How IEB Matric Exam Rewrites Work

How IEB Matric Exam Rewrites Work

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Should you be an IEB learner and you're wishing that you could have a second go at that Matric exam, you can. You will need to apply to have a Matric rewrite through a supplementary examination, here's how to do so.


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Did you know you can have a second chance at your Matric final exams? This can be done through writing a supplementary exam. 

IEB students will have their Matric rewrite for November exams take place in May. 

This exam period is for the following categories of students:

  • Students who were absent in November 2021
  • Students who wish to improve on their November marks

Students can apply for any number of subjects (except LO) and will have to write both papers in subjects that have a Paper 1 and Paper 2.

You have to apply online to the IEB.

The cost to rewrite is R1510 per paper.

Once these exams are marked and resulted, these students will apply for/receive a “combined” IEB final Grade 12 certificate.


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