Matric exams 2016! Here's all you need to know
The matric finals are starting on Monday. We've compiled all the information to help you and your teen get through them.
The future is almost here... every matric can taste it. Now to get through these final NSC exams. And we know it's not just tough on the young adults – exam-time is tough on the whole family.
So here's a list of stories and resources you and your matrics may find useful.
Old matric exam papers
We cover every subject with hundreds of old exam papers from 2008. From maths and physical science to agriculture and dance studies, they're there. Please note that we're still loading languages – they're coming soon.
When doing these papers, encourage your child to set the alarm clock and try to finish the paper within the same amount of time they'd have when sitting for the actual paper. That way they can identify key problem areas.
Click here to see the list of all papers.
Try these self-marking exam papers free.
The NSC timetable
To see which paper is written when, click here.
Create a study timetable
We've designed a printable you can download and print out to work out your own study timetable.
Click here to download.
Matric study guides
Download free study guidesfor matric maths and maths literacy, with courtesy from Via Afrika. (We also have these study guides for Grade 11 and Grade 10.)
Study and exam tips
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What happens next year?
To share your comments, advice, stories and concerns around matric and the final NSC matric exams, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we may publish it.