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The Matric class of 2022 has been congratulated for making it through their schooling and exam period in circumstances that were not the most favourable. However, for some, the outcome may not have been what was originally planned, but thankfully there other options available for life after matric. 


The release of matric results is a high stakes time for many students and parents who have invested in the idea that a successful future is dependent on excellent matric results. Getting these final school marks in black and white can spiral some young South Africans into despair and crisis, especially if their matric results fall short of what they have hoped for.


Following the release of the Matric results of 2021, countless young people will be faced with the need or desire to adjust their study plans for this year because they did not perform as expected, while many others will be faced with the happy news that their options have increased as a result of better-than-expected results - whether this be the eligibility to enrol for higher education, or enrol for a different qualification.


The annual tradition of purchasing a newspaper to see who passed matric will not take place as the education department has decided against publishing matric results on public platforms. 


Matric results are out and you might be wanting to get your exam scripts re-marked or rechecked. You can do that by registering!


The release of matric results is typically a high stakes time for many students and their parents, but pandemic disruptions throughout 2020 are adding extra angst. This week, the anticipation will be over, but getting these final school marks in black and white can spiral some young South Africans, and their families, into despair and crisis.


You can now register for the 2021 National Senior Certificate if you are an adult who qualifies to write the matric exam. 


SABC Education has partnered with the Department of Basic Education to launch a Matric Results service. Candidates will be able to access their results across various platforms.


Now that matric exams are out of the way, teachers have started marking papers written by more than 1 million candidates this year. Results are set to be released on 23 February 2021. 


Cosas does not want matric learners to be examined on the full syllabus. It believes that learners had unequal access to educational resources, which could make it difficult for them to get good grades.
 

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