Fingers crossed as matriculants learn their fate

2013-12-30 00:00

THOUSANDS of matriculants who wrote their National Senior Certificate exams set by the Independent Examination Board (IEB) will head into the new year knowing their fate.

The IEB has always boasted for producing “consistent, reliable” results in the Grade 12 National Senior Certificate with an average pass rate of between 97% and 98% and a pass with entry to degree study between 78% and 80%. The 2012 pass rate was 98,20% compared to the previous year’s 98,15%.

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