Private School Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has expressed satisfaction with how the administration of the 2022 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination is progressing.
In an interview with MBC Online, PRISAM Vice President, Patricia Chisi said their organisation is impressed with the progress and arrangements in which the examination is being administered.
Chisi said generally the examination has been handled in a very professional way.
“We have not heard of any issues as regards examination leakage. We salute the government, the Ministry of Education, and the Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) for turning around things in terms of examination management.
“In addition, allowances have been paid in time, unlike previous years when invigilators struggled to get their allowances. Sometimes you would even get after the exercise. As students will be completing the exams on Wednesday we can say as PRISAM we are satisfied,” said Chisi.
Chisi further, commended MANEB for distributing IDs in time, a thing Chisi said gave chance to administrators to resolve anomalies on time.
“From the general overview there were very minimal challenges as regards IDs and personally my expectation is that those students who worked so hard will pass well unlike in the past years where undeserving students would do very well at the expense of the intelligent students because of leakage,” concluded Chisi.