The wait will soon be over for the 790 405 matric students who wrote exam this year. The matric results for the National Senior Certificate exams will be announced on the evening of Tuesday 7th January 2020.
The matriculants will be able to collect their individual results the next morning – either online or from their schools.
Western Cape matriculants normally have to wait one additional day to collect their personal results.
Matriculants are invite to REGISTER ON MATRIC 2019 SERVICE to get their results online and for lots of great information on advice for continuing with their studies and careers next year.
The 2019 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations – which saw 790 405 students sitting for 147 question papers in 7 416 examination centres nationwide – have been successfully concluded.
The Department of Basic Education said it was pleased that the exam process had gone smoothly.
The last papers, Agricultural Technology and Design, were written on Thursday.
“This brought to an end a process that commenced more than a month ago involving thousands of officials in the NSC examination administration system.
“It is indeed gratifying that the 2019 National Senior Certificate examination went fairly smooth, with only a few, manageable incidents across our examination centres,” said Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga.
Motshekga said the few hiccups included load shedding in parts of the country on the first day of the exams and service delivery protests in the North West which led to the relocation of learners to other examination centres.
Learners who were affected by load shedding during the Computer Applications Technology (CAT) and Information Technology Practical examination wrote their exam today.
Marking commenced earlier this week in some provinces and is expected to be concluded on 14 December 2019.
“As a department, we are proud to be able to pull off such a big examination year after year, without major hassles that could compromise the integrity of the exam,” said the Minister.
She thanked the teachers, students and parents for their efforts towards making the examinations a success.