Advice for matriculants
This week we asked people if they have any advice for matriculants, who write the first of their final examinations on Monday, 15 October.
Interviews, photos: Linda Sparg MALWANDE MOSE: “They must give themselves enough time and don’t put themselves under pressure. If they gym or jog, continue to do so, but don’t forget to study. They don’t want to have regrets, so they must do their best.”
MAYLENE DE WAAL: “They need to go back to what God’s original purpose is for them and look to Him for wisdom and understanding. He will open doors that no one else can. That is the future for our youth. The world system fails, but God will never fail us.” MORNÉ STUURMAN: “Hulle moet genoeg rus en vars lug kry en onthou dat niks onmoontlik is nie.”
DITABA THOLE: “Things are much better for matrics now than in my day. They have everything. We used to suffer. They should study hard, in groups, so they can reach their goals. I think studying with others is effective.” GERRIE PIETERSE: “Matrieks moet seker wees van wat hulle eendag wil doen en wees. Baie doen iets waarvoor hulle nie lief is nie en hulle mors tyd waarmee hulle iets relevant kon gedoen het.”