Did you know there are several untapped benefits of studying past matric papers? Gear up for your matric exams and get your free History Past Papers right here. With our past papers and study tips, you can slay your finals.
Past Papers and Memos
You’re studying history, so how would you like to have a study tip from the past? There are matric exam past papers that you can access right here. These papers might not give you the answers but the past always plays a role in the present.
Why use Past Papers and Memos?
You’ll be writing a three hour history paper, wouldn’t you like some insight on it? Past papers give you an idea on the layout of your exams and how the questions might be asked. You can use them as practice papers while studying.
- Paper 1 (English)
- Paper 1 Addendum (English)
- Paper 2 (English)
- Paper 2 Addendum (English)
- Paper 1 (Afrikaans)
- Paper 1 Addendum (Afrikaans)
- Paper 2 (Afrikaans)
- Paper 2 Addendum (Afrikaans)
Passing Your Matric History Papers
With all the long essays, history can seem like an impossible subject to pass. This is where you are wrong. It might be hard but it’s not impossible. Our tips can help you ace your exam.
Time Management: Use your study time effectively. Having a well planned study schedule will help with your time management.
Past Papers: Make use of our free past papers and use them as mock tests when you are ready to test your knowledge.
Three Rs: READ, READ, READ. Many mistakes can be avoided if you read through your notes and exam paper correctly.
Effective Exam Tips
With your finals well underway, you need effective study tips to ensure that you get the most out of your study sessions.
On the day of your exams, you’ll be going through a lot of emotions. It’s best to arrive early to your exam centre. This gives you time to breath, relax and gather your thoughts. It also allows you to get settled in and maybe even fit in some last minute reading.
All matric exams come with instructions that you have to follow. Before you start writing, your invigilator will read these instructions out to you. It is your responsibility to ensure that you understand each of them. If not, don’t be afraid to ask for clarification.
Before you start writing you’ll be given some time to review your questions. Don’t throw this time away, use it wisely. This will give you the opportunity to formulate your answers.
Give an Answer for Each Question
With all the adrenaline running through your system you might blank out at a question. But don’t leave it blank. Even if you don’t know the full answer, write down what you do know. You could still get a mark for it.
Stay Until the end
Being given three hours to write an exam, might seem like too much time. Going through your paper once isn’t always enough. Make sure to double or even triple check the questions and your answers.
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Matric 2020 Exam Timetable
The matric 2020 exams started on November 5, 2020. So you should have your timetable. But just in case you misplaced it we have a copy for you. Keep track of your exams with your matric 2020 exam timetable.
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