Date Published: November 9, 2020
EasyPass is offering all matric students of 2020 free access to their interactive online resources. EasyPass covers all matric subjects in the form of exercises and assessments that you can use to prepare for your final exams.
Practise is an important part of preparing for your isiZulu exam. With all languages, it is important to learn the key rules and then practise applying them to get a good final mark. The best way for you to do this is to use the EasyPass online resources.
EasyPass breaks down isiZulu into workable learning areas to make it easier for you to study. Each learning area is equipped with an assessment of randomized questions to help you perfect it.
The best part about these exercises is that you will never get the same set of questions twice. That way, you can practise each section as many times as you need to and still be testing new skills and knowledge.
Here are the following sections offered by EasyPass for the isiZulu matric curriculum:
- Uhelo nokusetshenziswa kolimi
Going the Extra Mile
When it comes to languages, you have to put in an extra amount of effort into reading material to secure a pass or distinction.
Remember to read and understand your literature fully before entering the examination as there will be both long and short-form questions on your prescribed texts.
Stick to a strict study schedule to ensure that you manage to cover all of your work before your final exam.
Starting your studies for matric finals can be daunting. That is why Matric College has put together these tips to help you get started:
- Past Papers: Past papers are a great way for you to practise and refine your learning skills. They will also help you with any pre-exam anxiety by helping you get used to new application type questions.
- Make a study group: Study groups are a great way for you to learn from your peers. Either face to face or on WhatsApp, create a study group where you and other students can ask each other questions if you run into difficulty. You might also pick up on other answers that you have never thought of before.
- Think about extra lessons: Extra lessons are the best way to get a new perspective on the topics at hand. By trying a new tutor or teacher, you might find an explanation that better suits you.
- Read your literature: A lot of language subjects and their exams are dependent on literature. Make sure you understand all your literature before your final examination
- Believe in yourself: Believing in yourself is the first step to success. Know you can and you are more likely to be motivated to study. You can also do this by setting realistic goals to help you understand why you have to do well.
Here are a few more tips to help you with your matric finals.
Author: Andrea Frisby