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Matrics have until January 22 to register for supplementary exams in subjects they either failed, were unable to write, or wanted to improve their marks in, the basic education department said on Monday.
They could do so at the schools or centres where they sat their final exams last year, the department said in a statement.
Supplementary examinations would start on February 15.
The department said pupils eligible to write supplementary exams were those who:
The department said pupils could apply to have their exam scripts re-marked, at a cost of R70, or rechecked for R12. They could also view them at a cost of R150.
It said those wanting to make use of these options should register at the district or regional office serving their school before January 22. - Sapa