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How to Combine Your Subjects or Credits to Get a Matric Certificate

How to Combine Your Subjects or Credits to Get a Matric CertificateH

If you wrote matric in more than one examination sitting and you want to combine your credits to qualify for a National Certificate, i.e. Senior Certificate (SC) or National Senior Certificate (NSC), you must apply for Replacement certificate: change of status. The department does not automatically combine your credits, unless you wrote a supplementary examination.
You can apply for confirmation statement of results while waiting for the National Certificate.


What should you do?

Pay the prescribed fee by postal order at the Post Office, cash at DBE/PED office or by cheque.
Go to the nearest DBE/PED offices with the following documents:
Your results from all examination sittings
The original identity document (ID) and a certified copy.
The proof of payment
Alternatively you can download form, Replacement Certificate: Change of Status, fill it in and post it with the attached documents including the postal order to: Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001
How long does it take?
It takes four to six weeks for Replacement certificate: change of status. The combination statement of results is obtainable immediately.


How much does it cost?

It will cost you R107.00 for the Replacement certificate, and if you want a statement of results, it will cost you an additional R45.00. These fees are valid from 01 April 2018 until 31 March 2019.

Form to complete
Replacement Certificate: Change of Status


Who to Contact

National office: 012 357 4511/13
certification@dbe.gov.za
Eastern Cape: 043 604 7709/73
Free State: 051 404 8000
Gauteng: 011 355 0588
KwaZulu-Natal: 031 327 0538/0331
Limpopo: 015 290 7747/7830
Northern Cape: 053 839 6585
North West: 018 384 3100/51
Western Cape: 021 467 2483
Mpumalanga: 013 766 0033

Source: DOE

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How to Apply for a Replacement of Your Damaged or Lost Matric Certificate

How to Apply for a Replacement of Your Damaged or Lost Matric Certificate

Have you lost or damaged your matric certificate? If yes, no problem. If you lost or damaged your original matric certificate, you can apply for replacement at the Department of Basic Education (DBE) or Provincial Education Department (PED) by completing the Replacement application form.

You can request for the statement of results while waiting for the issue of your certificate.

If the certificate is damaged, you must return the damaged certificate to the Department of Basic Education (DBE) or Provincial Education Department (PED).

What should you do?

  • Pay the prescribed fee by postal order at the Post Office, cash at DBE / PED office or by cheque.
  • Go to the nearest DBE/ PED offices with the following documents:
    • An affidavit stating what happened to your certificate (i.e. if it is lost or damaged) the original national/ senior certificate (if it is damaged), this is not applicable if it is lost
    • The original identity document (ID) and a certified copy.
  • Alternatively you can download form, Application for a Replacement Certificate Std’s 5,6,7,8,9,10 or Grade 12, fill it in and post it with the attached documents including the postal order to: Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001

How long does it take?

It takes between four to six weeks for a Replacement certificate to be issued (for records on the system). You can obtain your statement of results immediately.

For records not on the system, it will take longer as records needs to be retrieved from the Archives and loaded on the system.

How much does it cost?

  • Replacement certificate: R107.00
  • Statement of results: additional R45.00

You may apply and pay for the re-issue ONLINE (www.eservices.gov.za)

National and Provincial Contacts:

  • National office: 012 312 5845/6/7
  • Eastern Cape: 043 604 7709/73
  • Free State: 051 404 8000
  • Gauteng: 011 355 0588
  • KwaZulu-Natal: 031 327 0538/0331
  • Limpopo: 015 290 7747/7830
  • Mpumalanga: 013 766 0033
  • Northern Cape: 053 839 6585
  • North West: 018 384 3100/51
  • Western Cape: 021 467 2483

Source: Department of Education

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How to Pass Matric With a Bachelor

How to Pass Matric With a Bachelor

 

We all need good results in our academic studies. Good results can help you get scholarships and entrance at good academic institutions. So here are some help for you to get good matric resuls. How to pass matric with distinctions.

 

1.Break up your remaining workload into small sections. It’s easier to complete small sections than attempt to sit down for hours, studying textbooks in one go. Tackle the workload one section at a time.

What to do with your matric results, pass or fail.

2. Visualise your plans for next year. Match your vision with the performance you need to get there. You still have other subjects to write, so it is important to not abandon the vision; the jackpot is within sight.

Things to do after passing matric

3. Continue to put in solid and consistent effort on your remaining work. Don’t be tempted to take unnecessary days off with the intention of cramming later.

4. Don’t let negative emotional energy impact on what you can still achieve. If things did not go well at the beginning of your exams, remember that renewed and continued effort can mean the difference between a range of study options and limited prospects.

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Source: Bona

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Matric Rewrite: The Second Chance Programme

Matric Rewrite: The Second Chance Programme

You can improve your matric by registering for a matric rewitr second chance programme free from the Department of Education. Find a matric rewrite center in your district.

 

Benefits

  • Learners are able to meet the requirements of the NSC or SC and obtain a Grade 12 matric certificate
  • Increase learner retention
  • Increase computer skills, job opportunities and career pathing
  • Learners are able to access bursary opportunities for further studies
Targeted Subjects
  • Accounting
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • English FAL
  • Geography
  • History
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics Literacy
  • Physical Science
  • Life Sciences

COSTS

There are NO COSTS! All tuition is offered for free!!!!

