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The Minister of Basic Education has been adamant that the school year will continue and matric students will write exams despite the growing spread of the coronavirus. There are some simple tips that you can follow to help you stay on track while studying at home during the lockdown.

If you're a matric student, studying at home may not be easy to adjust to during the lockdown. This is why the Department of Education and the SABC have set up a few resources that you can use to help you continue learning at home.

Department of Basic Education

Learners who did not pass matric or needs to upgrade their subjects results are encouraged to apply for the second chance with the Department of Basic Education.

Failing matric can be devasting for many and often students think they have no other choice than to give up their studies or go work at a place where they can get in. We have compiled a list of alternatives for all matriculants who have failed matric but still wish to make a success.

We all know and understand the disappointment that comes with not achieving the results you wanted. For many students this means exams, after which you naturally will choose a career pathway and move on with life. While this may be simpler for some, what if you don’t get the results you expected?

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