Not happy with your Matric results? Well, here’s your second chance. Matric rewrites give you the option of improving your Matric results should you feel the need to.
Matric results are important in helping to shape what you are going to do next after high school. If you found that your results weren’t what you wanted, you can apply for a Matric rewrite.
These rewrites are helpful if you failed or did not get the marks you needed to get into the higher education institution or programme you wanted. Perhaps you missed an exam or simply want to improve your marks, this is a way to do so.
Candidates can register for the June or November NSC examination to improve their results at the beginning of each year.
How to Apply For A Matric Rewrite
You will need a copy of your ID and your Matric certificate or statement of results to register. Once you have compiled all the necessary documentation, you may visit your local district office to apply for a Matric rewrite.
If you want further support to make sure you’re prepared, you can apply online via the Second Chance Programme website. The Second Chance Programme provides various study materials and face-to-face classes.
The following opportunities to rewrite exist:
- National Senior Certificate (NSC) supplementary exams which are usually in March
- National Senior Certificate (NSC) progressed learners (learners who wrote the NSC the previous year but did not sit for all 6 subjects) which are usually in June
- Part-time NSC candidates (learners who attempted the NSC examinations post 2015) which are usually in November