- Tomorrow will play a big part in the futures of local matriculants who will be getting the results of their work for last year
- Many of them are understandably nervous and have taken to Twitter to share hilarious memes about how they are feeling
- While a lot of them were absolutely hilarious, others did make one feel quite nervous and worried for the matrics who are usually under a tremendous amount of pressure during this time
Tomorrow is a very important day for South African matric students who will be getting their matric results. Naturally, many of them are very nervous about what the results may hold because it plays a big role in their futures.
A lot of them have taken t social media to try and relieve themselves of the nerves by sharing funny memes ahead of the big day and Mzansi has been highly entertained yet also slightly concerned for the matrics who suffer a lot of anxiety around this time.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the memes and statuses made by local matriculants that seem to be using laughter as a way to distract them from their anxiety. Read some of the funniest below:
"I'm even afraid to open the fridge, what if gwa tswa di results."
"Matric 2020. I miss High school already. I am nervous because the results are around the corner. #Matric #MatricResults2020"
"#MatricResults2020 #matrics and them tomorrow"
"If you didn’t pay for my school fees, transport, lunch money, textbook handling fee, school trips, and school uniform; Do not ask me how I did on the final exam #matric #MatricResults2020."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the South African IEB matric results have been released and for the most part, everyone did really well. A large number of students have stood out from the rest by achieving exceptional marks and left the country extremely proud of them.
Briefly.co.za has compiled a shortlist of only five of the many students that were able to achieve exceptional results in a time period where the world and South Africa were turned upside down because of the pandemic.
George Georgiades, Jiaye Li, Sinazo Mthetwa, Sarah Blignaut, and Sofia Ferreti are among the learners who proved themselves to be focused, hard-working and determined to make the most of their matric year.
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