Date Published: November 6, 2020
EasyPass is allowing all 2020 matriculants to access their interactive resources for free. EasyPass covers all matric subjects and provides exercises and assessments to help you practise your knowledge.
With your tourism exam fast approaching, you are going to want to start working on your skills. There is no better way than to practise with exercises and assessments.
EasyPass breaks down your matric tourism syllabus into workable learning areas. You can decide to test yourself on specific topics that might require extra attention for you to understand.
The great thing about the exercises and assessments offered by EasyPass is that the questions are randomized after each attempt. That way, you can never get the same questions twice.
Here are the following Tourism topics covered by EasyPass:
- Domestic, regional and international tourism
- Communication and customer care
- Responsible tourism
- Culture and heritage tourism
- Tourist attractions
- Map work and tour planning
- Foreign exchange
Going the Extra Mile
With all matric subjects, it is important to put in a lot of work if you want good results. Make sure to dedicate enough time to studying your tourism theory to bag a pass or even a distinction.
The best way to perfect your skills and knowledge is to practise past papers or assessments regularly before the exam. This way you will get used to the questions and be prepared for the exam.
Here are some study tips from Matric College to help you ace your grade 12 Tourism examination:
- Past papers: By practising past exam papers, you will get a better idea of what you can expect in the exam. This will help prevent any pre-exam anxiety as you will already be used to the style of questions.
- Study groups: Study groups are a great way for you to ask questions and clear up any confusion you might have. Start a study group with your friends in person or form a WhatsApp group if you are already on study leave.
- Work on your weaknesses: With the exercises and assessments from EasyPass, you can practise learning areas that you might not be so good at. This way, you can work on the sections you find most challenging and perfect them before the examination.
- Set achievable goals: Goals are a great way to motivate yourself to study and get the marks you want. Place your written goals in places you can see them while you work. This will help you remember why you are studying and where it can take you.
Here are a few more study tips to keep you passing your matric exams with flying colours.
Author: Andrea Frisby