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Obtain your Adult Matric and better your chances to get employed, promoted and start the career you want.


Though it is often hard to hear, rejection is a reality for many students in the university admissions process. Some students can feel defeated when they are not accepted by their first choice university or college, but this does not have to be the end of the road.


The Matric Class of 2021 have been through a challenging year and are currently preparing to write their final examinations which will officially begin on 27 October and end on 7 December 2021.


Practice makes perfect and I firmly believe this. With Siyavula Practice, you CAN master Maths and Physical Sciences. Their exam preparation helps you to apply what you’ve learnt to real life exam questions.


Matric examinations not only determine whether you'll be able to study further, your matric results also has a big impact on your future.


NSFAS is a governmental institution which provides financial support to disadvantaged students who wish to further their studies. However, does NSFAS fund Matric rewrites? 


The desire to improve matric results is within any individual who feels that they didn’t do their best in the last exam sitting. Whatever the case may be, we have answers to your question.


Another chance is now upon us as the Department of Basic Education opens registrations for Matric rewrites for November. The closing date is looming so register now!


Math is everywhere. Mathematics is a powerful tool that can be used to solve problems in many fields, including computer science, engineering, physics, and biology.


If you have written the matric rewrite examinations in May/June of 2021 and you’re wondering how you could access your results, keep reading to find out.


 

MATRIC!!!! Such an exciting yet scary, uncertain, stressful, confusing, exhausting year. Matrics of 2021, are you ready for what is too come? Life after matric is....well, let's just say a handful. Here is some advice for you.


The Department of Basic Education has now released the results for the 2020 Matric exam rewrites, also known as the Second Chance Matric Programme. Over 230 000 candidates sat for this round of Matric exams.


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If you're a student in South Africa who is concerned about passing matric, then you should know that it's not as easy as you think. To be eligible to receive the National Senior Certificate (NSC), you must earn at least 30% for each subject in which you are enrolled. If not, then unfortunately, you will not be able to pass matric.


Did you not pass or complete your matric? Now you have the opportunity to do so. College SA now offers the Amended Senior Certificate programme. The Amended Senior Certificate is the equivalent to the National Senior Certificate (NSC) also known as matric.


The Woza Matrics 2021 Catch Up Campaign is a remote learning support programme aimed at the Class of 2021 matriculants. It seeks to provide catch up on curriculum learning, Grade 11 and matric revision, as well as exam preparation. It is brought to you by the Department of Basic Education (DBE), in partnership with the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) and the Education Training and Development Practices SETA (ETDP SETA).


If you want to complete your high school or improve on your marks, don’t worry! There are many schools and colleges offering bridging or matric courses which allow you to continue your studies. Bridging courses can help you bring your matric results up to university standards quickly and easily.


Are you looking to complete your matric? You now have the opportunity to study complete your matric, take it while you can. Oxbridge Academy makes getting ahead in life easy.


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.


Kristal Duncan-Williams from Youth Capital gave some advice for Matrics looking to enter the workforce immediately. Youth unemployment is a major issue in South Africa and greater focus needs to be placed on not only graduates looking for work, but Matriculants as well.

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