More than 2.5 candidates in primary schools in Kenya began their sixth and eighth grade exams today, November 28.
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment Examination (KPSEA) will last for three days.
Of the 2,531,785 candidates, 1,244,188 will take the KCPE exam, 1,287,597 are the first to take the KPSEA exam under the new Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).
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According to a random check by our media, Educationhighlights.co.ke, several examination centers are set to start the examination on Monday, with candidates and teachers alike voicing confidence in the exercise.
The Secretary of the Ministry of Education and the Cabinet of Ministers were deployed at various centers to supervise the training.
Class 8 candidates will sit for Maths, English and Composition tests. Sixth graders will sit for Maths and English.
Education officials are working on ways to enable students to take exams in areas affected by floods and insecurity.
In Baringo South, which has been prone to widespread insecurity in the past few months, students from five schools have come together for exams at Chemorongoin School after the school was destroyed.
KNEC rules to prevent exam cheating
KNEC has issued instructions to invigilators, invigilators and candidates asking them to strictly adhere to the deadline and not open the examination papers before the deadline.
Cheating will not help you. In fact, if someone tries to scam you or you know another candidate who is involved in this nefarious business, you should report it immediately. You should read the last page of the examination schedule in its entirety under the heading “penalties for examination irregularities”.
“The time given for each paper is indicated on the name of the paper and no additional time is given. Supervisors and supervisors must ensure that the candidates are given identity cards that show the correct name and marks,” he said.