Where can I complete my matric in South Africa?
Anyone in South Africa who is 21 years of age and older can obtain a South African adult matric completely free of charge through the Department of Basic Education (DBE).
They can study on their own, or enroll in an Adult Matric course at an adult learning center (ABET).
How many subjects do you need to pass matric in South Africa?
When you are in Matric, you must study seven (7) subjects. To pass your Matric, you must do well in six (6) subjects.
You are allowed to fail one subject and still pass Matric. It is however best to do well in all seven subjects.
What are the requirements for matric?
Must obtain 40% in your Home Language. Must obtain at least 40% in two other subjects. Must obtain at least 30% for three other subjects.
It is important to note that one of your languages must either be English or Afrikaans to qualify for a Higher Certificate.
How long is matric in South Africa?
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) is a South African Qualification awarded to learners who pass Grade 12 in High School, which is also known as Matric.
It takes 3 to 5 years to complete a National Senior Certificate.