Head teachers have until February 15 to register this year’s KCPE and Kcse candidates, the Kenya National Examination Council has said.
Kcse results of 3,427 candidates from 44 schools have been cancelled for cheating.
The Kenya National Examinations Council has cancelled the Kcse results of five secondary schools in Migori county.
Ms Mohamed in November ordered that the grades for diploma courses be lowered from a C+ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (Kcse) to C- and for certificates from C to D+.
, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 15 – Examination results for some 3,427 students who sat the 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (Kcse) examinations have been cancelled after having been found guilty of examination malpractice.
The deadline applies to the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, Kenya Secondary School Education exams and those wishing to register for Kcse Qualifying Test (QT) exams.
“All candidates for both KCPE and Kcse examination will be issued with an index number as per the schools admission register not class performance as was the case in previous years,” the circular by Acting KNEC CEO, Mercy Karogo, states in part.
Knec on Friday finally released the results of the 93 students who sat their 2018 Kcse exam at St Anthony Naburereya Secondary School in Bumula subcounty, Bungoma county.
“Withholding results was to pave way for the government to investigate centers,” Rongo District Education Officer Charles Nyaribo said.
The cleavages of privilege are obvious; unfailingly, children from affluent and relatively well-to-do families attend good schools and score high grades in the KCPE and Kcse exams.