Yep, we know that for many, Grade 11 is a ‘limbo land’. You’re almost done with high school, yet not really, and the clock is ticking for you to head on into the ‘real world’ and make decisions about your life. Soon it’s Matric…and then it’s the big world. This year invites big decisions partly because you can start applying to varsity with your Grade 11 marks. Am I going to study? What am I going to do with my life? Do I want to travel? What options do I have? Where can I study? There are many questions we know you have, but this is where you’ll answer them.
Attending open days can be super informative and helpful. But you need to go prepared to make the best of it. Here are some tips on making the best most of open days at all institutions.
Grade 11 is a “limboland”, you’re there but NOT quite there, if you know what I mean. This article will (hopefully) help you gather your thoughts, turn your dreams into solid goals with concrete action to back it up and get you to where you want to be.
Listen to this pep talk and give the world a reason to dance. We all need a little encouragement every now and then. Don’t stop believing, because you were made to be awesome.
What exactly do those pesky matric symbols mean? We’ll help you to decode your matric symbols so you can figure out your next step!
Decisions about choosing a career or school subjects have you confused? Here we give you the careers of the future and what you can study to get involved with these careers.
Are you struggling with Maths? Don’t worry. Help is here. Hannah breaks down 10 ways you can improve your Maths mark. Make sure you check it out, because Maths is pretty important for university applications.
We created this tutorial series to make choosing a degree or career path MUCH easier for you. We know how difficult it can be to choose what to do with your future. We’ve been in the same boat which is why we want to help you with your choices.
Does your school work tend to take a back seat? If you’re failing a test here, and forgetting homework there, and you’re just not doing well at school, don’t start identifying yourself as the person who will suck at studying. You can still end up successfully getting a degree one day. Devan knows this, because he’s done it.