MANEB says students will not re-sit MSCE exams

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The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) has refuted social media speculations that students will re-sit for the 2018 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations in November this year.

A screenshot of a post on a fake MANEB Facebook page that has gone viral on social media claims that MANEB has declared this year’s MSCE exams invalid following leakage of exam papers.

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MANEB has refuted the rumours.

Circulated information further discloses that the police are behind the leakage of MSCE exam papers this year.

Among the papers that were disclosed to have been leaked include Mathematics, Life Skills, and Social Development Studies.

But Spokesperson of MANEB Mayamiko Chiwaya downplayed reports that the exam body is to have students re-sit for the exams.

Chiwaya further disclosed that they are currently investigating the alleged reports of leakage.

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  1. I wouldnt be here and called all sorts of names only if our 2007 exams went thoughly.We had to rewrite and at that particular time no one was studying. We wrote un expectedly.Walembeso waka.

  2. I wouldnt be here and called all sorts of names only if our 2007 exams went thoughly.We had to rewrite and at that particular time no one was studying. We wrote un expectedly.Walembeso waka.

  3. Its painful to see some people in the rural areas have written their exams with whole heart no means to access the leaked papers thas Bad,, and painful,,

    And somebody no sweat but will be marked correct,,
    Thas very bad.

  4. This is very shameful, maneb board they are taking exams for granted, the ministry of education must do something become they disturbing innocent students, and we are tired of such issues plz

  5. MANEB to blame. It’s painful to innocent candidates who had no access to the papers to note that the difficult exams they strived to be leaked. MANEB has failed and the board should be replaced with competent people. May the President do something as Muluzi did in 2000. A Chiunda tachotsa trust painu with your boys please peacefully can you pack and go where you belong. MANEB yakukanikani.

  6. MANEB to blame. It’s painful to innocent candidates who had no access to the papers to note that the difficult exams they strived to be leaked. MANEB has failed a

  7. Wow, that’s Malawi it’s not strange thing, intact its too painful to a student who studied too hard and then re-sit for it so fat they will be baffling to take themselves back in a game.

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