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How to Check Lunghile Nursing College Matric Results Online 2023-2024


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In South Africa, matriculation (or matric) is the final year of high school and the qualification received on graduating from high school, and the minimum university entrance requirements. The first formal examination was conducted in South Africa under the University of the Cape of Good Hope in 1858.

Lunghile Nursing College is one of the recognized institutions in South Africa and the entire Africa. The institution allows the learner to study at their own time and preferred place. Distance learning also allows the learner to study and work simultaneously. Lunghile Nursing College offers different higher education courses. to know if you can study Matric at Lunghile Nursing College or you require a Matric certificate to join Lunghile Nursing College , kindly Check it the Lunghile Nursing College Official Website or Lunghile Nursing College Student’s Portal

To Check your matric go to: http://matric.co.za/matric-results-release-date

How To Check Old Matric Results Online

  • Step 1: Visit the Department of Basic Education (DBE) website.
  • Step 2: Select the quick link for the exam results.
  • Step 3: Insert your examination numbers.
  • Step 4: You might need to provide more personal information.
  • Step 5: Click the search button and your Matric results will appear.

What Time Will Matric Results 2023 Be Released?

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has announced that the Matric results release date for 2023 is the 20th of January. It is expected that the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga will announce the outcome of the final exam at 18:00, on the 19th of January 2023 in a media briefing.

What Time Will Lunghile Nursing College Announce Matric Results?

The Minister of Basic Education of South Africa, Minister Lunghile Nursing College will announce the Matric results for the class of 2022 on Thursday 19 January 2023.

Students will only be able to get their results from their schools and exam centres the next day. So you can get your personal results on Friday 20 January, from your school or exam centre.

How To Get Your Matric Results Via SMS 2023

  • Send your ID number and exam number via SMS to 35658.
  • Both numbers must have 13 digits to be accepted, and there is a once-off cost of R3 to register.
  • Once registration is completed, results will be delivered by SMS when they are released.
  • Please note that the SMS will cost you R1.50
  • You will receive your Matric results once they are available

Use the USSD service by dialling *120*35658#.

  • After answering multiple questions, enter your ID number.
  • You’ll receive your results per subject after you have 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.

Will Matric Results Be Published In Newspapers?

Yes, Matric results will also be published in newspapers, just as they are yearly. Newspapers usually run out quickly, which means you buy them as soon as they are published.

Below is a list of some of the newspapers that publish Matric results. Please note that each province has a different newspaper:

  • The Rapport
  • The Argus
  • The Star

Will My Name Appear In The Newspaper?

No, your name will not appear in the newspaper. In fact, all of your personal information will be protected. This is due to the (POPI) Protection of Personal Information Act also known as the POPIA Act.

The only information that will appear in the newspaper is your examination number. This number is only provided to you (Matric student) before the final examination. You are the only person that will have access to your examination number, which in turn, people will not have.

Not Posting Some Matric Results: Decided By The DBE (Department of Basic Education)

New information regarding Matric results being published was released by the DBE (Department of Basic Education).

The Department of Basic Education has decided to only publish some Matric results. This means you can now decide whether you would like to have your results published in the newspaper or not.

Forms were sent out to the class of 2022, to give their consent to publish their results online and in newspapers.

Here is what Elijah Mhlanga, spokesperson of Education has to say:

“We received a lot of responses, and we are currently processing that, and that’s why we are working throughout December to make sure that by the time the results are released by the Minister on 19 January everything has been done and this is the first time it is happening, so there is a lot of work to be done.”

He further mentions that the department will not publish Matric students’ results if written permission is not given by the Matric students.

How Can I Get My 2023 Matric Results?

You can get your Matric results at the school or exam centre where you completed your Matric final exams. Visit them and ask for your Matric results.

Can I Check My Matric Results With My ID Number?

Your Matric results can be obtained using your Identity Document (ID) in the following ways:

  • On your smartphone, open the Apple Play Store or Google Play Store
  • Download the Matricsmate app
  • Enter your ID number and exam number as requested
  • You will be able to access your Matric results once they are released

How To Check Matric Results Online

You can check out your Matric results online through the Department of Basic Education (DBE) website this way:

  1. Visit the website of the Department of Basic Education (DBE)
  2. From the menu, click “Exam results”
  3. Click on the NSC exam results button
  4. Your exam number will be needed
  5. In case more information is needed, please provide it
  6. To begin searching, click the search button
  7. As soon as the results are available, you will see them

How Can I Get My Matric Results On My Phone?

  • Open the dial pad in your smartphone
  • Enter *120*35659# (codes are subject to change)
  • Please enter your personal information

You will be able to access your Matric results once you have filled out the required information

How Many Subjects Do I Need To Pass Matric?

In High School, you need seven subjects to study Matric. To pass Matric, you must pass all seven subjects or six subjects. Please note that you are allowed to fail one subject and still pass Matric. However, this subject should not be your Home Language.

What Happens If I Fail Two Subjects In Matric?

If you fail two subjects in Matric, you fail the class. In this case, you have to apply for a rewriting course to rewrite your final examination. You can apply for the Rewrite Matric Course through Matric College.

The Rewrite Matric Course allows you to rewrite a minimum of four subjects. We also provide you with our tutors and study material to assist you in the course. In this course, you simply study and prepare for the final exam.

When you pass the final exam, you receive a Matric Qualification that is issued by Umalusi.

What Happens If I Fail A Rewrite?

If you fail the rewrite exam, you get another chance to rewrite. At Matric College, you can rewrite as many times as you can. However, we ensure that you have enough resources to pass the rewrite exam when you write it the first time. These resources include:

  • Course Experts
  • Tutors
  • Study material
  • Grade 12 past papers and memos

You can further your studies at Matric College today.

NB: We have courses for students who do not have Matric, failed or passed Matric. You can study courses that help you obtain skills and knowledge that are needed to gain employment or start your own business.

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Originally posted on February 6, 2023 @ 12:40 pm

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