Class of 2019 have started with their Matric exams, only few weeks left and then they will have their much-deserved rest before they start a new chapter in their lives as most will be leaving home to further their studies mostly in Gauteng Province.
A total of 1700 public schools and 63 independent schools will write the exams and the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga will release the 2019 NSC results on January 7.
According to the Department of Basic Education, the minimum requirements to obtain the National Senior Certificate 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 School-based Assessment component in the subjects offered.
If pupils do not succeed or would like to improve their results, they can register for the June NSC examination.
As Botlokwa Online we wish only the best for the Class of 2019..."A re ageng setshaba se bohlale sa go bala dibuka"...Below are some of the past exam papers which will help our learners as the prepare for their exams.