Check NSC Matric Results 2022 South Africa National Senior Certificate

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Check NSC Matric Results 2022 South Africa National Senior Certificate

Follow the guidelines on this page to check your Nation Secondary Certificate (NSC) Matric Results 2022 / 2023.

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This article covers all of the information you need to know about the Nation Secondary Certificate (NSC) Matric Results.

The current group of matriculants in South Africa began their exams on October 31, 2022, and finished on December 7, 2022.

About 923,460 students, both full-time and part-time, registered for the 2022 matriculation exams, a 3% increase over the 2021 participants.

On December 10, a crew of 52,811 markers began marking the November 2022 National Senior Certificate tests. The marking was completed on December 20th.

Keep in mind that website traffic will be heavy on the release date, thus response times may be delayed.

 

 

When will the Matriculation Results for 2022 be published?


When will the Matriculation Results for 2022 be published? Schedule for the announcement of high school graduation results in 2022.

The department has published a number of other crucial dates that learners must take note of. This consists of registration deadlines for examination reviews, comments, and retakes.

Here is the 2022 Matric Examination Results Release Schedule.

19 January 2023 — Minister to reveal Class of 2022 results.
20 January 2023 – Statement of results made available at examination centres and schools.
Last day to apply for remarking/rechecking of examination scripts is 3 February 2023.
8 February 2023 – Registration deadline for the May/June tests in 2023
Last day to enrol for the October/November tests in 2023 is March 15, 2023.

 

 

How to Look Up Your Matric Results for 2022/23

 

There are different ways to get to the Matric Results. This means that you can check the 2022 Matric Results online, in the newspaper, at high school, or on your cell phone. In the next section, we’ll talk about how each of these methods works.

The Matric Results have been put online successfully. Here’s how to check your result:

Check your Matric results on the website of the Department of Basic Education:
On Friday, January 20, 2023, the DBE website will have some of the Matric results.

Learners must go to the DBE website and give their information, such as their ID number, exam number, and email address.

 

 

  • Visit the Department of Basic Education Matric Results Portal – https://www.education.gov.za/MatricResults/ExamResults/tabid/175/Default.aspx
  • Please enter your ID Number and Matric Examination Number in the required field
  • Click on the ‘Search‘ button to access your Matric 2022 Results
  • Note: You may need the following to log in: Exam number, Home Language, Your personal details (name, surname, etc.)
  • The DBE website is zero-rated, which means it can be accessed whether you have data or not.

 

Other DBE websites

Links to the DBE’s websites are provided below:

 

Things to remember about the Department of Basic Education Result website:

The DBE website is “zero-rated,” which means that you can visit it even if you don’t have data.

The website shows the results of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination for 2020.

The Statement of Results can be found at the candidate’s school or exam center.

For technical reasons, the results of some candidates may not be included in the results that are posted on the website. If a candidate’s results don’t appear, please go to the school or exam center where they took the test.

The Department of Basic Education could change any of the information on its website if it wanted to.

If you went to a public or government school, your results will be on this site for sure.

 

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