SFNA Results for Njombe Region

SFNA Results for Njombe Region | The Standard Four Examination in Njombe region is the first major standardized examination held each year to all Standard Four students in the country. The examination is held in October and the results are usually released in January.

The examination is a paper-and-pencil test that is designed to evaluate student proficiency in English Language, Mathematics, and Kiswahili Language.

The Standard Four Examination is a requirement for admission into Standard Five. So, if you successfully pass the examination, you will automatically be promoted to Standard Five.

How to Check Standard Four Results in Njombe

As we’ve discussed, the Standard Four Examination is a major standardized examination. So, students are required to wait a while before they can know their results. For example, in the Njombe Region, students and parents must wait for three months before they can receive their results.

That’s why it is important to begin the process of checking Standard Four results as soon as they are released.

You can do this by following these steps:

  • Visit the website of the National Examinations Council of Tanzania to access the Standard Four Results.
  • Go to the news section and click the SFNA results LINK
  • You will be redirected to the official Standard Four National Assessment (SFNA) results page for all regions
  • Click SFNA Results for Njombe Region link, the SFN Results page for SFNA Results for Njombe Region | Standard Four National Assessment (SFNA) – 2023 Results will be open,
  • Click the link for your council/district select your School and then You will then be able to access your results.
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How to Access the Njombe region Standard Four Results for all councils

If you cannot access your results through the above-mentioned procedure, you can use the links below to instantly access your results

Matokeo ya darasa la nne 2023 mkoa wa Njombe

LUDEWA

MAKAMBAKO TC

MAKETE

NJOMBE

NJOMBE TC

WANGING’OMBE