MSCE exams starts, Malawi National Examination Board upbeat of less cheating

A total of 153, 656  candidates are expected to sit for Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations starting on Wedesday.

Maganga: Well prepared
Maganga: Well prepared

The Malawi National Examination Board (Maneb) says all is set  to administer the examinations.

Maneb spokesperson Simeon Maganga said the board registered many cases of cheating during PSLCE and Junior Certificate of Education exams but he was hopeful that during the MSCE exams there will be a reduction in cases.

“We have done everything to get the examinations administered properly,” said Maganga, adding “We are well prepared.”

According to Maganga, Maneb organised a campaign to curb the malpractice and people responded to the campaign positively hence the board has hope that there will be few cases of cheating.

He then warned students and teachers that the Maneb will not tolerate anyone who will be found cheating during the examinations.

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