Conversations with matrics after their exams - Week 2

The matric Physical Science paper 1 took place on Friday, 7 November, and Pippa chatted to Mersham Naidoo, a grade 12 learner from Pinelands High School, who wrote it.

Pippa caught up with Josh Cornell, a learner at Pinelands High School, who wrote the matric English paper 2 on Thursday, 6 November

Matrics wrote Histrory Paper 1, as well as Engineering Graphics and Design Paper 1 on Wednesday, 5 November.

Pippa caught up with Tyler Brandt from Rocklands High, who wrote the History paper.

On Tuesday, 4 November, grade 12 learners wrote Economics Paper 1 and Computer Application Tech Paper 2 Theory

Pippa spoke to Mirabeo Mulaudzi, a grade 12 learner from Tshivhase Secondary School

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Matrics began their second week of writing with Maths paper 2 in the morning and Portuguese, German and Hebrew in the afternoon. Pippa spoke to Catherine McDougall of Westerford about how her day went.

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