SUPPORT PACKAGES

Face to Face Classes:

  • Offered by Grade 12 teachers with an excellent track record
  • Offered at 50 venues, mainly in rural and semi-rural areas, nationally for June and November examinations only.

Multimedia Broadcasting Solutions

  • Telematics Broadcasts at selected schools – nationally except GP
  • Internet Broadcasting Programme (IBP) at selected schools in the Free State
  • HD Open View Television Broadcast s – Channel 201 at 36 venues, nationally or privately (500 000 households connected)
  • Dstv Channel 319 , Mindset Television Broadcasts (4.5 Million households connected)
  • SABC Education Geleza Nathi broadcasts weekdays on SABC 1 from 5am to 6am with repeats at 11pm
  • SABC Education Geleza Nathi YouTube videos

Digital Online Course Via Internet

  • Online course to support learners
  • Available throughout the year
  • Compatible on all devices
  • Available offline via the CAP at libraries, community centres, etc. (Mzanzi Online Libraries Project)
  • Can be accessed on personal computers or at the 74 Vodacom centres, libraries, community centres, etc.
  • No data costs for Vodacom subscribers utilising the Vodacom E – Learning site

Printed Resources

  • Mind the Gap in 8 of the 11 subjects
  • Past question papers
  • Study tips
  • Maths and Science textbooks
  • Available at Face to Face classes or from District Offices and DBE Offices
ADMISSION FOR REGISTRATION
  • Supplementary Exam Candidates: Learners who wrote the NSC the previous year and qualify to write a maximum of 2 subjects to meet the requirements of the NSC Examinations which are written in February/March. Face to Face Classes will take place in Feb/ March for a period of 12 hours.
  • Progressed Learners: Learners who wrote the NSC the previous year but did not sit for all 6 subjects (multiple options) and will write the examinations for the outstanding subjects in June. Face to Face Classes will take place in April/June for a period of 30 hours.
  • Senior Certificate (amended) Examination Candidates: Learners registered to write the Senior Certificate (amended) examinations in June. Face to Face Classes will take place in April/June for a period of 30 hours.
  • NSC Examinations Part-time candidates: Learners who attempted the NSC examinations post 2008 and will write the examinations in November. Face to Face Classes will take place in August/September for a period of 30 hours.
VENUES

Contact your District Office/DBE website or call centres for the contact details of the following venues:

Face to Face venues

Multimedia venues and Broadcast schedules

1. Open View HD Broadcasts

2. Telematics Schools

3. IBP Schools

4. SABC Education Geleza Nathi Broadcasts on SABC 1

NYDA Centres

Internet Access Sites

1. Vodacom Centres

2. Mzansi Libraries On-Line

3. Thusong Centres

4. SABC Education Geleza Nathi YouTube Videos

Places to Upgrade or Improve Your Matric Results

You may also find private colleges to rewrite your matric. Note that at private colleges there are fees involved.

 

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Ways to Get 2018 Matric Results

Ways to Get 2018 Matric Results

Here are the ways you can get matric results for 2018.

When will the matric 2018 results be released?

  • The IEB (Independent Examinations Board) announces the private schools matric results at 00:01, the morning of Thursday 3 January 2019.
  • The Department of Basic Education will release the state NSC matric exam results, excluding the Western Cape’s, on Friday 4 January 2019.
  • The Western Cape NSC results will be released on Saturday 5 January 2019.

Matric Rewrite: The Second Chance Programme

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga will announce the national matric pass rate the evening of Thursday 3 January.

Where can we get the results?

You can get easy access to them via a number of different options:

1. News24

You can get your results on News24’s Matric Results website and mobisite: matricresults.news24.com.

Register now to receive an SMS the moment the results are released.

2. School 

The Department is encouraging learners to get their results from the schools or centres where they wrote their exams. (Call first to make sure they’re open). This is fun as classmates can gather round and celebrate or commiserate together. The certificate will be printed and posted only weeks later.

3. Newspapers

The results will be published in all major daily newspapers. You’ll need to know your exam number (no names are published). You won’t be able to see subject results, only whether it’s a pass, Bachelors pass, etc.

Where to Get MATRIC Results: Get Your Results Now

4. Send an SMS

For state schools:

The Department of Basic Education and SABC Education have partnered again to offer instant results via SMS.

Register via SMS by sending your identity number followed by your exam number to 35658. After your registration has been successful you will receive a confirmation SMS. SMSs cost R1 (free SMSs don’t apply).

Bursaries and Scholarships Closing in January 2019

For IEB results:

If you have already provided the IEB with your cell phone number, your results will automatically be sent to that number. If not, you can register by sending an SMS to 35135. Use the following text in the message:

Results Examination Number Birth Date (ccyymmdd). Example: Results 173456789012 19980121

You will receive a message confirming registration has been successful. Please note that the SMS costs R3. For more information, visit the IEB website.

Free Online Courses for 2019

5. Use the USSD service

On the day that the results are released, dial *120*35658#. After answering multiple questions, you are required to enter your ID number. You’ll then receive your results per subject. You will have the option to opt in or out to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. USSD rates apply.

6. IEB and DoBE websites

Have your exam number ready, and bear in mind that website traffic will be high, so expect delayed response times.

7. Call the Department

If you have the courage to hold for – potentially – a very, very long time, you could dial 082 152 to receive your matric results.

Places to Upgrade or Improve Your Matric Results

Source: Parent24

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