How to check matric results online
How to get your matric results from the Department of Education
Finding your matric results online is a fairly easy process if you follow these steps
- Visit the website of the Department of Education matric results page.
- Enter your examination number.
- More personal details may be required.
- Press ‘search’.
- Your matric results will now come up.
How to get your Matric Results via SMS 2022
Follow these simple steps to check your Matric Results via SMS
- Go to new SMS message on your phone
- Fill in your Exam Number as the message
- Send the SMS to this number: 45856
- Note that the SMS will cost R3,00 (Free SMS does not apply)
- Your exam number will be checked – if you send an incorrect exam number it won’t work
- You will get your results once they are made available on February 2023
National Senior Certificate Results by Province
Here are a few links to the provincial Department of Education. If you have any difficulty finding your results, you can contact your provincial department for help. Or you can follow these links to find the provincial online matric results.
Some provinces also give their results on their websites
- Eastern Cape Matric Results
- Free State Department of Education
- Gauteng Education Department
- KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Education
- Limpopo Education Department
- Mpumalanga Education Information
- North West Grade 12 Information
- Northern Cape Matric Information
- Western Cape Matric Results
Telephone numbers for provincial and national Departments of Education:
- National office: (012) 312 5845/6/7
- Eastern Cape: (043) 604 7709/73
- Free State: (051) 404 8000
- Gauteng: (011) 355 0588
- KwaZulu Natal: (031) 327 0538/0331
- Limpopo: (015) 290 7747/7830
- Mpumalanga: (013) 766 0033
- Northern Cape: (053) 839 6585
- North West: (018) 384 3100/51
- Western Cape: (021) 467 2483
How To Get Your Adult Matric Results -How to check matric results online
Students can get their Adult Matric Results online from the Department of Basic Education website.
There are several websites that claim to be doing the same thing, however, checking your results online through the department is the safest.