Necta Matokeo ya kidato cha nne 2023 /2024 CSEE Form Four Results PDF Download The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) conducts the Form Four National Examination, which is taken by students at the end of their four-year secondary education. The Necta Form Four Results are a comprehensive assessment of a student’s performance in various subjects, including mathematics, science, languages, and humanities. These results are used to determine a student’s eligibility for further education and job opportunities, making them a pivotal moment in a Tanzanian student’s life.
How do the Necta Grading the Pass mark and Divisions?
The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) uses a grading system to evaluate the performance of students in the Form Four National Examinations. As of my last update in January 2022, the grading system for the Necta Form Four results in Tanzania is as follows
|B+||4.50 – 4.99||B+|
|B||4.00 – 4.49||B|
|C+||3.50 – 3.99||C+|
|C||3.00 – 3.49||C|
|D||2.00 – 2.99||D|
|E||1.00 – 1.99||F|
|S||0.50 – 0.99||F|
|Scale||Scale 2||Grade Description||Division||US Grade|
|70.00 – 100.00||5.00||First Class Honours||A|
|60.00 – 69.00||4.00||Second Class Honours||Upper Division||AB|
|50.00 – 59.00||3.00||Second Class Honours||Lower Division||B|
|40.00 – 49.00||2.00||Pass||C|
|35.00 – 39.00||1.00||Minimum Pass||D|
|0.00 – 34.00||0.00||Fail||F|
National Technical Awards
Levels 4, 5, 6
International Baccalaureate Diploma
|6.00 – 7.00||A|
|5.00 – 5.99||B|
|4.00 – 4.99||C|
|3.00 – 3.99||D|
|1.00 – 2.99||F|
|0.00 – 0.99||F|
- Division I (D1): This is the highest grade and signifies excellent performance. Students who achieve Division I are considered to have excelled in their examinations.
- Division II (D2): This grade indicates very good performance. Students who receive Division II have performed very well in their exams.
- Division III (D3): This grade represents good performance. Students who achieve Division III have demonstrated a good understanding of the subjects they were tested on.
- Division IV (D4): This grade indicates a satisfactory level of performance. It shows that students have met the minimum requirements for passing the exams.
- Division 0 (D0): This division is for students who have failed to meet the minimum passing requirements. A Division 0 means that the student did not perform satisfactorily in the exams.
It’s important to note that these divisions are based on the overall performance of a student across all the subjects they were tested on. The specific grade boundaries may vary from year to year, and NECTA determines the passing grades for each subject.
Please keep in mind that this information is based on the grading system as of January 2022, and it’s always a good idea to refer to the official NECTA website or contact the relevant authorities in Tanzania for the most current information regarding the Form Four grading system.
HOW TO CHECK FORM FOUR RESULTS FOR THE YEAR
The Four Four National Examination Results Can Be Checked by Three way Firstly Visiting School or Examination Center Borad or District Council Board,By sms and Online Here Will you Get Complete Guide on How to Check Four Four Examination Results Online and Via Mobile SMS(USSD CODE).
How to Check Form four Results Online(Necta Website
First step: Visit to Necta official website (https://www.necta.go.tz/)
Second step: View on News Board Right side on Necta website
Third step: You will see Matokeo ya kidato cha nne
Four step: Click Examination Type like (CSEE)
Fifth step: Select year
You will see the Results of respective year
How to Check Form Four Results Via SMS & SSD CODE
- Dialing * 152 * 00 #
- Select number 8. ELIMU
- Select the number 2. NECTA
- Select the service type 1. MATOKEO
- Select Test Type. CSEE
- Enter Examination Number and Year Example: S0334-0556-2019
- Select Payment Type (Cost per SMS is Tshs 100 / =)
- Upon completion of payment you will receive a short message of results
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.
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.
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.