The National Business and Technical Examinations Board, NABTEB examination guidelines for 2017 November/December examination has been released. This was released alongside the announcement of the commencement of its 2017 NABTEB November/December Registration.
Candidates are hereby advised to read through and adhere strictly to examination guidelines but in place as any form of examination malpractice would not be tolerated.
NABTEB Guidelines for Nov/Dec 2017 Examination
These are the examination guidelines governing the 2017 Nov/Dec NABTEB examination;
1. Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999: The attention of candidate is hereby drawn to the provisions of Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999 which provide serious penalties for examination malpractice. Candidates are therefore warned to desist from actions that would breach the provisions of the Act.
2. Candidates are not to bring textbooks, scripts or plain sheets of paper into the hall, except materials which they have been specifically told to bring for the examination.
3. Candidates must not communicate with each other for any reason during the examinations, questions should attract the attention of the supervisor/invigilator by raising their hands.
4. Candidates should secure their belongings as the Board does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, bags, or other property brought to the examination centre.
5. Any candidate who disobeys any of these instructions may be asked to discontinue his or her work, by the supervisor.
6. Candidates may report directly to the Board with proof if any examination official or school authority is involved in Examination malpractice or irregularities.
7. Candidates for practical examinations should provide their own tools, but for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), candidates may be allowed to provide their own computers/Laptops, most importantly should exercise great care with machines and tools.
8. The cost of the material(s) needed for each practical paper would be sent to Centres. Candidates are free to demand for this from the Principals/Proprietors of their centres who are under instruction to make them available.
9. Candidates are therefore strictly advised to visit their centres a week before the commencement of their papers.
10. No ANBC/ANTC candidate is allowed to write any of the General Education subjects at ordinary level.