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There is often a bit of confusion among parents and pupils when it comes to learners choosing their school subjects. This is because there is minimal understanding of the importance of the choice or the difference between Mathematical Literacy and Technical Mathematics. Here is a breakdown of the difference between the two.


Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, has announced that matric rewrites will continue despite school closures. Motshekga was speaking at a media briefing in Free State during an update on the sector's efforts to combat Covid19.


Matriculants in Harrismith have said that they are weeks behind in their schoolwork as a result of protests. This is bad news as this year's Matriculants are still feeling the brunt of last year's gaps in the school curriculum.


If you are wanting to get a new Matric certificate because you lost it, here's how to go about it.


The Minister of Basic Education has sent some encouragement over to the Matric Class of 2021. Her department has also given some updates when it comes to what's happening in the sector.


Preparation is key to acing your exams and past papers are a great way to prepare. Here, you can find Grade 12 past paper for your Mathematics, Mathematics Literacy and Technical Mathematics P2 exams. Good luck with your paper!


The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) has stipulated requirements detailing what students need to achieve academically in order to attain a Bachelor's Pass. 


The National Professional Teacher's Organisation, what we know as NAPTOSA, has welcomed a decision by the Department of Basic Education to cancel mid-year exams for Grade 12 pupils. This is being done to afford learners more class time. 


The Department of Basic Education has decided to cancel the May/June Matric examinations. Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, announced this during a Portfolio Committee meeting and gave insight into why this move is being made.


With thousands of candidates now sitting down to write their May/June Matric exams, which includes Matric rewrites, this year’s numbers are said to be lower than previous years. The May/June exam season commenced on 26 May.


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 final Matric exams period is a whirlwind for South Africa’s Matric Classs as they cram in their final exam prep while trying to remain calm. Matric exams are a very stressful period for any Matriculant, here are the times where anxiety might creep up and what you can do about it.


It is crunch-time for Matrics! Twelve years of schooling and seemingly endless learning experiences have all lead to this moment, the last few weeks before the final Matric exams.


The Matric exams are the final measure of your success in high school and they can either build on the success you've had in previous years - or you can make up for bad Matric results in the past by doing well in the Matric final exams. This doesn't come by accident - you need to be organised and use the limited time in the best way. Here are some Matric tips for you!


Matrics will soon be deep into preparing for their mock exams and ultimately the final matric exams of their school careers in two months’ time. We have some insight into how you can get good Matric results in your Matric mock exams.


Are you doing your Matric and you need to take a supplementary exam? Here are some of the answers to frequently asked questions on matric supplementary exams with all you need to know.

 


With Matric exams looming, desperate learners and students who feel that cheating may be their only shot at passing should reconsider, and not only for ethical reasons, an education expert says. Here's what you should do instead of cheating on your Matric exam.


With your finals looming on the horizon, you should probably be thinking about revising your work. But it can be difficult, so here are some revision tips for all you Matrics out there.


We can all sometimes have a bad day when writing an exam. If you had a bad day when you were writing your exams and did not pass your National Senior Certificate (NSC) - or you are perhaps unhappy with your results - you may apply to have your exam paper re-marked or re-checked.


As the 2021 academic year begins, the DBE invites candidates to register to rewrite their matric examinations.

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