With only a few days left for the class of 2021 to receive their matric results, many people are curious about how they will check their results online because usually the school makes them available later and newspapers are very expensive on this day. Well, there’s no need to worry because nowadays you can check your results using your cellphone with these simple steps that will only require your identity number and your examination number.
When it comes to checking your matric results, it will always be a stressful experience. Many matriculants before you suffered tension and anxiety in the days leading up to the release of their results, and matriculants after you will likely experience the same. So it's critical to keep things in perspective and avoid becoming overwhelmed by the situation at hand. Instead, be grateful that you weren't a matriculant during a time when matriculation results were made known to the general public, as you might otherwise be.
1.Using a text message
By using the SMS portal, you may check your matric results even if you don't have a smartphone or internet access. If you want to check your matric results and receive them as soon as they are announced, this is a quick and convenient method. To verify your results through SMS, simply follow these steps:
Send your ID number and exam number to 35658.Before you send the message, double-check that both numbers have 13 digits. Please keep in mind that there is an R3 registration fee, and you will receive your matric results on the day they are announced.
2. Using a Website
As an alternative, you can check the results on these websites as soon as they are available:
You can easily do so by following the steps outlined below, but keep in mind that you will only be able to access your matric results online once they have been made public (on January 21, 2022).
Step 1: Go to the Department of education website.
Make a start by visiting the Department of Basic Education's matriculation webpage. You can do so by visiting this page. The website is zero-rated, which means that you can visit it even if you do not have access to a data connection.
Step 2: Register for a new account
You must first establish an account in order to receive your examination results. To set up a new account, you will need to enter your 13-digit ID number, 13-digit exam number, first and last name, your email address, in addition to your email address and password, and your password.
After you have entered this information, you will be required to authenticate your identity before you will be able to view the information you have requested.
Once you have created an account, you can access it by entering your email address and password in the appropriate fields. From that point, you will be able to navigate to the results of your matrices.
In the event that your matric results aren't what you expected them to be or what you required them to be, it isn't necessarily the end of the world. Don't get too worked up over it. Instead, think about taking a supplementary exam in the middle of the year to improve your National Senior Certificate exam results. You can still enroll in a university the following year, which provides you with more time to prepare for life at the collegiate level.
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