NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la saba 2022-2023 Primary School Leaving Examination

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NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la saba 2022-2023 Primary School Leaving Examination

 

NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la saba 2022-2023 Primary School Leaving Examination

 

The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is a government organization founded by Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is in charge of administering all National Examinations in Tanzania.

The decision to establish NECTA was a continuation of an earlier move, made in April 1971, when Tanzania Mainland withdrew from the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) to conduct her own examinations. Zanzibar left the EAEC in 1970. Prior to the withdrawal, between 1968 and 1971, Tanzania sat for foreign Secondary School Examinations jointly administered by the East African Syndicate, which had previously been administered solely by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate. The Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate then administered the School Certificate and Higher School Certificate Examinations. African students first took the School Certificate Examinations in 1947, and the Higher School Certificate Examinations in 1960.

 

 

Matokeo ya Darasa la saba 2022-2023

 

At least 79.62% of the people who took the Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) this year passed.

The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) said this on December 1, 2022. This means that 1,073,402 people took the PSLE this year out of a total of 1,348,073.

Mr. Athumani Amasi, who is Necta’s acting executive secretary, announced the 2022 PSLE results. He said that 558,825 girls (78.91%) and 514,577 boys were among the successful candidates (80.41 percent).

“In 2021, there were 907,802 people who were chosen, which is 81.97 percent. So, from a statistical point of view, performance is down by 2.35 percent, even though the number of successful candidates is up by 165,600 (18.24 percent) compared to 2021 “he said.

This year, 1,384,186 primary school students signed up to take the test. Of those, 723,027 girls, or 52.23 percent, and 661,159 boys, or 47.77 percent, were girls. 4.2%, or 4,221 candidates, had special needs.

The test was taken by 1,350,881 people, or 97.59 percent of those who signed up. Girls made up 709,556 (98.14%) of them, while boys made up 641,325 (97.00 percent). Mr. Amasi said that 33,305 candidates, or 2.41 percent, did not take the test for reasons like being sick or absent. Of these, 13,471 were girls and 19,834 were boys.

 

 

NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA

PSLE-2022 EXAMINATION RESULTS

 


ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

KAGERA

MARA

MWANZA

PWANI

RUVUMA

TABORA

TANGA

KATAVI

SIMIYU

SONGWE

GEITA

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