IEB matric results out – where to get them online

The Independent Examination Board (IEB) has released the results of its matric class of 2015, reporting a 98.30% pass rate

This is a very slight drop from the 98.38% of pupils who wrote its matric exams in 2014 and passed.

To find your results online, you can visit the portals set up by eNCAEWN, or News24.

Currently, EWN and News24’s matric results sites publicly list the distinctions every pupil achieved, while eNCA’s portal requires that you enter both your surname and exam number to view your results.

Of the 10,212 full-time and 563 part-time pupils from 200 schools across southern Africa who wrote the IEB exams, 85.26% achieved entry to degree study compared with 85.45% for 2014, the IEB said.

A total of 11.66% of pupils (11.56% in 2014) qualified for entry to diploma study and 1.37% (also 1.37% in 2014) achieved entry for study at the Higher Certificate level.

This year 10,212 pupils wrote the IEB examination, compared with 9,976 in 2014.

IEB 2015 matric results comparison graphs
IEB 2015 matric results comparison of results, via eNCA

Eight new institutions

The increase of 236 pupils was largely due to pupils from eight new institutions that joined the IEB and increases in learner numbers at existing schools across South Africa and in Namibia, Swaziland and Mozambique.

The percentage of pupils learners scoring 40% and above in physical sciences was 86% and the percentage scoring 40% and above in mathematics was 88.30%

Applications for re-marks are on January 8 2016 and those results will be released on February 1 2016. The closing date for pupils who want to enrol for supplementary exams is February 5 2016.

Of the 51 candidates for the ‘Combined Abitur-NSC’ qualification offered by the German schools in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Pretoria, all passed with entry to degree study.

The qualification consists of five subjects assessed by the IEB and seven subjects assessed by the German education authorities.

In terms of a government-to-government agreement, successful pupils in the Combined Abitur-NSC are recognised by German education authorities for entry to German universities and by the South African education authorities for entry to South African universities.

Reported with News24.

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