Matric results 2015 – where to get them online

The matric results for the class of 2015 will be released by the Department of Education on 5 January.

By - January 5, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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The matric results for the class of 2015 will be released by the Department of Education on 5 January at 18:00, with individual results set to be available from 6 January.

Exam monitoring body Umalusi recently said learners from 2015 performed worse than their predecessors from 2014.

“There are a number of factors that affected this year’s learner performance, which we hope we can correct,” said Umalusi council chairperson Professor John Volmink.

“The standards of the papers might have contributed to the performance, but the standards can’t be dropped just to push up the [pass] rate,” he said.

Matric results online

There are several sites available to learners who want to receive their results online.

These include:

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