Matric is a means to an end, which opens the door to one’s future. Many South Africans did not complete their matric and that may limit their opportunities. At Auxilio cc our younger generation gets the opportunity to complete matric in the comfort of their home and we can assist those that dare to try again to successfully complete the task.
There are two matric qualifications:
|NSC (National Senior Certificate) This used to be the SC (Senior Certificate)
|ASC (Amended Senior Certificate) Adult learners who are 21 years and older.Only in exceptional cases will learners aged 18-21 be accepted for this qualification.
|Any one of the following: A grade 9 report that states that the learner were promoted or progressed.A General Education and Training Certificate (GETC) for Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET).A NQF Level 1 Certificate which requires two languages.A recognised equivalent qualification obtained at NQF Level 1 which requires two official languages.An official document of approval from the relevant HOD confirming that a learner who has received home education prior to Grade 10 has reached the required level in Grade 9.
|Any one of the following: A General Education and Training Certificate (GETC), Auxilio is in the process of registering with SACAI to provide the GETC.A Grade 9 school report (or the old St. 7), stating that they have been promoted or progressed.A recognised equivalent qualification obtained at NQF Level 1 which requires two official languages.Adult learners with an incomplete Senior Certificate qualification. (The matric qualification before the NSC)Adult learners who are 21 years and older with an incomplete National Senior Certificate and whose School-Based Assessment (SBA) validity has expired.
|It is one exam sitting, but the learner must allow him/herself the time to study work covered in the 3 years (Gr 10 – 12)
|You must complete the SBA (School/ Site based assessment) for each year (Gr 10 – 12) in 7 subjects and write the final examination.
|Write the final examination in 6 subjects.
|In each year the learner must achieve: 40% in 3 subjects, 1 of which is an official language on Home Language level.30% in 3 subjects. One subject may be less than 30%, provided that the complete SBA is submitted in this subject.
|40% for 3 subjects of which one must be an official language on Home Language level. 30% for 2 subjects of which one must be an official language on First Additional Language level.20% for 1 subject.
|Where can I register for the qualification:
|Any private or public school, accredited by Umalusi.Any distance education provider registered with one of the assessment bodies that are accredited by Umalusi. Auxilio is a Distance Education Provider (DEP) registered with SACAI, which is an assessment body provisionally accredited by Umalusi.
|Department of Basic Education.Private FET college accredited by Umalsusi.
|What if I sat for the NSC and failed:
|You may register for the following exam sitting for the subjects failed, provided you have a complete SBA.You may choose to redo or complete the SBA and then register for the following exam sitting.
|How many examination sittings per year:
|There are 2 sittings per year.
|There are 2 sittings per year.