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CHEMISTRY FORM TWO NATIONAL ASSESSMENT (FTNA) FORMAT

032 CHEMISTRY

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

This assessment format is a revised version of a format issued by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) in 2017.

The format is based on the Chemistry Syllabus for Ordinary Secondary Education issued in 2007.

Changes made involve improving the assessment rubric and the inclusion of a table of specifications. However, there are no changes in the assessment
content.

2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The assessment will assess the extent to which students are able to:

2.1 apply chemistry knowledge and skills in everyday life activities;

2.2 use the scientific procedures in conducting scientific investigations;

2.3 use chemical symbols and formulae to communicate in chemistry; and

2.4 identify fuels, treat and purify water with environmental consideration.

3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCIES

The assessment will test the students’ competencies in:

3.1 appreciating chemistry knowledge, skills and principles in solving daily life problems;

3.2 applying knowledge of chemistry by doing various activities and experiments;

3.3 applying chemical symbols and formulae to communicate in chemistry; and

3.4 using scientific and technological skills in conserving and making sustainable use of the environment.

4.0 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC

The assessment will comprise one (1) theory paper, which will take 2 hours. The paper will consist of three sections, namely A, B and C, with a total of 10 questions.

Students will be required to answer all questions in each section. The paper will weigh a total of 100 marks.

Section A will consist of two (2) objective questions. Question 1 will be a multiple-choice question, consisting of 10 items from which students will be required to choose the correct answer from the alternatives given.

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Each item will carry one (1) mark, making a total of 10 marks. Question 2 will be a matching items question, consisting of five (5) items.

Each item will carry one (1) mark, making a total of five (5) marks. Therefore, the section will weigh a total of 15 marks.

Section B will have seven (7) short answers questions. Each question will carry 10 marks, making a total of 70 marks.

Section C will have one (1) structured question, carrying 15 marks.

5.0 ASSESSMENT CONTENTS

The following topics will be assessed:

5.1 Introduction to Chemistry
5.2 Laboratory techniques and safety
5.3 Heat sources and flames
5.4 The scientific procedure
5.5 Matter
5.6 Air, combustion, rusting and fire fighting

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5.7 Oxygen
5.8 Hydrogen
5.9 Water
5.10 Fuels and energy
5.11 Atomic structure
5.12 Periodic classification
5.13 Formula, bonding and nomenclature

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