Matric Advice

With the holidays almost over and preliminary exams on the horizon, Grade 12s are on the cusp of entering one of the most stressful periods in their school careers. The relatively calm few weeks they still have ahead of them should therefore be used to plan their post-school options, which will free up their physical and emotional energy so that they can wholly focus on doing their best in their final exams.

Do you want that Degree but need to improve your grades first? The Matric Re-write programme is an opportunity to better your Matric results and future! Applications are now open!

Are you struggling to find an affordable way to do your matric? Feeling a bit lost? Not knowing how to complete your matric? Careers Portal have compiled all the contact information for you.

If you lost or damaged your original matric certificate, you must apply for replacement at the Department of Basic Education (DBE) or Provincial Education Department (PED) by completing the Replacement application form.

The  National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations commonly referred to as “matric” has become an annual event of major public significance.

Each candidate must offer six subjects in order to qualify for the amended Senior Certificate.

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.

A growing awareness of post-matric anxiety has prompted government and mental institutions to provide support services to matriculants and their parents.

With the end of the year drawing to a close, Grade 12 students all over South Africa are experiencing sleepless nights as they furiously cram for their matric finals. What many don’t realise is that the worst is yet to come: the job market for matriculants is worse than ever as many companies are focusing on job retention rather than expansion, due to the economic climate.

As the Matric Class of 2018 settle into their final year of school and get to grips with the challenges of the year ahead, an education expert has warned that they need to start thinking about their plans for next year sooner rather than later.

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