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YES, you can!

You can add subjects to an NSC qualification … BUT FIRST check that the institution/course you want to attend will accept subjects added at a later date.

Where can I study extra subjects?

To add additional NSC subjects register at one of the following institutions:

INTEC CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE
Advantage: Start immediately.
First register with your Provincial department of education early in the year in order to write.

DAMELIN: (Lecture based or correspondence studies)
Advantage: With the correspondence option you could start immediately.
First register with your Provincial department of education early in the year in order to write.

ABBOTTS COLLEGE
Western Cape Campus (Claremont and Century City)
Gauteng Campuses (Northcliff, Pretoria East and Johannesburg South)
They have a good reputation for improving marks! They do charge private sector fees!

JEPPE ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE
Johannesburg Pretoria, Vereeniging, Pietersburg.

BRAINLINE: (Correspondence)

STONEFOUNTAIN COLLEGE: (Cape Town)
Athlone (021) 6963612
Kenilworth (021) 6715791
Bellville (021) 9461427

Where can I find study help?

(1) TUTORING:

MASTER MATHS: (Some also offer Physical Science)
Offers tutor-assisted lessons on computer where you can move at your own pace.

TEACH ME 2
Offers tutoring in your home.

(2) SEARCHING ONLINE:

Search on Google using these words/terms: ‘South Africa tutors [name of your suburb or town]’ There are lots.
WARNING: Be careful, there are lots of scam artists out there.

(3) FREE AIDS TO LEARNING:

PAST EXAM PAPERS:
You can download past exam papers.

KHAN ACADEMY:
If you have unlimited internet access, then Salmon Khan’s website of FREE videos will be of interest. You can learn almost anything for FREE using their library of over 2,700 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 240 practice exercises.

EVERYTHING MATHS:
Study mathematics using online textbooks and videos.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

 

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