Matric Second Chance Programme 2022

Matric Second Chance Programme Registration 2022

Matric Second Chance Programme Registration 2022. Have you written your matric examinations in 2021? Are you not satisfied with your matric results? If your answer for both questions above is yes, worry not, there is a matric second chance programme you can register for and improve your matric results.

The Department of Basic Education allows you a second chance to get your grade 12 results improved. Read further below to learn how to register for matric second chance programme in 2022.

Objectives for the programme

The objective of the Second Chance Matric Programme is to offer young people who have failed to meet the requirements of the National Senior Certificate examinations a second chance to obtain a matric thereby improving quality of life.

The programme will started in 2016 and registration for participation will only be open to learners that attempted the NSC examinations in the previous year.

The aim of the programme is to provide support to: learners who wrote the previous academic year matric examinations and qualified to write one or two subjects in the supplementary examinations in February and March the following year.

The Benefits of Matric Second Chance Programme

Learners are able to meet the requirements of the NSC or SC and obtain a Grade 12 matric certificate.

Increase learner retention.

Increase computer skills, job opportunities and career path opportunities.

Learners are able to access bursary opportunities for further studies.

How to register for Matric second chance programme 2022

To be registered you will need to submit the following:

Completed registration form

A certified copy of your ID document or birth certificate or passport (foreign candidates)

Repeater candidates must attach a copy of their previous highest qualification

If you have you entered and wrote any other Grade 12 or equivalent examination before you will need to supply the examination numbers for those exams.

The following candidates will qualify for admission to the Senior Certificate:

Adult learners who are 21 years and older who have:

A General Education and Training Certificate (GETC); or

A Grade 9 school report (or the old standard seven). stating that they have passed Grade 9 or Standard 7; or

A recognised equivalent qualification obtained at NQF Level which requires two official languages.

Candidates may register at any provincial education office OR register online on The provincial education offices include the provincial head office, the district office or a circuit office.

For information on registration criteria, subject choices and promotion requirements visit the Senior Certificate page on


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