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HOT| Motshekga drops a very terrifying update about Matric results

Minister of Basic Education talking at a press instructions.

The matric class of 2021 last, most important test commencement has started. Students have around fourteen days to go before they sit for their first paper on 27 October 2021. The Department of Basic Education (DBE) Minister Angie Motshekga guarantees the public that the matric class of 2021 is prepared. 

As indicated by Minister Motshekga, matric students have covered all points of the educational program and schools have set up additional work for the matric class. 

The DBE has announced that throughout 700 000 full-time students will sit for their 2021 matric last and the Minister said it's all frameworks go. 

Motshekga said the office empowered maintenance of students which may have prompted the huge numbers that will be sitting the last matric tests this year. 

The Matrics of 2021 were among the hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, at the pandemic struck while they were doing Grade 11, and it proceeded all through 2021. 

With pretty much fourteen days left until the last, most important tests, the DBE has postponed its arrangements on how it will continue with the third round of National Senior Certificate (NSC) assessments during the pandemic. 

The 2021 matric test paper was set pre-pandemic in 2019, and Motshekga said the educational program hasn't been changed to oblige the Covid-19 pandemic difficulties. 

We will not say we will get 100% pass however schools have done all that could be within reach to get great outcomes. 

The office has additionally declared the accompanying significant dates for the 2021 matriculants: 

• 20 January 2022–Minister declares results 

• 21 January 2022 – Provinces discharge results. 

• 27 October 2022 – National Senior Certificate tests begin. 

• 7 December 2022 – Last day of matric tests. 

• 6 January 2022 – Umalusi assesses results. 

Motshekga energized the significance of supporting students and guaranteeing that they stay school until they acquire their matric. 

The DBE Minister has hoped everything would work out for all matriculants and encouraged guardians and networks to help them during this distressing time.

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Angie Motshekga DBE Department of Basic Education Motshekga


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