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Will state matrics’ varsity dreams be dashed by late issuing of results?

26 August 2020 - 05:47 By Prega Govender
Public schools are concerned that matriculants might be at a disadvantage of not getting placed in university because results will be released much later.
Public schools are concerned that matriculants might be at a disadvantage of not getting placed in university because results will be released much later.
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Some believe private school matrics stand a better chance of being accepted at university because their results will be released earlier than those of public schools.

But the IEB says varsities only make allocations once all results are in. Is this true?

 

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