necta.go.tz: Check the National Examinations Results 2022 in Tanzania. The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is a Government Institution which was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is responsible for the administration of all National Examinations in Tanzania.
The decision to establish NECTA was a follow-up of an earlier move, in April 1971, when Tanzania Mainland pulled out of the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) to conduct her own examinations. Zanzibar pulled out of EAEC in 1970. Before the pull-out, between 1968 and 1971, Tanzania sat for foreign Secondary School Examinations conducted jointly by the East African Syndicate, which before then were conducted by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate alone. The Examinations conducted by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate then were the School Certificate and the Higher School Certificate Examinations. The School Certificate Examinations were taken by the African Students for the first time in 1947 and the Higher School Certificate was in 1960.
NECTA has started posting the 2022 national exams results. We help you in this article to check all the results of all national exams (ACSEE, CSEE, CFNA, PSLE, FTNA, QT, GATCE, GATSCCE, DTE and DSEE).
National Examinations Results 2022 in Tanzania: How to check?
Here is the results check guide :
- Step 1: Click ont the «National Examinations Results in 2022» button below to visit the NECTA website
- Step 2: Click on “Results” from the main menu.
- Step 3: The “Results” window will show all results available (ACSEE, CSEE, CFNA, PSLE, FTNA, QT, GATCE, GATSCCE, DTE and DSEE).
- Step 6: Select “Exam Type” (Example ACSEE).
- Step 5: Select your “Year” as 2022.
- Step 6: Students can now check their result
National Examinations in Tanzania
Certificate of Secondary Education Examination(CSEE)
This is an achievement test offered to candidates who have completed four years of secondary education. CSEE is administered in the first week of November every year
The objectives of this examination are to assess students’ skills and knowledge achieved in different subjects at secondary school. Also to weigh the extent to which the student can use the skills gained to meet the social, political, economic and technological challenges for the individual and the national development at large; to identify students with the capacity to continue learning to the advanced secondary school level and other learning institutions. The holder of the CSEE qualification is expected to be able to apply skills of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation in a broad range of activities
Eligibility of Candidates who Seats for the Examination
Any students who have completed four years of secondary education at both government and non-government registered schools and passed the FORM two secondary education examination or Qualifying Test. Also, repeaters of the same examination registered themselves as private candidates.
Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE)
This is offered to candidates who have completed two years of secondary education (advanced level) and have had three credits at the CSEE level. The ACSEE is administered on the first week of May every year.
The objectives of this examination are to assess the learner’s knowledge and ability to pursue further education such as diploma and degree courses; to examine the extent to which the learners can use the skills gained to meet the social, political, economic and technological challenges for the individual and the national development at large. Therefore, candidates at this level are expected to possess the following skills in a broad range of activities: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
This examination is offered to candidates who have completed two years of secondary education (advanced level) and have had three credits at the CSEE level.
Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE)
This is a selection test which enables the government to select from one entrant for its schools. Students who get selected and those who are not, receive certificates. PSLE is administered in the second week of September every year.
The objectives of PSLE are to assess learner’s skills and knowledge gained in the different subjects at the primary school level; to assess learners’ understanding of the basic skills and abilities in reading, writing and arithmetic and the extent that they can use such skills in solving pertinent problems in life; and identify learners with the capacity to continue with secondary education and other training institutions.
Eligibility of Candidates who Seat for the Examination
Any pupil who has completed standard seven in both government and private schools can be registered and sit for this examination.
The examined subjects at PSLE are Hisabati (Mathematics), English Language, Sayansi (Science), Maarifa ya Jamii (Social Studies) and Kiswahili.
Qualifying Test (QT)
The Qualifying Test examination will be administered to private candidates intending to sit for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE), but who do not have Form II level secondary education.
The Qualifying Test will comprise questions from Civics, Cross Cutting issues, English Language, Kiswahili, Kiswahili, History, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
Qualifying Test draws as much as possible from the form I and II national syllabi but focus more on testing knowledge and skills equivalent to National Form II Examination.
The main objective of the Qualifying Test is to determine whether the prospective candidates have attained secondary education equivalent to form two levels and thus are in a position to sit for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE).
The examination will specifically test the candidate’s ability to:
- Interpret basic knowledge, facts, principles, concepts, and figures in the stated subjects.
- State, define and name basic knowledge, facts, principles, and concepts in the relevant subjects.
- Write correct language using proper grammar, structure and vocabulary in the subject tested
- Write a clear summary, answer comprehension questions and write a composition on a given passage, topic or subject.
- Demonstrate and interpret mathematical knowledge within a given context and manipulate set theory and application, and carry out simple differentiation and integration.
- Demonstrate use of knowledge and skills in Physics, Chemistry and Biology to solve problems which may involve unfamiliar situations.
- Use knowledge, concepts, laws, theories and principles of the Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects in daily life.
Diploma in Secondary Education Exams (DSEE)
Each subject has an examination format, which describes the structure of the examination paper, and the content which that particular examination covers. The details of the subjects addressed are shown in individual examination formats that can be accessed in the examination formats link.