The Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, will deliver the 2020 matric results on the 22nd of February 2021. Understudies from the 2020 matric scholarly year will be capable to get their results the following day on the 23rd of February through SMS, USSD, newspapers or at their assessment places.
Understudies can likewise get to their matric results 2020 on the web. This will occur on different stages. To get to the 2020 matric results on the Department of Education’s site, follow these means:
- Step 1: Visit the Department of Basic Education website.
- Step 2: Register using your details. (Please note you can only register for matric results until February 22nd the day before the marks are released).
- Step 3: Click on the link for 2020 NSC exam results.
- Step 4: Enter your examination number.
- Step 5: Your results will appear on the screen.
- Step 6: Click the download button and print.
Matric Results – How are they getting calculated? Am I getting 10% Extra?
Jan Badenhorst explained how the matric results are being calculated and answers some questions on this topic in a Live Stream Video on 16 February 2021.
Missed the Live Streaming Event? We have it right here:
Live Stream Video Discussion Points:
Subject marks can be subject to a 10% addition or deduction by Umalusi. This will only occur if the average of the subject is very different from previous years.
The addition and deduction work as 10% of the value of the mark you received, not 10% overall. For instance, if you got 50%, 10% of 50 is 5.
That means 5 per cent will be added to a chosen subject mark. Watch the live stream to get a deeper understanding of the matric results.
For any students who attended private schools that were part of IEB, the same steps apply on the IEB website when the results are released.
The online news platform, News24 has a webpage dedicated to the matric results. As soon as your results are released, they will be posted here for anybody to see.
Matric College is also a worthy news source that will release the 2020 matric results on its website as soon as they are made public. This is another way to find your results as soon as they are released.