Grade 10-12

Specially designed Grade 10 – 11 course that can be completed over one year for adults who would like to obtain their matric or specific Grade 12 subjects.

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Pass with good marks, achieve matric/NSC or improve your marks

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Flexible program, that caters for time constraints

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Entrance to university

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Compliant program

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Quick & easy to use program

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Subject support and teaching

Programme breakdown

Payment plans, ability to do the program in phases

Shortened program

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Shortened program and detailed work schedules

allowing focused learning on key areas

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Systems allowing request for extension of tests due to unforeseen responsibilities

Postponement of phase 1 to phase 2

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Program designed to focus on critical areas only in preparation for Grade 12

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Various subject choices

+27 Subject choices for university entrance

Support services

Online proctoring/list of invigilators on Brainline website

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Structured lesson plans

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Progress reports

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Timeous feedback

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IEB-recognised, compliant curriculum

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Interactive classes

Qualified teachers

A Word

From one of our students

“My name is Melissa Richardson and I’m 26 years old. I’ve realized that you’re never too old to achieve your goals or dreams in life. Brainline helped me to get one step closer to my ultimate goal and if I had to do it all over again, I’d gladly choose them again. Thanks Brainline for contributing to my dream.”

– Melissa Richardson, Clerk General

Grade 10-11

Grade 12

Grade 10-11

Single subjects – R 4700

  • Fulfil the requirements to pass Grade 10 or 11 by completing less than 7 subjects.
  • Add one or more additional subjects to their existing academic portfolio.
  • Improve on marks previously obtained for a subject.

Grade 12

Single Subject

Grade 12
R5750/per subject
  • Single Subject Package
  • a structured learning programme based on the IEB requirements in the comfort of his/her own home.
  • comply with the legal requirements.
  • complete scheduled tasks, tests and examinations to accumulate a valid Grade 12 SBA portfolio.
  • assessments assessed by experienced subject specialists.
  • receive progress reports after each assessment cycle.
  • a valid academic record for future academic prospects.
  • unique academic support and guidelines supplied by Brainline throughout the year.
  • Daily/ and or weekly virtual classes given by qualified teachers.
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