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The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has reminded learners considering writing the matric second chance examinations to register ahead of Thursday’s deadline.

“Registration for this second chance opportunity to write or rewrite the Matric examinations closes on 31 January 2019. As the Department of Basic Education we would encourage all learners who want to take up this opportunity to go to the departments’ website or their nearest district office and register before 31 January 2019,” said the department.

The June examination period is intended for learners who have not completed their matric, but also those who want to improve their results and write a supplementary examination as well as those who failed their matric.

How to register for a rewrite
There are a number of online resources at the disposal of learners to assist with their studies and give them the best possible chance of success.

Learners can visit www.education.gov.za and click on the link to register for the Amended Senior Certificate examinations at the bottom left of the DBE website homepage.

This will link learners to an online registration portal. Alternatively learners can visit their nearest district education office and register in person there.

Second chance to attain a Matric Certificate
“As the Department of Basic Education we would encourage all of those who qualify to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity to attain a Matric Certificate which could be the gateway to a better life.”

Learners can obtain the full list of district offices, contacts and locations on the department’s website using the following link: https://www.education.gov.za/Informationfor/EducationDistricts.aspx

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga launched the Matric Second Chance Support Programme to afford learners who failed to pass last year’s exams another chance to obtain their matric.

When is the Closing Date?

The closing date to apply for a rewrite will be 31 January 2020. No applications submitted after this date will be accepted.

 

Bad Matric results? You Have Options!

If your Matric results are not what you wanted, you still have other options.

  1. Get your exam papers remarked.
  2. Get your exam papers rechecked.

 

  1. Get your exam papers rechecked.

You should go for a recheck if you think that there was a problem with the adding up of your marks of a certain paper. This is not a remark though; they will only make sure the marks are added up properly, they will not go through every answer to check if they are correct. You must apply for a recheck at your school or Department of Education district office. The deadline is 19 January and the fee is R25 for every paper that you want rechecked.

 

  1. Get your exam papers remarked.

If you ask for a remark, then your entire paper is remarked and all your answers are checked to see if they are right or wrong. The fee for a remark is R105 per paper that you want remarked. Remember, the deadline is 19 January.

If you want to view your exam papers, you can only do that after the remark or recheck. You must apply to view your paper within seven days after the release of the remark or recheck. Viewing your paper will cost R205 per paper.

Finished With Your Matric?  What Will you do Next Year?

Congratulations on finishing your school career! If you got great marks and you are on your way to University, then you are one of the lucky few, so go for it and make a success of your higher education studies.

If you are not going to university because you could not get a space, or your marks are not good enough to get into University, there are still many options available to you.

 

What Does my Pass Mean?

 

Bachelor’s Pass

A Bachelor’s Pass means you have:

  • at least 40% in five higher credit subjects
  • 30% for two lower credit subjects
  • not failed any subjects.

With a Bachelor’s Pass, you can apply to study for a degree at a university or university of technology, you can also study for a higher certificate or diploma.

 

Diploma Pass

You get a Diploma Pass if you have:

  • 40% in four higher credit subjects
  • 30% in three lower credit subjects
  • failed one subject.

With a diploma pass, you can register for a bridging course at a Further Education and Training (FET) college or a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college, or a diploma course at a university of technology.

 

Certificate Pass

You get a Certificate Pass if you have:

  • a 40% pass in your home language
  • two subjects above 40%
  • four subjects above 30%
  • failed one subject.

You can study for a higher certificate with a certificate pass.

 

What Study Options do I Have if I Failed Matric?

There are many courses you can study if you failed matric, you don’t have to go back to school. You can immediately start with training that will help you build a real career in the world of business.

You will find lots of help and courses for students who never finished school, even if you just have your Grade ten, there are accredited courses you can study.

 

What to do if you have Failed Matric

The first step that you need to take is to find out why you failed your exams. Think about it, be very honest with yourself, and ask yourself the following questions.

  • Did I go out on the town or sit around watching TV when I should have been studying?
  • Did I think I was too cool to study and now I regret it?
  • Did I study hard enough?
  • Did I work hard in class all throughout the year or did I try to make up everything at the end of the year?
  • Did I think it was going to be easy and I didn’t put the effort in?
  • Did I become frustrated and give up?
  • Was I too sick to write my exams or were there personal issues in my life that held me back from finishing?

Once you have figured out the reason that you failed you can move onto the next step.

 

What are my Next Steps?

Now that you have figured out where you went wrong you can take steps to improve your situation. This is not difficult, but it can take a lot of time. One option, however, is to sign up with a college that offers matric upgrade or adult matric. Another option is to find a college that offers courses you can study without matric.

 

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