NECTA Matokeo: Form Two National Examination FTNA Results 2020

Filed in Necta by on January 15, 2021

NECTA  MAtokeo: Form Two National Examination FTNA Results 2020

The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) has today January 15, 2021 announced the 2020 Form Two examination.

The National Examinations Council of Tanzania administered the Form Two National Assessment (FTNA) since 2014. This Form Two Assessment Format booklet has been prepared to provide guidance to teachers and students in their preparation of their Form Two National Assessment. The subjects covered in this document include the seven core subjects, which are Civics, History, Geography, Kiswahili, English Language, Biology and Basic Mathematics. It also contains ten bias subjects which are Physics, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Engineering
Science, Commerce, Book Keeping, Technical Drawing, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Furthermore the booklet contain twelve optional subjects namely Bible Knowledge, Elimu ya Dini ya
Kiislamu, Fine Arts, Music, Physical Education, French Language, Arabic Language, Additional Mathematics, Food and Nutrition, Textile and Dressmaking, Theatre Arts and Information and Computer Studies.

The Form Two National Assessment Formats have been prepared taking into account the topics stipulated in the syllabuses currently in use. This Assessment Format Booklet includes the formats of all the subjects that will be assessed in the Form Two National Assessment with effect from 2017.

It is hoped that this booklet will give an extra guidance to teachers and other educational stakeholders on assessment procedures in Form Two level. The formats are also expected to help teachers and learners to cope with the syllabus
requirement for successful syllabus coverage and acquisition of knowledge and skills. The assessment format booklets will also help examiners in producing assessment papers, which fulfill the requirement of the syllabus.

The assessment formats are designed such that they will be used hand in hand with the syllabi. Teachers are therefore strongly encouraged to take advantages of these formats models in assessing their learners to harmonize their assessment procedures and those used by The National Examinations Council of Tanzania. However, they should not substitute the assessment formats for each subject with the subject syllabi.


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