Over 0.5mil candidates registered for Malawi national examinations -Maneb

A grand total of 567,416 candidates have registered for this year’s national examinations, whose administration commenced on Wednesday, 11th May, Malawi National Examination Board (Maneb) has confirmed.

Maganga: Exams in progress

Maganga: Exams in progress

At Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) examination level, a total of 270,646 candidates registered. The examination runs from 11th to 13th May, 2016.

“At Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) examination level, there are a total of 143,134 registered candidates. The examination starts from 31st May to 10th June, 2016,” Maneb Public Relations Officer, Simeon Maganga explained.

At Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination level, a total of 153, 656 candidates have registered. The examination is slated for 22nd June to 20th July, 2016.

This is the last time Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) examination is administered following President Peter Mutharika’s directive for the examination to be scrapped off.

“We would like to appeal to all registered candidates to take note of these dates and make it a point that they take their respective examinations without fail so that money spent in subsidizing production examination materials is not spent in vain”.

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5 thoughts on “Over 0.5mil candidates registered for Malawi national examinations -Maneb”

  1. B Manda says:

    Ndikhulupilira mwakhonza kale obera maboma ocokera. Izi amapangitsa ndiaphunitsi akumpotofe. Tiyeni abale ticepetse cinyengo.

  2. Simon Malonda says:

    MALAWI UNIVERSITY SELECTION: A SAD REALITY FOR DESERVING YOUNG PEOPLE!!!!! Please tell me how or why students who get 14 points don’t get selected to the university of Malawi – 2 points in each: English, Maths. physical Science, Computer Studies and physical science; 3 points in Geography and Biology; How can anyone tell this kid that he is not selectable to study Computer Engineering; Telecommunication Engineering or Accounting at the university of Malawi?
    PLEASE TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MALAWI – IT IS TIME TO BEGIN TO ADVOCATE FOR YOUR BRIGHT STUDENTS WHO UNFAIRLY GET LEFT OUT OF SELECTION PROCESS; MOST OF THESE STUDENTS COME FROM FAMILIES WHO ARE IGNORANT and have no means of advocating for their children; to be more specific here; I urge Blantyre Secondary School and Ntcheu Secondary school to check with their university potentials and advocate for those that seem unfairly left out; 14 POINTS AND NO SELECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM SAD AND CONCERNED ABOUT THE DIRECTION OUR HIGH EDUCATION SYSTEM SEEMS TO BE TAKING!!!!!! THIS CAN’T BE AN OVERSIGHT!!!!!

  3. Simon Malonda says:

    PL

  4. casava says:

    The total number of registered primary school candidates is unrealistic. We expect more at primary school than the other category. Check

  5. Trendex says:

    THE GRAND TOTAL IS 567,436 AND NOT 567,416. WORK OUT WELL AS IT CAN AFFECT FURTHER TABULATIONS. YOU HAVE SEEN THE SWELLING NUMBERS. THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE READY JOBS AS SOME WILL CREATE FOR THEMSELVES. CHILD SPACING IS ALSO NEEDED TO BE UPHELD MAINLY IN THE SOUTHERN WHERE PEOPLE MULTIPLY AS IF THEY ARE PIGS OR TRY TO GET A TROPHY AT THE END OF THE DAY.

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