Knec withheld the results of Busra High, Nanighi, Ikhlas, Al Azhar, Dertu Girls, Young Muslim, Garissa Private, Sankuri, Hajji Girls, Hulugho Girls, Hulugho Boys and Huda.
In 2017, Knec annulled the results of 1,205 candidates compared with 5,101 students' results in 2016.
Knec acting chief executive Mercy Karogo said the deadline also applies to those wishing to register for KCSE Qualifying Test examinations (QT).
Speaking while releasing the findings at Knec headquarters in Nairobi, Magoha said affected candidates are free to register for this year’s KCSE before the February 15 deadline.
The decision was announced in Nairobi yesterday by Knec chairperson George Magoha.
Members of the technical team will be from Teachers Service Commission (TSC), Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec), Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) and Kenya National Qualification Authority.
- Some 1,275 students have been cleared from the cheating list after thorough scrutiny of their papers by investigations and Knec will release their results - A total of 3,427 candidates were found culpable of cheating and they hail from 53 schools spread across 16 counties - Among issues examiners established include identical correct answers arrived at by use of incorrect formulas and calculations - Machakos, Meru, Isiolo, Kericho, Bungoma, Kisumu, Homa Bay and Garissa are among counties hardest hit by canceled results Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) has said it will allow 3,427 students whose 2018 KCSE results were canceled as a result of cheating to resit the exam in 2019.
The Chairman of the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) George Magoha said results for 53 schools were withheld after the release of the 2018 examination results on December 21 for investigation.
Knec has cancelled the results of 3,427 candidates over exam irregularities, chairman George Magoha has said.
Knec chairman George Magoha has listed 16 counties that were affected by exam irregularities during the KCSE 2018.