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The rules for the exams are as follows:

1.      Candidates will be allowed to enter the exam hall at least 20 minutes before the start of the exam, and will not be allowed to leave the hall until after thirty minutes have ended.

2.      Likewise, candidates will not be allowed to leave the exam hall thirty minutes before the end of the exam.

3.      No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall more than half an hour after the commencement of any examination. A candidate who enters the examination hall within half an hour of the commencement of the examination will be allowed to enter the examination hall, but no time will be extended to make up for the delay.

4.      Candidates will be given ten (10) minutes to read the questions before starting to answer.

5.      The Chief Examination Administrator will make any necessary announcements to the candidates before the commencement of the examination.

6.      Envelopes with sealed and acknowledged exams for that phase will be opened in front of the candidates.

7.      If any candidate wants to leave the examination hall temporarily for any reason, he can do so with the permission of the chief supervisor / senior supervisor and will be accompanied by an assistant supervisor.

8.      Each candidate will be asked to sit at the desk with his exam number.

9.      The Board will not allow any excuses from the candidate who fails to provide the exam ID that allows the candidate to enter the exam hall,

10.  No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall without having the exam ID card given to him and the admission letter for the exam.

11.  Candidates are prohibited from entering the examination hall, carrying or having any type of books and stationery other than those permitted by the Board.

12.  Bags, handbags and the like must be left in a place specified by the test administrator, but the Board will not be responsible for the loss of such equipment.

13.  Mobile phones should not be brought into the exam hall because candidates are not allowed to make calls, receive calls, send or receive text messages, use mobile phone equipment such as calculators or watches while the exam is in progress.

14.  The candidate is not allowed to remove his answer book from the exam hall.

15.  The candidate should not engage in any non-professional conduct intended to help him in taking the exam.

16.  In each exam, candidates will be required to sign their exam numbers in the attendance sheet

17.  It is the responsibility of each candidate to maintain a calm environment in the exam hall and to ensure that he will not participate or start any conversation or behavior that will damage or affect the stability of any other candidate.

18.  Each candidate must write his exam number on the cover only. Names, abbreviations or any other symbol that will distinguish one candidate from another should not be written on the cover of the test book or answer sheets.

19.  Candidates will be required to follow any general instructions that may be given by the Chief Supervisor/Senior Supervisor and carefully read the instructions written on the test question papers such as those showing the number of questions to be answered. Pay particular attention to the instructions written on the cover of the answer book.

20.  Candidates are not allowed to smoke, drink or eat inside the examination hall.

21.  Candidates will be informed about the end of the examination thirty minutes before the end of the examination period and when the Chief Invigilator/Senior Supervisor announces the end of the examination period, the candidates will have to stop writing immediately. These instructions are used not only for answering questions, but also for filling in question numbers, stations and any other writing.

22.  Candidates must remain in their seats until the invigilator collects the answer books. Each candidate must ensure that he hands over his answer book to the invigilator.

23.  Answers should be written neatly and in legible handwriting. The order of answers will be taken into account while correcting each question. Candidates are warned that illegible answers will affect their marks.

24.  The use of silent electronic calculators is permitted. Candidates must bring their pens and are advised to bring a ruler as well.

25.  If, due to absence, the candidate fails to attend the exams, he will inform the Executive Director of the Board before starting the exam in writing. Part of the fee can be refunded or it can be carried forward at the discretion of the Education and Publications Committee. There will be no request for a refund of the exam fee for a candidate who postpones the exam due to any reason other than that stated by the Board above.

26.  Any candidate found guilty of cheating in the exam or violating any of the rules and regulations of the exam will be subject to disciplinary action that may lead to removal from the exam hall.

27.  At the end of the examination, the answer books will be collected, checked, packed and sealed under the witness of the senior invigilator, the  examination coordinator and one examinee.

28.  Candidates will be informed of the results of their examination as soon as the Board is ready to do so. The results will be posted on the Board’s website and posted on the Board’s notice board.


The answers to the questions must be written in the answer book provided according to the following instructions:-

§  The answer to each question must start on a new page.

§  The question number should be written at the top of the page in the space provided.

§  Write on both sides of the answer sheet.

§  Answers must be written in ink pen, graphs and drawings must be drawn in pencil

§  All the ways to access the answers should be written in the answer book.

§  Do not tear or tear any paper from the answer book. Cut out all the work that doesn’t need to be corrected for punishment. Do not use erasable ink.

§  If the main answer book is full you can request an additional answer book

§  Place a tick (Ö) on the questions answered correctly.

§  Carefully close any supplementary answer books with the main answer book, and make sure that all the graph sheets are neatly packed inside the answer book and then fill in the boxes correctly.


I hope you will understand all the rules of the exams, if you have any question I will be happy to ask you, also help to share it with your friends, relatives and relatives.

Education in Tanzania

Education in Tanzania is provided by both the public and private sectors, starting with pre-primary education, followed by primary, secondary ordinary, secondary advanced, and ideally, university level education. Free and accessible education is a human right in Tanzania. The Tanzanian government began to emphasize the importance of education shortly after its independence in 1961.

Curriculum is standardized by level, and it is the basis for the national examinations. Achievement levels are important, yet there are various causes of children not receiving the education that they need, including the need to help families with work, poor accessibility, and a variety of learning disabilities. While there is a lack of resources for special needs education, Tanzania has committed to inclusive education and attention on disadvantaged learners, as pointed out in the 2006 Education Sector Review AIDE-MEMORE. The government's National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty in 2005 heavily emphasized on education and literacy.

In 2016, the government introduced a fee free education policy for primary and secondary government schools

The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI)[5] finds that Tanzania is fulfilling only 57.0% of what it should be fulfilling for the right to education based on the country's level of income. HRMI breaks down the right to education by looking at the rights to both primary education and secondary education. While taking into consideration Tanzania's income level, the nation is achieving 79.0% of what should be possible based on its resources (income) for primary education but only 34.9% for secondary education.

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