK HERE TO LEARN WHY RESULTS ARE BEING WITHHELD.