Matokeo ya Kidato cha Sita (ACSEE)

The Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) is a crucial examination that marks the end of secondary education. It is typically taken by students after completing two years of advanced-level studies, usually in Form Five and Form Six. The ACSEE is administered by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA).

Eligibility: Students who have successfully completed Form Four and have undergone two years of advanced-level education are eligible to sit for the ACSEE.

Subjects and Curriculum: The ACSEE covers a wide range of subjects, reflecting the specialization tracks chosen by students in their Advanced Level studies. These subjects can include combinations of sciences, arts, or business studies.

Purpose: The ACSEE is designed to assess students’ comprehensive understanding and knowledge in their chosen subjects. It serves as a gateway for university admission and other higher education opportunities.

Grading and Certification: Students receive grades based on their performance, which are critical for their educational progression. Successful candidates are awarded the Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education, which is a significant credential for further education and employment opportunities.

The ACSEE results are usually released online on the NECTA website and can also be accessed through this website. To check your Result kindly click on the relevant Exam year link below: