DBE MATRIC Results 2023 – South Africa

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DBE MATRIC Results 2023 – South Africa

The Department of Basic Education was formed when the former National Department of Education was split into two: Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and Training. The DBE deals with all schools from Grade R to Grade 12, including adult literacy programmes. The aim of the DBE is to develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21st century.

 

 

 

How to check 2023 matric results  at TUT website

Step 1: Go to Google and type TUT then click search.
Step 2:  Go to the TUT website
Step 3: Login with your student number and pin that you got when you were applying
Step 4: Click on first-time application
Step 5: click on update personal information
Step 6: Scroll down until you see type of school

At this point you will see your matric results and your symbol “Bachelor, Diploma or Higher certificate”

TUT LINK

https://ienabler.tut.ac.za/pls/prodi41/w99pkg.mi_login

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

    • The results reflected on this website are the results of the individual subjects written in the 2022 Senior Certificate midyear examinations, and DO NOT include the results of the National Senior Certificate midyear examinations.
    • Only candidates who wrote and are resulted in six or more subject will obtain a result status, otherwise the status will be reflected as “Incomplete”.
    • The Statement of Results will be available at the centres from 3 August 2022.
    • Some subject or candidate results may be excluded from the results published on this website, because of technical reasons. Please enquire at centre where you wrote or at your district/provincial office.
    • The Department of Basic Education reserves the right to change any of the information published on this website.

IMPORTANT: The next opportunity to complete or improve your results is in May/June 2023. You can register online or at a district office from 1 October 2022 to 8 February 2023. Admission requirements are on the reverse side of your Statement of Results.

How do I check my matric results online for the year 2023 in Gauteng?

How to check your Matriculation results online: Visit the webpage for the Department of Basic Education (DBE). Click the button to view exam results. Click the NSC test results link.

 

 

 

 

How do I get my matric results in South Africa by texting 2023?

Text messaging

Students can send an SMS to 35658 with their ID number and test number. Both numbers must have the same 13 digits that you registered with for them to be valid. Each SMS text message costs R1.

About Basic Education

The Department of Basic Education was formed when the former National Department of Education was split into two: Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and Training. The DBE deals with all schools from Grade R to Grade 12, including adult literacy programmes. The aim of the DBE is to develop, maintain and support a South African school education system for the 21st century.

Our vision is of a South Africa in which all our people will have access to lifelong learning, education and training opportunities, which will, in turn, contribute towards improving the quality of life and building a peaceful, prosperous and democratic South Africa.

Our mission is to provide leadership in the establishment of a South African education system for the 21st century.

 

The Department of Basic Education adheres to the following values

People:Upholding the Constitution, being accountable to the Minister, the government and the people of South Africa.

Excellence:Maintaining high standards of performance and professionalism by aiming for excellence in everything we do, including being fair, ethical and trustworthy in all that we do.

Teamwork:Cooperating with one another and with our partners in education in an open and supportive way to achieve shared goals.

Learning:Creating a learning organisation in which staff members seek and share knowledge and information while committing themselves to personal growth.

Innovation:Striving to address the training needs for high-quality service and seeking ways to achieve our goals.

 

Strategic outcome-orientated goals: Improved quality of basic education

Output 1: Improve the quality of teaching and learning

1.1 Improve teacher capacity and practices.

1.2 Increase access to high-quality learning materials.

Output 2: Undertake regular assessment to track progress

2.1 Establish a world-class system of standardised national assessments.

2.2 Extract key lessons from ongoing participation in international assessments.

 

 

Output 3: Improve early childhood development

3.1 Universalise access to Grade R.

3.2 Improve the quality of early childhood development.

Output 4: Ensure a credible outcomesfocused planning and accountability system

4.1 Strengthen school management and promote functional schools.

4.2 Strengthen the capacity of district offices.

 

 

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