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Good News For The IEB Students After This Was Revealed To The Public

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JOHANNESBURG - Over 13,000 applicants from the class of 2021 are accepting their public senior declaration results under the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) on Wednesday morning.


The IEB pass rate for the class of 2021 is 98.39%, marginally higher than the earlier year's 98.06%.


Understudies will advance toward their different schools on Wednesday morning to gather their proclamations and choose how close to manage their lives.


Observer News addressed a couple of the top achievers, who had no clue about the way that they had acted in their matric year.


Mohamed Zidan Cassim is the top achiever at St David's Marist Inanda, having scored 10 differentiations yet only a couple of hours prior he was sleeping attempting to quieten his nerves.


"I've invested a ton of energy conversing with companions and attempting to unwind, to discuss other stuff yet more often than not we wind up discussing the outcomes at any rate since it gets so close that we are truly anxious with regards to it," he said.


The Chilinkhwambe twins from the Maragon Mooikloof School are likewise among Gauteng's sparkling stars, packing 12 qualifications by and large.


Amanda and Michael had a film long distance race on Tuesday night fully expecting their results.


"That is the most ideal way for me to bring down my stress. Regardless of whether I'm watching a film or simply drinking tea, keeping myself careful, particularly to abstain from terrifying and afterward overthinking it and afterward putting yourself down this wormhole of just disorder and tension," said Michael.


What's more his twin sister Amanda said: "I'm expecting to simply watch Netflix to quiet my brain and advise myself that this is simply one more day despite the fact that we are getting our results. Simply quiet my psyche and advise myself that whatever I see on the paper I have done my absolute best."


IEB CEO Anne Oberholzer said the way that tests occurred during the fourth influx of COVID-19 was declaration to the strength and limit of their schooling local area.

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