Matrics who contract Covid-19 may only write final exams next year

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This year’s supplementary exams, which are written by those who failed or want to improve their marks, were postponed as a result of the pandemic. Picture: iStock
This year’s supplementary exams, which are written by those who failed or want to improve their marks, were postponed as a result of the pandemic. Picture: iStock

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If you’re in matric and you get the Covid-19 coronavirus during your final exams, you’ll only be finishing your schooling career next year.

This could mean that scores of matrics could have to write the supplementary exams during mid-2021 to obtain their National Senior Certificate.

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