Use Woza Matrics To Ace Your Matric Exams
Woza Matrics has officially launched today. The Department of Basic education launched this programme to help matric learners catch up with school work. Classes will be broadcast on TV channels, online platforms and radio.
Learners will now have access to learning materials and study tools. Classes will be available to watch on SABC 3, DStv and Openview (Channel 122).
The programme airs 2 days a week. On Mondays and Thursdays, it airs from 23:00 until 00:00 and weekends, it's on from 6:00 until 10:00.
For those doing the Second Chance Matric Programme, revision programmes will air seven days a week, from 4:00 - 5:00 and 22:00 - 23:00.
If you happen to miss it, it will also be available for free on the DStv Now Catch up app.
Woza Matrics covers a range of grade 12 subjects like:
- Maths Literacy
- Life Sciences
- Physical Science
- Accounting, Economics
- English First Additional Language
- Business Studies.
Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga is happy that the programme has come at the right time for matric learners.
This initiative has come at the right time when we are working to get schooling back on track.
“It is abundantly clear that additional support is required for learners and we will continue to provide this. There are a few months left before the end of the year and Woza Matrics will give learners the support they need to prepare for the final exams,” said the Minister.
NSFAS has opened its application season for learners and out-of-school youth who will be studying at public universities and TVET colleges in 2022. However, some applicants have had trouble finding their courses listed on the NSFAS website.
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