MSCE pass rate up at 58.44% 

The 2021/2022 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) results have seen a rise in a pass rate to almost  two thirds  of those who sat for the national examination.
The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB)  Executive Director Dorothy Nampota said out of 152,391 candidates who sat for examination 84,242 have passed representing 58.44 percent pass rate.
70,102 female candidates sat for the examination and  36,795  have passed representing 52.47 % pass rate.
Out of 77,845 male candidates who sat for the examination 49,682 have passed representing 63.82 percent pass rate.
Minister of Education Agnes Nyalonje and MANEB officials said on Thursday in Lilongwe that she was pleased with the improvements in national grades.
Catholic Church run secondary schools and one slamic school have dominated this year’s top 10 performing schools.

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