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Department of Basic Education Matric examinations (The National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations 2023

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NSC Examinations – Department of Basic Education Matric examinations Results 2023/2024

NSC Examinations - Department of Basic Education Matric examinations Results 2022/2023

NSC Examinations

NSC Examinations – Department of Basic Education Matric examinations Results 2023/2024 The  National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations commonly referred to as “matric” has become an annual event of major public significance. It not only signifies the culmination of twelve years of formal schooling but the NSC examinations is a barometer of the health of the education system.

The first national examination, under the newly elected democratic government was administered in November 1996, following a highly decentralized approach.

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When Will the Matric Results be Released?

The most Frequently Aked Question is Releae Date of Matric Results Release Date -The Nsc Examination Results,

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The Department of Basic Education is expected to declare the cohort 2022  National Senior Certificate Matric Results on February Once Umalusi, the council for quality assurance in general and further education and training, has officially approved the results with no systemic irregularities reported.

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What is the role of Umalusi?
Umalusi is responsible for the quality assurance of assessment in the Grade 12-year and issues the National Senior Certificate to successful candidates.

How to get Matric results after its official release.

After the official release of Matric results by department of Basic Education, Candidates will be able to get their results from their school/centre where they wrote the exams, By SMS or online via Department of Basic Education website page or Via MatricsMate App.

How to get my matric results Online

  • Download the MatricsMate App – it’s free app , that aids you to view your results as soon as they are available.
  • Check matric results VIA department of Basic Education Website here

How to get my matric results via SMS

How to get my matric results via SMS

  • Send your identification (ID) number and exam number via SMS to 35658. Both numbers must have 13 digits to be accepted and there is a once-off charge of R3 to register. Once registration is completed, results will be delivered by SMS when they are released.

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How to get my matric results VIA USSD code – Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)

  • Use the USSD service by dialling *120*35658#. After answering multiple questions, enter your identification number. You’ll receive your results per subject after you’ve completed the process. You’ll have the option to opt in or out to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. USSD rates apply.

How To Get My Matric Results Newspaper

South Africa’s biggest newspapers will carry every registered result in their special editions on January 2020. They publish the learners’ exam number rather than their name, so once you’ve familiarized yourself with those all-important digits, you could discover your educational fate from the national media.

After the official release of Matric results by department of Basic Education, Candidates will be able to get their statements of results from their school/centre where they wrote the exams. Candidates’ partial results will be available on the Department of Basic Education website.

FAQs on NSC Matric Examinations

The National Senior Certificate Examinations

When will the final National Senior Certificate examination be conducted?
From October to December of each year.

Must a learner register to write the final National Senior Certificate examination?
Yes, before 15 March of the year that a learner will sit for the final examination. All subjects to be written, including those from approved assessment bodies must be registered.

Who is eligible to write the National Senior Certificate examination?

  • Current Grade 12 learners
  • Anyone whose School-based Assessment validity has not expired may register as a part-time candidate for the NSC examinations. The School-based Assessment validity expires after 3 years from the date the candidate first wrote the NSC exams.

What are the minimum requirements for a candidate to obtain a National Senior Certificate?
The minimum requirements are:

  • Achieve 40% in three subjects, one of which is an official language at Home Language level and 30% in three subjects.
  • Provide full evidence in the SBA component in the subjects offered

Is there a second chance for National Senior Certificate candidates who have failed the final examination?

The supplementary examination in February/March has been phased out and is not available anymore. Candidates can however register for the June NSC examination to improve their results. For further details on who qualifies to register for the June examination, please click here.

Remarking, rechecking and viewing

Candidates may apply for re-checking or re-marking of examination answer scripts immediately after receiving their results. The closing date for application for a re-check or re-mark is usually announced in January. Application forms for re-checking or re-marking of examination answer scripts are available from schools or examination centres. Read more…

Withheld examination results

Candidates’ results are normally withheld due to irregularities, but those candidates whose results have been blocked or withheld have the right to appeal. When a candidate is informed that the results are withheld, they can do the following:

  • Enquire, preferably in writing, and request the reasons for the withholding of the results. Candidates may also contact the district office or their school for assistance
  • You can visit the nearest office of the Department of Education in your area to enquire about your results or make any other examination-related enquiries you may have.
The amended Senior Certificate as an option to consider

A new policy for the Amended Senior Certificate for adults and out-of-school learners was published in August 2014. This policy allows adults, who are 21 years and older, who have no previous credits, to write the Senior Certificate examination, which will be based on the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS), the curriculum that is currently being offered in schools. Read more…

Higher Education Institution requirements and support

What are the minimum requirements for further studies relating to Higher Certificate, Diploma and Bachelor Studies?

  • Higher Certificate. The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, the Quality Assurance Council. Institutional and programme needs may require additional combinations or recognised NSC subjects and levels of achievement.
  • Diploma. The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, the Quality Assurance Council, coupled with an achievement rating of 3 (Moderate Achievement, 40% – 49%) or better in four (4) recognised 20-credit subjects. Institution and programme needs may require additional combinations of recognised NSC subjects and levels of achievement.
  • Bachelor’s Degree The minimum admission requirement is a National Senior Certificate with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution as certified by Umalusi, the Quality Assurance Council, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 (Adequate Achievement, 50% – 59%) or better in four (4) recognised 20-credit subjects. Institution and programme needs may require additional combinations of recognised NSC subjects and levels of achievement.

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