Department of Education : Matric Rewrite Results Is Out . Where do I have Check DBE May/June Matric Rewrite Results ? Department Of Basic Education (DBE ) has released the may/june Second Chance matric results for 2022 today, 3rd of August 2022….Thus This Article is to guide you on how to Fetch Your 2022 Matric Rewrite Results .
More than 290 000 candidates participated in the 2022 May/June Grade 12 examinations. These participants comprised of individuals participating in the National Senior Certificate (NSC) and Senior Certificate (SC) examinations.
The candidates who participated in the NSC exams wrote the NSC exams in 2021 and previous years but did not obtain the full requirements to obtain their matric qualification. SC candidates are adult candidates that are over 21 years and have completed a minimum of Grade 9 or an ABET level 4 qualification.
The Department says exams went smoothly with few interruptions recorded. The exam period began on 9 May 2022 with the final paper being written on 28 June 2022.
DBE Chief Director National Assessments and Examinations Rufus Poliah has thanked all roleplayers for their contribution to the successful 2022 May/June Grade 12 examinations.
He said, “In terms of the success of the exam thus far, I want to extend my sincere appreciation to all our colleagues who work beyond the normal call of duty both at the provincial level as well as our colleagues at DBE”.
Poliah explain that officials worked hard to ensure that question papers are delivered to schools on time and that the scripts are collected on time. The post-examination administrative period is now underway which includes the marking of exam scripts and capturing of marks.
Where To Check DBE May/June Matric Rewrite Results
Where To Fetch DBE May/June Rewrite Matric Results
Statement Of Result Should be Fetch at the Exam Centres .
Combination Of credit / results is not automatic …Thus Apply at any Education Offices .
If You Wrote NSC In June , You may register in August to Rewrite in November 2022 .
If You Wrote SC In June , You may register in October to Rewrite in June 2023 .
How can I get my matric result by SMS 2022?
- The USSD code is *120*35658#. …
- When you register for matric results using the SMS, send your ID and exam number to 35658.
- You will receive a confirmation message with your marks.
- For the mobile phone service, charges are applicable.
How do I check my DBE May/June Second Chance Matric Results online
- Step 1: Visit the website of the Department of Education matric results page.
- Step 2: Enter your examination number.
- Step 3: More personal details may be required.
- Step 4: Press ‘search’.
- Step 5: Your matric results will now come up.
If you lost or damaged your original matric certificate, you must 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.
Can I combine my matric results even if I failed?Unfortunately you cannot combine marks. You have to present both your original certificate and the one with the new marks when applying for tertiary education.
What happens if you fail two subjects in matric?
If you have failed more than two (2) subjects, you have two options:
- (a) – you could apply at a school or private institution to re-do your matric year.
- (b) – you can apply to a TVET College to obtain a National Certificate Vocational .
Is upgrading matric results a good thing?
Improving your marks will help open many doors for your future. By being able to reach a Bachelor’s Degree pass or a higher APS score, you will have more tertiary education opportunities. With a matric certificate, you are also more likely to find employment.
How many times can you rewrite matric?
You can apply to rewrite your matric year again, though you would have to wait slightly longer to achieve your academic goals. There are also Adult Matric and Matric Upgrade option for people who do not succeed in the second chance exams
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