Find the final 2019 IEB matric exam timetable here

Are you ready for the matric 2019 exams?
Are you ready for the matric 2019 exams?

The private school matrics who follow the IEB exam schedule will kick off their final exams on 23 October, ending their sittings on 29 November.  

Keep track of the IEB examinations by checking out the schedule below. For links to last year's IEB exam papers and memos, scroll through to the bottom of the page

Also see: Matrics 2019, you can do it! Here's how Parent24 can help

Good luck!

IEB exam timetable 2019

IEB exam timetable 2019

IEB exam timetable 2019

IEB exam timetable 2019

IEB exam timetable 2019

*Courtesy of the Independent Examination Board (IEB)Follow this link for the original version.

Past IEB matric papers

Follow this link to access past exam papers, which we'll keep updating. 

For more IEB subjects, click here.

Matric study guides

Click here for a list of free downloadable study guides in various subjects, from maths to English FAL.

IEB matric results

We cannot confirm the exact date the IEB matric results will be available, but they're expected to be released in the first week of January 2020.

Also see: 7 ways to access your matric results

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