NECTA ACSEE Form Six Result Interpretation 2022/2023

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The period between clearing an exam and waiting for the results is the hardest period not only in the students’ life but also that of the people that are related to them. It’s filled with anxiety and anticipation, with each person wondering how they will perform. In this article, you will be given detailed information on how to interpret your NECTA exam results.

About NECTA

The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is the 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.

Interpreting ACSEE Results

You have successfully accessed your ACSEE grades and scores. Next, you need to know how to decode them, as explained below:

1. AGGT: Stands for Aggregate. The column contains your total points.

2. DIV: Abbreviation for Division. Interpret this section, as shown below:

  • DIV-I = 1
  • DIV-II = 12
  • DIV-III =52
  • DIV-IV = 13
  • DIV-0 = 5

3. Detailed Subjects: Contains the grades for all the four subjects you took.

Withheld Results Code Interpretation

If your exam scores have been withheld, you will be assigned a different grade letter other than the standard A, B, C and D as illustrated below:

E – Withheld results or a pending examination fee payment.

I – Implies incomplete results due to Continuous Assessment Test (CAT) missing marks in one, two or three subjects but not all.

W – Nullified, cancelled, or withheld due to a piece of proven evidence that you were involved in exam irregularities or dishonesty before, in the course of, or after the ACSEE test.

ABS – You missed taking the examination.

FLD – You failed the exam.

X – You didn’t take the exams for the assigned subject.

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