How To Check Your IEB Matric Results
Getting your Matric results is a major step in your school journey and is the first step to the rest of your future career. Here's how IEB learners can collect their final Matric results.
The day Matric results are released in South Africa is a day full of buzz as thousands of South African are eager, with the obvious side of nervousness, to see their results to find out what's next in their life.
Here's how you can go about getting your Matric results as an IEB student once it's released.
Firstly, the IEB will forward the final Matric results to schools and they will then pass on the results to their candidates.
You can then view it in the following ways:
- Pupils will be able to find their results online using the IEB website when they are released.
- Results can also be accessed via SMS, using the following options:
- If the IEB has been provided with your cellphone number, your results will automatically be sent to the number provided.
- You can register by SMS by sending an SMS to 35135.
- The SMS should read: Results (your examination number) (your DOB yyyymmdd)
- You will then receive a message notifying you that the registration has been
successful and you will receive your results when they are released.
- The SMS costs R3.
As for your certificate/statement of results that is released by UMALUSI, they will be sent to your school in April after the Matric results release.
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