Last Chance To Register For IEB Matric Exam Remarks

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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. 
 


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The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) has reminded learners that they have less than a couple of days to register for matric exam re-marks. Learners who participated in the May 2023 IEB supplementary matric exams and who are unhappy with their results can register for a re-mark this month. 

Results for the May 2023 Matric Exam rewrite were released on 29 June 2023. Some learners who are not satisfied with their results can register for an IEB Matric Exam Re-mark. 

When Is The Deadline For IEB Matric Exam Remarks?

Learners have until 7 July 2023 to register for the 2023 May IEB Matric Exams Re-mark. After submitting an IEB re-mark application, a learners’ examination will be marked for a second time to ensure that all the answers they provided are duly marked and that all marks are correctly calculated. 

When Will Learners Get Results of IEB Matric Exam Re-marks?

Learners who registered for an IEB Matric Exam Re-mark will receive their results on 27 July 2023. This means that learners will have to wait just 20 days after the deadline to receive the outcome of their IEB Matric Exam Re-mark. 

What If Learners Are Not Satisfied With The Outcome Of The Matric Exam Re-Write? 

While many learners expect their results to improve after a re-mark, this is not always the case. Learners who are unhappy with the outcome of their matric exam re-mark can register for the November IEB Matric Exams. 

The deadline for learners to register for the November 2023 IEB Matric exams is 11 August 2023.  

What Is The IEB? 

The Independent Examinations Board or simply IEB is responsible for conducting and administering examinations for students in private schools across South Africa. 

The IEB operates separately from the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and is recognised as an alternative assessment provider. They set their own curriculum and standards, offering examinations that are different from the ones administered by the government's national examination body.

What Are The IEB’s Goals? 

The IEB has made it its mission to develop critical thinking skills and ethical reasoning among its learners. They want learners to gain problem-solving abilities and encourage creativity and reflection. 

They also want learners to have a love for lifelong learning, respect for diversity, and a sense of active citizenship. They believe these qualities will help shape individuals who are not only knowledgeable but also contribute positively to their communities and uphold the principles of equality and social harmony.

 

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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.

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