KNEC has announced the updated and final KCSE 2022 exam dates for the 4 candidates who took the KCSE exam from November 18 this year. In the updated KNEC KCSE timetable, students will practice on Friday 18 November 2022.
KCSE 2022 will start on Friday 2 December 2022 for all candidates, starting with English 101/1 (Functional Skills) and Chemistry Paper 1 in the afternoon.
KCSE 2022 will officially end with Physics Paper 3 on Friday 23/12/2022.
You can download the updated KCSE 2022 timetable in pdf from the tail end of this guide.
KCSE 2022 Paper Timing Instructions
Here are some tips and guidelines from the agenda for supervisors, informants, teachers and candidates:
All first session exam papers will start at 8:00 AM. The start time of the second session exam paper is as mentioned in the schedule.
The time allowed for each paper is indicated on the name of the paper and NO SHORT TIMES are allowed. In case of any discrepancy, the time mentioned in the question paper should be accepted as correct. The time for reading the questions is part of the time given in the question paper unless specific paper instructions indicate otherwise.
The invigilators and convenors ask the candidates to write their names, index numbers and sign the answer sheets before collecting each candidate’s answer sheets and advise the candidates to take only the listed courses.
Schools must upload records for Milestone 1 by 31 July 2022 and for subjects that are part of the project by 31 October 2022.
Margin at the beginning of each answer. Do not copy questions. Be careful to use the same numbering system as given in the question paper. Leave one blank line after the answer for each question.
Write your answer in black or blue ink. You can use a fountain pen or a fountain pen. Pencil is only used for diagrams. Bring math tools and pictures for the lessons you need.
Read each question carefully. A lot of time can be spent typing information that is not requested and not getting a mark for it.
Do not spend too much time on one or two questions. Allow yourself enough time to answer other questions.
As soon as you are warned to stop, make sure that your name, index number, signature and date of the exam are written in the answer book and then given to the invigilator.
used in the following subjects;
Mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry, agriculture, carpentry, metal work, building construction, electrical mechanics, electricity, drawing and design, aviation technology, computer studies and business studies.
Any question paper with errors, mistakes or poor printing should be returned immediately to the examiner.
You must not remove used or unused papers from the exam room. Any rough work must be done in the official answer book and if it is not submitted with the answer, it must be collected and destroyed by the supervisor.
Misconduct or disorder in or near the examination room will be treated as examination irregularity.
All candidates who take the exam to exchange application documents must take advantage of the detention. Any candidate who does not submit the accommodation will commit an examination irregularity.
Cell phones or other electronic communication devices are permitted in the test center. Candidates in possession of mobile phones or other electronic communication devices will have their results cancelled.
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Law KNEC No. 29 2012 The offenses and penalties set forth in section 27-40 must apply. A few notes on this section:
Candidates who submit examination irregularity in any paper will lose their results for all subjects. Such candidates will not be eligible for the result and will get total ‘Y’ result.
If there is evidence of widespread irregularities at any test center, the test results for the entire center will be invalidated.
Any person who:
(a) accesses the examination material and knowingly discloses its contents openly or in writing to any party, whether a candidate or not, shall be guilty of contravention of section 27 of the Act and shall be liable to imprisonment for a term. ; a fine of not more than ten years, or a fine of not more than two million shillings, or both;
(b) willful and malicious damage to test materials contravenes section 30 of the Act and is punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years;