Apply Now For Matric Exam Re-mark & Re-check


The 2021 matric results were recently published on Friday and some of the country’s brightest young minds got to celebrate their accomplishments, while others may have had to endure a bit of disappointment due to poor results. Here is how these candidates can apply to have their exam scripts re-checked and re-marked.


The Department of Basic Education (DBE)  has provided an online service to enable candidates to request a re-check or re-mark of examination scripts. 

In order to access the service and request to have scripts re-marked or re-checked, candidates are required to register on the e-Gov portal at and create a personal account.

This will, in turn, enable candidates to log into their profile account using their username and password. However, candidates who have already made use of the e-Registration do not have to access the e-Gov portal.

Listed below are steps candidates must follow when registering to access the online service: 

  • Open the e-Gov Portal using your browser to access
  • If not already registered, register using your ID and personal information, enter the One Time Pin to complete the registration. 
  • Log in using your username and password created when registering. 
  • Select the e-Re-Mark/Re-Check service from the available services. 
  • Use the received One Time Pin (OTP) to confirm access to the e-Re-Mark/Re-Check service. 
  • Request a re-mark or re-check for the selected subject(s). 
  • Accept the declaration by confirming the captured information as correct. 
  • Receive communication on the status of the request via e-Mail. 
  • Receive/Print Result Letter.

Re-marking will cost R104 per subject while re-checking will cost R25 and viewing will cost R200. The fees will not apply at no-fee schools. The closing deadline for re-marking and re-checking is 4 February 2022.




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