failed matric

I Failed Matric. What now?

I failed matric? What should I do?  Now what?

If you have studied hard at school, yet still failed, we have good news for you.

You are not a failure.

The system has failed to help you pass matric or whatever grade it is that you have failed.

The system has failed. Not you.

The system has failed to help you learn in a way that works for you. Each person is an individual, who needs to learn different skills and different concepts at their own pace. Mass education doesn’t work for a large number of learners.

success-board-1097118_640Dropping out of high school, when it wasn’t not working for you is not a shameful thing. It’s a good choice to make. It’s the first step in a new direction. It shows that you have recognised that school is not ideal for you and you are looking for change. You are brave, you are motivated, you are choosing something else!

You need an alternative and we offer a solution for you.

Possibly, you could write your GED® test  and earn a recognised, foreign grade 12 equivalent*, which will open up avenues of opportunity for you in the future.

If you are over 16,  you have a laptop, tablet or desktop pc with internet, then you can start now.

Prove to yourself that you are a success!

letter-from-angelaWith a GED® credential, as with a school matric, you can apply to study further, apply for better jobs and you can follow your dreams…whatever they are.

Like our client Angela, you can have new hope!

You can do this.

 

Also read Johan’s GED® Success Story after he failed matric.

Your success is our goal!

You can start anytime that suits you. You can START NOW!

Its quick and easy. Here is the procedure:

  1. Enrol with Online GED South Africa for the online classes to help you prepare for the GED® tests. One year’s access should be enough, but you can extend it if necessary.
  2. Study the online lessons, until the programme shows you that you are ready to pass the tests.
  3. Then you book the GED® tests online. We will send you guidelines to assist with this.
  4. Write your tests with confidence.

And voila! You get your GED® credential – you get your grade 12 equivalent*.

Enrol now – send us your name, email and contact number with proof of payment. That’s all we need to get you started on the road to success!

Pay R2 300 via EFT to the following bank account:
First National Bank, Hermanus
FNB Current Account
Acc no: 62335032059
Branch: 250655
Account Holder: MRS SHIRLEY J ERWEE
Reference: Your name & surname & GED

As soon as we receive your proof of payment, we will activate your one year account on the online GED® system and email you your login and password to access the Essential Education GED Academy™ online classes.

 

 


* SAQA (the South African Qualifications Authority) has evaluated the GED® and found the  National Senior Certificate as its closest comparable qualification.