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Examsta is utilised to educate and assist students with their studies during the lockdown period. It aims to ensure that students enjoy their learning experience despite the challenging circumstances. It enables students to communicate with each other, share their thoughts, and collaborate in a creative environment.
The Examsta is an e-learning platform that has been developed for high school students, to create a safe and secure learning environment. Students will be able to learn from their homes or other locations. They can study on their own time, at their own speed, in the way that best suits them.
Examsta currently offers Life Sciences, History and Geography for Grade 11 and 12. Grade 10 Life Sciences is also available. Business Studies and Grade 10 Geography and History will be launching soon. Subjects are available in both the SA National and IEB curricula. Visit www.examsta.co.za to start revising!
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