IMPROVE MATRIC RESULTS


This is for those who did matric and they are not satisfied with the results, this is giving them another chance to score big. In South Africa lot of children are struggling to score high marks in matric, and the most common reason is the poor teaching standard and lack of discipline in our students. Why learners need to score high marks? In tertiary levels both Universities and Colleges they are targeting learners with high points,one of their selection method is to select best learners first then the rest will follow so to stay safe and score high.

In order to study at the tertiary level you need to get higher credits, because the competition is very tight. If you passed with low credits, it is advisable to go and improve your marks, to get high credits. Bursaries, Learnerships, Apprenticeship, only takes learners and student with high credits Here is where you can go to improve your matric results. If you have anymore information about institutions in your area, please share by leaving a message in the comment section below.

Common subjects that are you can by learners are maths, physical science, English, and accounting every year more 2000 learners improve marks of those subjects in South Africa. Below are subjects that are approved and you can improve their marks in South Africa but please note you can improve marks of Life Orientation.

Subjects that you can improve

  • Mathematics
  • Maths Literacy
  • Physical Science
  • Accounting
  • English
  • Life Science
  • Economics
  • Business Studies
  • History
  • Geography
  • Agriculture

  • We have schools that offer technical subjects most of those schools are private. Technical subjects are not found at any schools especially public. They are schools that also allow learners to marks in technical subjects, subjects that are mostly improved by learners are mechanics, Drawing, Electro-technology, and information Technology. Below is a list of technical subjects that people can improve in South Africa.

    Technical Subjects

  • Mechanical Drawing
  • Mechanics
  • Civil Drawing
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Computer Skill
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical
  • Electro-technology

  • You can improve your matric marks at any school in South Africa; they are schools that approved to allow learners to improve their matric results. Every province in South Africa have schools approved for matric results improving, below are some of those schools.

    Where to improve Matric marks

    Pretoria

  • Tshwane North college ( former Pretoria college)
  • Tshwane South College (formerly known as PTA Tech) @atteridgeville
  • Greenwood college (church street and princess park avenue)
  • East London

  • Academy of business and computer studies
  • PE

  • Hill College PE College - Old Iqhayiya campus
  • Coega. It is free but they only assist in math and science.
  • Lameka FET college ( eastern cape)
  • Mafikeng

  • Mmabatho High School
  • Qwaqwa

  • Maluti FET Motheo fet college (Bloemfontein)
  • Boksburg

  • Saint Antony's
  • Franciscan Matric Project
  • East Rand

  • Arron Moeti @Katlehong, Akanyang
  • Heidelberg

  • Ratanda Secondary
  • Ekurhuleni

  • Ekurhuleni west college, EWC
  • Western Cape

  • St Francis, Kwalanga Y2k
  • Stone fountain collage CPT (Kenilworth)
  • Cape college
  • JHB

  • Star schools @Braamfontein
  • Central Johannesburg College
  • Funda community college (next to bara hospital)
  • Oxford Combined College, Kempton Park, same street as Festival Mall
  • Thoko Thaba High School, Thokoza
  • Kwazini Adult Centre, Location: Tembisa Umthambeka, Ext 11, next to EWC
  • Durban

  • matric of excellence in DUT Futura
  • Mthashana FET College (Nongoma)
  • Zwelibanzi High School / Jojilanga. J section Umlazi
  • Mthatha

  • St John's College
  • Thohoyandou

  • Thasululo FET College
  • Polokwane

  • jeppe education center (corner market and grobler street)
  • Limpopo

  • Makidi Secondary, Sekhukhune
  • Sethula Secondary, Sekhukhune



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