PSLE Results 2020/21 – Matokeo ya darasa la saba 2020 necta

Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) Results 2020/21 – Matokeo ya darasa la saba 2020 necta

This is a selection test which enables the government to select form one entrants for its schools. Students who get selected and those who are not, receive certificates.

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. Its objectives are twofold. Conducting examinations – which is done in the interest of the public – and also awarding certificates.

When do PSLE Results come out?

PSLE Results are published around the same time every year. They’re usually released in late October, due to the outbreak of COVD19 the release of PSLE Results might be delayed , therefore the results are expected to be released by the late November 2020. For further information about the release of results, you can visit NECTA website.

Many candidates have questions regarding how to check your NECTA PSLE exam results 2020 online in Tanzania, below we have provided full details on how to check Matokeo ya darasa la saba 2020 necta or PSLE results 2020/2021 academic year

How To Check Your PSLE Results 2020 [ Matokeo ya darasa la saba 2020 Necta]

The national standard seven examination results for 2020 will be announced soon , The following links will be used to access the full results once they are released by The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (Necta)

ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

DODOMA

IRINGA

KAGERA

KIGOMA

KILIMANJARO

LINDI

MARA

MBEYA

MOROGORO

MTWARA

MWANZA

PWANI

RUKWA

RUVUMA

SHINYANGA

SINGIDA

TABORA

TANGA

MANYARA

GEITA

KATAVI

NJOMBE

SIMIYU

SONGWE

PSLE Results

Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE)

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.

Conclusion

If you got the results you were aiming for, well done! If you didn’t, try not to panic.

It’s not the end of the world, and there are options open to you. It may not have been the path you’d planned to go down, but down every new path there are doors to open – and you might even find that you have a skill that you didn’t even know about.

So simply try to stay open minded and see what’s available for you. Talk to your teachers, friends and family for advice before taking your next steps, and remember that there is a path for everyone!

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