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Recently Unisa announced that their examinations will take place in a single period at the end of the 2021 academic year. While this sparked outrage from students, many are now wondering whether examinations will take place online or in person. 


If you want to rewrite you matric exams or improve on your matric marks but aren't sure how many times you will be able to write, we are here to help.


Unisa has allocated a single examination period for the 2021 academic year. The exams will mostly take place online to accommodate for the Covid-19 restrictions. 


Unisa have informed students that they are working on plans to allow the May/June exams to still go ahead despite the national lockdown currently underway.  They have been dealing with the NSRC and Department of Health in working out the plans to allow the exams to go ahead while keeping students safe.


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. 


The Minister of Education has announced that the matric results for 2019 will be announced on the evening of Tuesday 7th January 2020.


Exams are a stressful period in any students’ life, which is why leading consumer brands company Procter & Gamble South Africa has shared a few useful tips to help students realign and focus their attention in order to achieve anything they set their mind to.


The Department of Basic Education is considering engaging Eskom on the possible effect of load shedding on matric exams.


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The Department of Basic Education says security around matric exam question papers have been tightened, in a bid to also avoid leaks. The 2019 matric exams will begin on 23 October and wrap up on 28 November 2019.

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