Hope for Tanzania

2013 National Exam Results

Published 05 January 2014

Here are the results of the Standard VII National Examinations, which were taken by Tuishime School pupils in August 2013.
All pupils passed the exams and achieved the following grades:
A for 3 pupils - 2 girls and 1 boy
B for 15 pupils - 8 boys and 7 girls
C for 5 pupils - 3 boys and 2 girls

In the District the school achieved position 22 out of 100,
In the Province it achieved position 38 out of 571,
In the Nation it achieved position 323 out of 15,656.

All pupils are now able to progress to secondary school. This is the third cohort that has achieved 100% success which is wonderfully encouraging to us.

Teachers and pupils, as well as many of you who have sponsored children, are to be thanked and congratulated for this tremendous achievement.


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