How you can check your Senior Certificate Exam Results: Aside from waiting for the national release of results through traditional newspapers. it’s possible to find out your results as soon as they’re available on the system after the matric results release date.
This is a simple step by step guideline on how you can check your matric results online.
It’s important to note that your statement of results will be made available by the Department of Basic Education to your examination Centre. The statement will stand as an official document while you wait for your matric certificate.
However, the department has an option available for you to check your results online while you wait for your statement of results or the national release date of all matric exam results.
You can follow the instructions below to check for matric result online | Matric Results Online Check
- Visit the website of the Department of Education matric results page.
- Enter your examination number.
- More personal details may be required.
- Click on search.
- Your matric results will now appear.
The Department of Basic Education website has an online platform where all the matric results will be released.
This is one of the options when looking for your online matric results in South Africa.
All you have to do is log into the Department of Basic Education website using your examination number and personal details.
For any students who attended private schools that were part of IEB, the same steps apply on the IEB website when the Matric-online results are released.
There are several websites that claim to be doing the same thing, however, checking your results online through the department is the safest.
For information about your matric results visit Matric online result or go to the department of basic education website to check your matric result online.
UPDATES ABOUT MATRIC RESULTS.
Matric exam results will no longer be published on media platforms, the Department of Basic Education has announced.
On Monday, media houses were issued with a notice, stating that “the usual practice of publishing the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results on public platforms (media platforms) will not occur for 2021”. The results will be released on 21 January.
The department cited the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) as the reason, saying the dissemination of pupils’ personal information would be in contravention of POPIA.
In a letter to editors, dated 10 January, department spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga said matric results will be available at schools as in previous years.
“In order to comply with the provisions of the POPIA, the usual practice of publishing the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results on public platforms (media platforms) will not occur for 2021,” the letter read.
“As was also the practice in previous years, all learners will be required to obtain their statement of results from the schools they attended. In this way, every learner’s personal information with regards to the outcome of their National Senior Certificate exam will be protected.”