The National Examination Council  of Tanzania (NECTA) ensure responsibility for examination within the united Republic of Tanzania and make provision for places and centres for examination also conduct examination for, and to grant, diplomas, certificates and other award of the council 

NECTA has released time timetable for form two final examination which will start from Monday 01st November 2021 to Wednesday 10 November 2021, the examination will sat by verified form two students both government and private schools.

To access timetable click on the link below to download it 



you may also follow the procedure below to view or download FTNA 2021 timetable,

  • visit to NECTA  official website.
  • navigate on the menu to your right hand side.
  • There you will see NEWS tab
  • click on or search for FTNA 2021 EXAM TIMETABLE
  • PDF will open and you can view or download it.


1. You are required to appear for the assessment(s) at the centre(s) under which you are registered unless otherwise advised by the Council in writing.

 2. You are required to observe all instructions given to you by the Supervisor, Invigilators or Officers of the Council responsible for the conduct of the assessments. 

3. You are required to attend in the room/hall punctually at the time shown on your timetable. If you arrive more than half an hour from the time of commencement of assessment, you will not be admitted. 

4. After the first half an hour, you may leave as soon as you have finished your paper and handed in the script to the Supervisor/ Invigilator. You may leave the room temporarily at any time after the first half an hour but only with the permission of the invigilator. 

5. You may bring into the assessment room only books, papers or instruments which are specifically permitted. If you are suspected of cheating or attempting to cheat, or assisting someone else to cheat, the incidence will be reported to the Council. You may in consequence be disqualified from the assessment and excluded from all future assessments of the Council. Any notes or other unauthorised material may be retained by the Council at its discretion.

 6. Communication, verbal or otherwise, between students is not allowed during the assessment. If any student wishes to communicate with the invigilator he should raise his hand to attract attention.


7. Write your assessment number correctly on every page of the answer booklet / answer sheet used. Using anybody else’s assessment number is considered a case of dishonesty that may lead to cancellation of assessment results. Names, initials or any other mark that would identify a student should never be written on answer booklets or sheets of paper. 

8. If you are found guilty of dishonesty in connection with the assessment you may be disqualified in the entire assessment.

 9. Take nothing other than the question paper, unless instructed otherwise, from the assessment room. Do not damage any paper or material supplied. 

10. Write all answers in the language required unless you are instructed otherwise. 

11. Write in blue or black ink or ball pen. Draw in pencil. 

12. Smoking is not permitted in the assessment room.

 13. The assessment will continue as scheduled even if it falls on public holiday.


The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) is Government Institution which was set up by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is answerable for the organization of all National Examinations in Tanzania.

The choice to build up NECTA was a development of a prior move, in April 1971, when Tanzania Mainland pulled out of the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) to direct her own assessments. 

Zanzibar pulled out of EAEC in 1970. Before the draw out, somewhere in the range of 1968 and 1971, Tanzania sat for unfamiliar Secondary School Examinations directed mutually by the East African Syndicate, which before then were led by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate alone. 

The Examinations led by the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate then, at that point, were the School Certificate and the Higher School Certificate Examinations. The School Certificate Examinations was taken by the African students for the first time in 1947 and that of the Higher school certificate in 1960.

For more information about NECTA visit official website

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