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Malawi 2022 MSCE exams out with 58.44% pass rate

2022 MSCE Exams out with 58.44% pass rate

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Ministry of Education in conjunction with Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) on Friday, December 2, 2022 released the 2022 Malawi School Certificate Education (MSCE) examination with 58.44% pass rate.

This year’s results are an improvement compared to 2021 exams results which were at 52.%

About 152,391 learners sat for this year’s examinations which were leakage free.

Education Minister Agnes Nyalonje told the news conference in the capital Lilongwe that she was expressed with an improved exams results when compared to last two exams.

MANEB Executive Secretary Professor Dorothy Nampota said she was equally ecstatic with success of the examination.

The top ten best performing education districts in descending order:

1.Zomba Urban 68.43%
2.Likoma 66.67%
3.Dowa 65.67%
4.Phalombe 64.45%
5.Mzuzu City 63.71%
6.Dedza 63.11%
7.Karonga 61.87%
8.Mulanje 61.12%
9.Ntchisi 60.98%
10.Nkhatabay 60.20%

The bottom 10 performing education districts in ascending order:

1.Nsanje 48.42%
2.Machinga 52.50%
3.Thyolo 53.08%
4.Chikwawa 53.10%
5.Mchinji 53.51%
6.Lilongwe Rural East 54.43%
7.Lilongwe City 55.94%
8.Blantyre Rural 56.17%
9.Ntcheu 56.35%
10.Lilongwe Rural West 56.80%

Top 10 performing schools with distinction results including:

1.St Kizito Seminary

2.Marist Secondary School

3.Nankhunda Seminary

4.Lilongwe Islamic Secondary School

5.Dedza Secondary School

6.St Mary’s Secondary School

7.Loyola Jesuit Secondary School.

8.Lilongwe Girls Secondary School.

9.Maranatha Boys Secondary School

10. Wasambo Boys High School

Nampota also announced 10 underperforming districts where Nsanje is topping the list.

“Nsanje is the bottom district on the list with 48.42 percent followed by Machinga with 50.52 percent. Thyolo, Chikwawa and Mchinji scores 53.08 percent, 53.10 percent, 53.51 percent respectively. Completing the bottom 10 districts are Lilongwe Rural East (54.43%), Lilongwe City (55.94%), Blantyre Rural (56.17%), Ntcheu (56.35%) and Lilongwe Rural West (56.80%),” she said.

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Lloyd M’bwana
Lloyd M’bwanahttps://www.maravipost.com
I'm a Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resource (LUANAR)'s Environmental Science graduate (Malawi) and UK's ICM Journalism and Media studies scholar. I have been The Malawi Country Manager and duty editor for the Maravi Post for the past Three Years. My duty editor’s job is to ensure that the news is covered properly, that it is delivered on time, and that it is created to the standards set out in the editorial guidelines of the Maravi Post. I also decide most of what the user will or will not see. And those users will be clicking on the website expecting to see what their trusted news. Organisation has to say on an issue. I started as a senior Reporter with the Maravi Post over a 6 years ago. When I have time, I do field reporting as well.
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