The North West Department of Education says it is pleased with how the matric preliminary exams are continuing and that no incidents or disruptions have been reported so far.
The preliminary exams started on August 29 with seven papers written so far.
The eighth paper, Computer Applications Technology is expected to be written on Monday afternoon, shortly after Agricultural Science.
The province has registered 43 485 candidates to sit for preliminaries, including part-time candidates.
The department said it has since prepared learners throughout the year, with some subjects completed while others are already on a revision programme.
“Since the beginning of the academic year, we have…
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