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The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is 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.

FORM TWO  (FTNA)

 FORM SIX (ACSEE)

FORM FOUR (CSEE)

STANDARD FOUR (SFNA)

DARASA LA NNE

DARASA LA SABA (PSLE)

STANDARD SEVEN (PSLE)

DIPLOMA IN SECONDARY (DSEE)  2022

GRADE A TEACHERS (GATCE)  2022

GRADE A TEACHERS (GATCE)

ASTASHAHADA YA UALIMU ELIMU MAALUM (GATSCCE)

GRADE A TEACHERS SPECIAL COURSE  (GATSCCE)

DIPLOMA IN SECONDARY (DSEE)

DIPLOMA IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION (DSE-SNE) 

Description of “Star Codes” Used by NECTA in Examination Results

  • * S==> Results suspended pending clarification.
  • * E==> Results withheld, pending proof of candidates’ payment/fees.
  • * I==>INCOMPLETE Results due to candidates’ missing CA scores in all subjects offered.
  • I ==>Incomplete results due to candidates’ missing CA scores in one or more subjects offered but not all.
  • * W ==>Results withheld/nullified or cancelled.
  • * T ==>Results suspended due to candidates’ attempting one or more subjects not registered for (pirate candidate).

About NECTA

THE NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA (NECTA) is an institution which was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is the agency responsible for the administration of all National Examinations in Tanzania. It also awards official diploma in Primary, Secondary and Post Secondary Education excluding Universities.

 All correspondence should be addressed to:
The Execultive Secretary,
The National Examinations Council of Tanzania;
P.O. BOX 2624 OR 32019 ;
Tel: +255-22-2700493 – 6/9;
Fax:+255-22-2775966;
E-mail: esnecta@necta.go.tz
Website : http://www.necta.go.tz
The Examination Formats are presented in five numbered paragraphs for the introduction, general objectives, general competencies, examination rubric and examination content. The table of specifications is inserted at the end of each format and indicates the total weight for each topic and total percentage weighting for the paper.

Generally, this format booklet is expected to provide guidance for examination setters, moderators and teachers to set fair, valid and reliable assessment for student candidates. Also the format provides guidance to students on the structure of the examination paper. However, classroom teachers are strongly advised not to replace the syllabus with examination formats.This examination format booklet is a revised version of the one that was issued in 2008 by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA).

The revised booklet has been prepared to cover all subjects for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination as prescribed by Circular Number 1 of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MoEVT) of April 2006 (appendix 3) and will be used with effect from 2019. It includes all the core and optional subjects assessed by NECTA.

Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE)

This is an achievement test offered to candidates who have completed four years of secondary education.

The Examination Calendar

CSEE is administered at the first week of November every year.

The objectives of CSEE

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 form two secondary education examination or Qualifying Test. Also, repeaters of the same examination who registered themselves as private candidates.

Examined Subjects/Courses

The core and compulsory subjects that a candidate is registered to sit for CSEE are: Civics, History, Geography, Kiswahili, English Language, Biology and Basic Mathematics. Candidate may also sit for additional two subjects chosen from natural science subjects which are Physics and Chemistry or Business subjects which are Commerce and Book Keeping; Home economic subjects which are Food and Nutrition and Textile and Dress Making or Technical subjects which are Building Construction, Architectural Draughting, Surveying, Carpentry and Joinery, Brickwork and Masonry, Painting and Sign Writing, Plumbing, Electrical Installation, Electrical Engineering Science, Radio and Television Servicing, Electrical Draughting, Refrigeration and air conditioning, Plant and Equipment Maintenance, Workshop Technology, Motor Vehicle Mechanics, Welding and Metal Fabrication, Fitting and Turning, Auto Electric, Mechanical Draughting and Foundry and Blacksmith and one optional subject among the following: Bible Knowledge, Elimu ya Dini ya Kiislamu, Fine Art, Music, Physical Education,French Language, Literature in English, Arabic Language, Agricultural Science, Information and Computer Studies and Additional Mathematics. No candidate for the CSEE shall register for more than ten subjects at one sitting.

Examination Formats

Each subject has an examination format which describes the structure of the examination paper, rubric and the content in which that particular examination covers. The details of subjects examined are shown in individual examinations formats that can be accessed in the examination formats link.

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