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Have you ever wondered why getting your Matric certificate is so important? Certification and accessible resources is the guiding light you need for your future success. We have the resources and information you need to unlock all your future opportunities.


If you're looking to have another go at your Senior Certificate exam or just want to improve your past result then you're in luck, because registrations for the 2022 Senior Certificate examinations have just opened. 


The Matric certificate, also referred to as the National Senior Certificate (NSC), is issued to learners who have passed according to the National Curriculum. There are different types of these matric certificates depending on the level of achievement by the learner.

 

Matric certificate is also referred to as National Senior Certificate NSC. The certificate is an assurance that the leaner has achieved the exit level learning outcomes provided by the National Curriculum. There are different types of these matric certificates depending on the level of achievement by the learner.


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!


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.


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.


Do you want that degree but need to improve your grades first? The Matric second chance programme is an opportunity to better your Matric results and future! Senior Certificate registrations are now open!


In the 2021/22 academic plan, the Government has decided to introduce a General Education Certificate that will be awarded to learners after completing a certain grade. This is to promote other schooling and post-schooling options that are valuable to learners. 


The Second Chance Matric Programme is everything you need to rewrite you matric exams. Rewriting matric can be lonely and difficult but the Second Chance Programme will assist you with your studies. 


If you want to obtain your National Senior Certificate (NSC) outside of a high school, and you are wondering if Unisa is a good option, we have the answers you are looking for.


If you did not meet the minimum requirements or want to rewrite some of your matric subjects, you can now register to do so through the Second Chance Matric programme. Here's what to do.


The National Senior Certificate and the Senior Certificate are different in a very simple way. Where the one is school-based, the other is examination based, but there are also other differences. 


The Department of Basic Education updated the NSC & SC June 2021 examination registration dates.


The matriculation exemption is a legal requirement for the first-degree study at a South African university. Did you know that there are different types of matric exemption certificates. Read further to find out more.


Youth Capital has now retracted a petition which asked for the Department of Basic Education to shift the date for the Class of 2020 to register for a Matric rewrite. They have now clarified the process of registration with an official at the Department of Basic Education.


The closing date for learners to apply for matric supplementary exams, is said to leave very little time for them to apply and now the Department of Basic Education is being urged to extend the deadline. 


Mark capturing for this years National Senior Certificate exams have now begun. The department is said to be days ahead of schedule during this years matric marking season.


With the department nearing the end of this years Matric marking session, they are said to be ahead of schedule which further motivates there being no delay in the release of results.


In recent years there have been many success stories of people completing their matric certificate long after their school going years have passed.


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