The Matric Results 2019 KwaZulu-Natal Have Been Released!
Matric Results 2019 Kwazulu-Natal have been released. Matriculants of class 2019 have achieved a pass rate of 81.3%, with a 5.1% from the previous 76.2% of 2018.The leading district in KwaZulu-Natal was UGU with a 86.3% pass rate.
Where can you get Your Results?
You’ve written your last matric paper and now you’re nervously waiting for your results. The Minister of Education, Angie Matsie Motshekga announced the National pass rates for Matric Results for 2019 on the 7 January 2020. Here are a few methods to getting your matric results.
Get it at School
Your high school or the centre you wrote your final exam, are the best places to get your matric results. On the 8 January 2020, matric results will be available at high schools.
You can get your matric results online. Visit the National Department of Education’s website and enter your examination number to register and get your results.
Matriculants can use their examination number to find their results in the newspaper on the 8 January 2020. However, only the examination numbers of learners that have passed will be published along with the level you passed at, example: 173456789012 – B
SMS or USSD Service
You can receive your matric results by SMS or USSD. The process is quick and simple. This is how you can get started:
- SMS your ID number and your examination number to 35658 or
- Dial *120*35658# to register with USSD
It cost R1.50 to register for the SMS service and you will receive your results as soon as it is released. Once you have completed the USSD registration process, you’ll receive your results per subject. USSD is R1.50 per minute. Free minutes or SMSs don’t apply.
Matric Pass Rate for the Past Five Years
Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga was excited to announce that matriculants 2019 have set a new National Senior Certificate pass rate record. Here is the pass rates from the past six years:
Matric Pass Rate for KwaZulu-Natal for the Past six Years
For the past five years, the Matric Results in KwaZulu-Natal has only increased, creating a high standard for those next in line. By taking a look at the pass rates from the last six years, do you think that the matriculants of 2019 met this standard?
Do I have Options if I Failed Matric?
You might have failed matric or feel unsatisfied with your results. Don’t allow this to discourage you. Many students feel as though this is the end of the road for them but that’s not true. Take some time to readjust you mind and look at all the options you have.
Get a Re-check
Matric final exam papers are marked and counted by separate moderators. Moderators and markers attempt to make the deadline for matric results as quick as possible. A re-check means that a moderator will go through your paper and ensure that all questions were calculated correctly.
How to Apply for a Re-check
- Complete an application online with the Department of Education.
- There is a fee of R27 per paper you want re-checked.
Get a Re-mark
The Department of Education prides themselves on having several processes in place to make sure that your matric papers are marked with the highest quality. However, if you feel that the mark you received doesn’t reflect the effort you put into studying, you can have your paper re-marked. A moderator will go through your paper for the second time and mark it.
How to Apply for a Re-mark
- Complete an online application form online with the Department of Education.
- There is a fee of R122.00 per paper you want re-marked.
Write a Supplementary Exam
You get a second chance at matric. If you failed two or just wish to improve your marks, you may register for a supplementary exam and write it over. You have until the 31 January 2020 to register.
How to Apply for a Supplementary Exam
- Complete an application form at your school or online.
- Submit a motivational letter, stating why you want to rewrite.
- Submit your application along with all supporting documents to the Education District offices closest to you.
Study Without Your Matric
Yes, that’s right! Studying without matric is an option. Here at Skills Academy, we offer a variety of distance learning courses that don’t require Matric to help kick-start your career. You can join one of our ICB courses, accredited or non-accredited courses with as little as your Grade 10.
Upgrade Your Matric
If you’ve failed matric and don’t feel like studying at the moment, no problem. Take a break and when you’re ready, we will give you the opportunity to upgrade your matric results when you want to enrol with us. This can be taken at any stage of your life.
How to get Started
- Register online or call us toll free : 0800 39 00 27
- Identify which subjects you want to redo
- Select a payment plan
If you apply online, one of our consultants will get back to you and help you get started. You can start your studies within three days of registration.
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Contact Information of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Department of Education.
If you find yourself still having questions, feel free to contact the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Department of Education. Their operating hours are from Monday to Friday from 8am till 4pm.
- Postal – Private Bag X9137, Pietermaritzburg, 3200
- Address – Anton Muziwakhe Lembede Building, 3rd Floor, 247 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg
- Telephone – 033 846 5000 / 033 392 1000 / 0860 596 363
- Fax – 033 355 1213
- Website – http://www.kzneducation.gov.za/
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Last updated: January 7, 2020
Author: Tia Sauls