Get a head start by studying for your matric exams using these helpful links
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With the final National Senior Certificate exams coming up it would be advantageous to get a head start on studying with these useful study guides.
The matric class of 2021 were disadvantaged in their final years of schooling, with both their Grade 11 and 12 years, being disrupted by the pandemic.
This has lead to a loss in face-to-face learning time despite the Department of Basic Education putting in plans to help make up for that loss of learning time.
To add to this dilemma, their mid-term June exams were cancelled as the time was used to make up for the lost learning time.
Winter schools continued regardless, yes but the impact of the pandemic on the Class of 2021 is far greater.
The national matric final exams are scheduled to last six weeks, starting on the November 1 and finishing on December 7.
It will start later than previous years to ensure that matriculants receive enough time for learning and teaching.
Subjects such as life orientation, and the practical exams for computer application technology, information technology, performing arts, and visual arts and design – will be written earlier, before November 1.
So don’t waste any more time and get yourself prepared with these useful links which will direct you to study guides and memos of past papers.
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