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Guide To Check Your Matric Results Online

Gone are the days of running around schools or dealing with stacks of paperwork to find your old or new matric results.

Thanks to the magic of the internet, checking your matric results online is now a breeze. Whether you wrote the National Senior Certificate (NSC), SACAI, or IEB exams in South Africa, we’ve got you covered with a step-by-step guide for hassle-free results checking.

Checking Matric Results Online with ID Number (NSC and SACAI)

Step 1: Prepare your ID Number:

Before diving into the online world, make sure you have your Candidate Number and South African ID number handy. If you need clarification onyou’re your Candidate Number, reach out to your school or local circuit for assistance.

Step 2: Visit the official website:

Open your web browser and head to http://portal.sacai.co.za/; this will take you to a login page where you’ll enter your ‘Candidate Number’ and ‘ID Number.’

Step 3: Enter your Candidate Number and ID Number:

Carefully input your Candidate Number and ID Number into the designated spaces. Double-check for accuracy to avoid errors.

Step 4: Submit and Wait:

After entering your details, hit the enter key. The website will process your request, so be patient during the loading process.

Step 5: Access Your Matric Results:

Once the website fetches your results, they’ll appear on the screen. You can view subject-wise grades and contact your school or relevant authorities if you have questions.

Step 6: Print or Save Your Results:

To keep a record, use the options on the website to print or save your results as a PDF. This step is vital for future reference, especially when applying for further studies or jobs.

Checking Matric Results with ID Number Using an App

For those who prefer mobile apps:

  1. Install the MatricsMate App from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
  2. Open the app and enter your ID number and exam number.
  3. Your results will be displayed, and you can save them on your device.

Checking Matric Results Online with Exam Number (NSC)

Step 1: Gather Relevant Information:

Before starting your search, have your Examination Year, the correct web address (https://www.education.gov.za/MatricResults/ExamResults.aspx), and personal information, including your exam number, ready.

Step 2: Visit The DBE Website:

Go to the Department of Basic Education’s official website and use your exam ID to search for your results.

Step 3: Submit and Wait for Results:

Enter the necessary information and click the “Search” button. The website will process your request, and results will be displayed once retrieved.

Step 4 and 5:

The website will take a moment to process your request, and once retrieved, your overall grades and subject marks will be displayed.

How to Get IEB Matric Results

Visit https://www.ieb-online.co.za/asp/login.aspx. Enter your exam number and date of birth. Make sure the details are correct, click ‘Submit,’ and view or download your results.

Getting Your NSC Matric Results by SMS

Send a text message including your examination number to 45856. You’ll receive an SMS containing your matric results. Each SMS costs R1.50.

Obtaining Your Matric Results From School or Exam Centers

Apart from online and SMS services, check with your school or exam center during the release period for your results.

Keep an eye on local newspapers or listen to radio announcements during the results release period.

Difference Between NSC, SACAI, and IEB

To simplify the differences:

  • NSC: Department of Basic Education’s standard matric qualification.
  • SACAI: The alternative route is aligned with the National Curriculum Statement.
  • IEB: An independent assessment body conducts rigorous exams for private schools.

Choosing between them depends on your educational needs and goals, whether you prefer flexibility (IEB or SACAI) or standardization (NSC).

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