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The Matric Class of 2020 has had a tough year as they lost a lot of time to the nationwide lockdown and on top of that they are being asked to rewrite the two leaked papers. Which is why it is essential for them to prepare for the exams. And here is how they can do it...


As a student, you may feel as though you need to complete so many things in your life but have so little time to do so. As much as you try and plan your day, chances are that you may have enough time to complete all your goals for a specific day. There are many techniques that you as a student can implement in your daily life to increase your productivity and ensure that you have the time to lead a balanced life.


Headlines such as “Experts warn of low matric pass rates for 2020” are now in the media, and adding fear into a situation that already feels tense, as well as causing anxiety to students who have had so much to cope with already. Below, we note some quick and effective study tips from an interview with Dr Linda Meyer, Operations and Sector Support at Universities South Africa. 

 


As students get closer to writing their final exams, it becomes important that all the information learnt and hours spent doing homework and 8:30 a.m. lectures is retrievable on exam day. 

 


With the exam season right around the corner, I think now is a great time to talk about how to crush your final exams.


The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has launched an ePortal that learners can register for. The ePortal has a collection of educational resources that learners can access at any time on the website.


We have compiled a list of top 9 study techniques that work. Whether you are currently preparing for an exam or not, take a look at some of these exciting tips.


Not acquiring the results you wanted from your matric exams does not necessarily mean it's the end of the world for you. There are always second chances and this second chance could come to you in the form of a rewrite. Here are some tips on how to do well in that rewrite and make the most out of your second chance. 


In Matric and your school is just not doing enough to help you prepare for exams? Anxious about getting the best results so that you can get into the university of your dreams? Here are some resources to help you study and prepare better. 


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


One of the most effective ways to prepare for your Matric exams is by working through as many past papers as you can. After all, practice makes perfect.


Matric pupils sometimes find that doubts and anxieties may creep in and affect their performance. Education Expert Sifiso Minisi of the IIE, below addresses the three specific times when fear and panic may take hold and how matric pupils can identify the situation, face and deal with it so that equilibrium can be restored for optimum success.


The moment of truth has arrived for this year’s Grade 12s. With fewer than 100 days until the start of their final examinations, the Class of 2019 now has to pull out all the stops to ensure they achieve to their full potential, as their final results will play a decisive role in the options open to them in years to come.
 


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When final exams get started and for many of you the main priority is to achieve good results. But how?


Matric finals require you to have a solid study plan in place. Part of that is a study timetable and we have a FREE template that you can use!


It's exam time! This can be a highly stressful time of the year, so here are a few tips and tricks to help you keep your head in the game.


Studying for Matric exams can be stressful, and no subject inspires fear more than Physics. So we've put together some Matric Physics Study Notes for you to use.


Are you looking for Matric Maths notes? Then you've come to the right place! We have study notes for Grade 12 Maths that will help you prepare for your tests and exams.


Writing Matric prelim exams and receiving your results can be a distressing eye-opener, but learners who perform worse than they would have hoped still have time to use the experience to their advantage before the final exams, an education expert says.

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