When Will The Matric Results For 2021/2022 Be Announced?
The DBE (Department of Basic Education) has just announced that the 2021 Matric Exams will be completed by 15 December this year.
How to get Matric results after its official release.
After the official release of Matric results by department of Basic Education, Candidates will be able to get their results from their school/centre where they wrote the exams, By SMS or online via Department of Basic Education website page or Via MatricsMate App.
How to get my matric results Online
- Download the MatricsMate App – it’s free app , that aids you to view your results as soon as they are available.
- Check matric results VIA department of Basic Education Website here
How to get my matric results via SMS
- Send your identification (ID) number and exam number via SMS to 35658. Both numbers must have 13 digits to be accepted and there is a once-off charge of R3 to register. Once registration is completed, results will be delivered by SMS when they are released.
How to get my matric results VIA USSD code – Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)
- Use the USSD service by dialling *120*35658#. After answering multiple questions, enter your identification number. You’ll receive your results per subject after you’ve completed the process. You’ll have the option to opt in or out to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. USSD rates apply.
How To Get My Matric Results Newspaper
On January 20, 2021, the country’s largest newspapers will publish special editions with every registered result. They broadcast the learners’ exam number rather than their names, so once you’ve memorized those crucial digits, you might be able to learn about your educational fate from the national press.
Candidates will be able to obtain their statements of results from their school/centre where they wrote the exams when the Department of Basic Education releases the official Matric results. On the Department of Basic Education’s website, candidates’ partial results will be available.
When the previous National Department of Education was split into two departments, the Department of Basic Education and the Department of Higher Education and Training, the Department of Basic Education was founded.
The DBE oversees all schools from kindergarten to grade 12, as well as adult literacy programs. The DBE’s mission is to create, maintain, and promote a 21st-century South African school education system.