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The matric class of 2018, who sat for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination, has bagged a 78.2% pass rate.

Want to redo Matric? Maybe you failed the first time around, or you just want to improve your marks. There are many options open to you; let's take a look at one government initiative.

Last week in How to Redo Matric, we looked at how you can do Matric through a TVET college or earn a Matric equivalent. This week, we look at the simple option of doing Matric as a private student at a high school.

If you want to redo Matric because your marks aren’t good enough, then we can help. Last week we looked at how to redo your Matric if you’d previously written on the old syllabus. This week we take a look at an alternative: doing Matric or an equivalent course through a TVET College.

Did you write Matric on the old syllabus? Do you want to redo Matric to improve your marks? This week in How to Redo Matric, we look at the options available for those of you who originally wrote on the old syllabus.

The matric results for 2016 show a 76.2% pass rate for public school learners - when results for progressed learners are excluded.

IEB matric results

The IEB Matric Results for 2016 have been released and students who sat for the Independent Examinations Board matric have performed very well, with a 98.76% pass rate.

There are an estimated 3.3 million illiterate adults in South Africa. The Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) initiative aims to reduce this number by offering foundational learning programmes to motivated people.

matric exams

If you are well beyond schooling age and are interested in completing your matric exams there are a few things you need to know. Find out which institutions offer matric programmes and choose the one that best suits your lifestyle.

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