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Qualifying Test (QT)Introduction
The Qualifying Test examination will be administered to private candidates inteding to sit for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE), but do not have Form II level secondary education.
The Qualifying Test will comprise questions from Civics, Cross Cutting issues, English Language, Kiswahili, Kiswahili, History, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
Qualifying Test draws as much as possible from the form I and II national syllabus but focus more on testing knowledge and skills equivalent to National Form II Examination.
QT - General Objectives
The main objective of the Qualifying Test is to determine whether the prospective candidates have attained secondary education equivalent to form two level and thus are in a position to sit for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE).
QT - General Competences
The examination will specifically test candidate's ability to to:
- Interpret basic knowledge, facts, principles, concepts, and figures in the stated subjects.
- State, define and name basic knowledge, facts, principles, and concepts in the relevant subjects.
- Write correct language using proper grammar, structure and vocabulary in the subject tested
- Write a clear summary, answer comprehension questions and write a composition on a given passage, topic or subject.
- Demonstrate and interpret mathematical knowledge within a given context and manipulate set theory and application, and carry out simple differentiation and integration.
- Demonstrate use of knowledge and skills in Physics, Chemistry and Biology to solve problems which may involve unfamiliar situations.
- Use knowledge, concepts, laws, theories and principles of the Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects in daily life.
QT - Examination Rubric
There will be one paper of three hours (3) hours duration. The paper will consist of 20 questions in sections A and B. Section A will comprise two parts. Part I will be on Civics and current affairs and Part II will be on English and Kiswahili languages. Candidates will be required to answer all questions in section A.
section B will be consist of three parts. Part I will be on History and Geography, part II on Physics and Mathematics and part III on Biology and Chemistry. Candidates will be required to confine themselves to one part only.
QT - SECTION A:- CIVICS, CURRENT AFFAIRS AND LANGUAGE
This section will comprise twelve (12) questions, and will weigh 60 marks.
PART I: CIVICS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
In this part, question numbers one to three will be on Civics content based on forms one and two syllabuses and question number four will be on Current Affairs.
PART II: KISWAHILI AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Will consist consist of eight (8) questions, four (4) from Kiswahili syllabus and four (4) from English language syllabus for forms one and two.
The English language component will comprise four (4) questions. One question will be on composition and another one on comprehension.The third one will be a multiple choice question consisting of five items on English patters. The fourth one will be of the fill-in-the-blanks type, dealing with tenses, and will have five items. Each question will carry 5 marks.
Kutakuwa na maswali manne (4) yatakayotoka katika mada za Kiswahili za kidato cha kwanza na kidato cha pili ambazo ni ufahamu, utungaji, sarufi na uundaji wa maneno. Kila swali litakuwa na alama tano (5).
QT - SECTION B: GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, PHYSICS, MATHEMATICS, BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
Section B will comprise three (3) parts; each part will have four (4) questions and will weigh 40 marks. candidates will be required to confine themselves to only one part.
PART I: GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
Will comprise four (4) questions, two (2) questions will be on Geography and two (2) questions on History. candidates will be required to answer all the questions in this part.
PART II: PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
Will comprise four (4) questions, two (2) questions will be on Physics and two (2) questions on Mathematics.
PART III : BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
Will comprise four (4) questions, two (2) questions will be on Biology and two (2) questions on Chemistry.
QT - Examination Content
* Promotion of life skills and family life
* Human rights and responsible citizenship
* Government of Tanzania and Democracy
* Proper behavior and responsible decision making
* Comprehension and summary
* Evolution of man, technology and environment
* Development of social, political system and economic activities in pre-colonial Africa and their impact.
* Social and economic development in production in pre-colonial Africa
* Africa and the external world
* transition to indusrtial capitalism
* Safety in our environment
* Health and prevention of diseases
* Cell structure and organisation
* Classification of living things
* Balance of nature
* Transport of materials in living things
* Gaseous exchange and respiration
- Ufahamu na ufupisho
- The solor system
- weather and climate
- Map work
- Human activities
- Laboratory techiques and safety
- Scientific procedures
- Air combustion, rusting and fir fighting
- Work, energy, power, light and static electricity
- Current electricity and magnetism
- Number, fractions, decimal and percentages
- Units, approximation and geometry
- Ratio, profit and loss
- Coordinates geometry, perimetrs and areas
The base form of an adjective or adverb is called the positive form. Nearly all adjectives and adverbs can be changed to the comparative and superla- tive forms. The comparative provides a comparison between two people or things. The superlative describes the greatest degree of the meaning of the adjective or adverb.
To form the comparative and superlative of many adjectives, add the sufﬁx -er to the adjective for the comparative and the sufﬁx -est for the superlative. If the adjective ends in a consonant followed by -y, change the -y to -i, and then add the sufﬁ x. For example:
Positive Comparative Superlative
Tall Taller Tallest
Coy Coyer Coyest
If an adjective is a long word, a word derived from a foreign source (particularly Latin), or formed with the sufﬁx -ing, the comparative is formed by preceding the adjective with the word more. The superlative is formed by preceding the adjective with most:
Positive Comparative Superlative
Boring More boring Most boring
Factual More factual Most factual
Interesting More interesting Most interesting
A few adjectives form their comparative and superlative in an irregular way:
Positive Comparative Superlative
Good Better Best
Bad Worse Worst
Far Farther/further Farthest/furthest
Little Less Least
Much/many More Most