Worried about how you’re going to check your matric results on the 5th of January 2017? We have each method explained here, so that you don’t need to worry.
Matric exams are officially over, matric weekend has been celebrated and now to find out the matric results… The release of the matric results on the 5th of January in 2017 seems like a far off reality. The last thing you need to worry about is figuring out HOW you’re going to check your results as soon as they’re released.
Have no fear. We’re here to help.
Ways to Check your Matric Results
There are a few different ways of obtaining your results. Choose the method which is easiest for you and follow the guidelines we provide here 🙂
Here at EduConnect we wish you the best of luck with your results, your future studies and career. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to ask us!
If you end up not passing matric or didn’t receive the results you wanted – don’t worry. There are many options for you. You can use an alternative route to obtain your NQF 4, do a bridging course, study an extended degree programme or take a gap year to figure your options out.
We’re here to help and guide you all the way!
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