Kenya Certificate of Basic Education 2022 marking will begin as soon as candidates complete their final papers on Wednesday.
Julius Jwan, the principal secretary of the Department of Basic Education, said that the examiners responsible for marking the examinations have informed their respective stations.
Dr Jwan said the inspectors will bring the mark sheets to Nairobi today and once they get there, the marking will begin.
Jwan said this after he oversaw the distribution of test materials at the Nakuru East Deputy Governor’s office.
He reported that the test went well, with a few minor issues that could be fixed quickly.
Dr. Jwan explained that candidates from 67 schools in Uasin Gishu and Bungoma districts are conducting exams in other schools.
He said, of the private school students in Uasin Gishu and Bungoma, there are a total of 52 students in Uasin Gishu and 15 in Bungoma who are conducting exams in other health centers because the management of the center has not been able to collect test materials. Closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mr Jwan warned schools about the dangers of not being tolerant of test rules.
Dr Jwan said he is waiting for the report before taking the necessary action and is heading to schools in Nakuru County which are currently enrolling candidates found to be underperforming in some centres. .
Students should have the opportunity to act like children. We don’t want to profile them. According to Dr. Huang, “our staff believe this practice is illegal.”
He asked teachers and parents to protect and protect their students from being bullied by selfish people.