Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of matric.

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Examples

  • "At the moment we have already enrolled 1272 pupils, but we still have a lot of Standard Fives coming from the primary schools and the matrics are another point of contention," Moqhaka principal

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  • On Tuesday, Motshekga said the Gauteng Education Department had budgeted R42 million for a programme to allow matrics who failed last year a chance to rewrite the exams this year.

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  • Each pupil is required to encourage future matrics to strive for academic excellence and to become TMET ambassadors.

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  • If the failure rate is about 34% again, it means about 190,000 matrics will not make the grade, the newspaper pointed out.

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  • In spite of the introduction of a nationwide recovery plan, which included after hours teaching and winter schools, the Western Cape education department last week said that matrics at at least 50 schools there had yet to write their mid-year exams.

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  • The national pass rate for matrics has dropped, Education Minister

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  • As a condition of the scholarship, learners are required to become TMET ambassadors, communicating their achievements and successes in order to encourage future matrics to strive for academic excellence.

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  • It is one thing to teach Grade 1 or Grade 2 with a matric qualification, but quite another to teach other matrics.

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  • She expressed pleasure at the higher number of matrics who passed with university endorsement - up to 85,117 from 82,010 in

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  • The results of all the province's matrics were withheld for nearly three weeks behind those of the rest of the country for the allegations to be probed.

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