The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has announced that the sixth form national examination results will be available on January 16, 2023.
On Wednesday, December 21, KNEC CEO David Njengere announced that students can now access their Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) scores through the school’s online portal.
Students will get a separate report and all these will be uploaded on the school portal on January 16, 2023,” he said.
He said, the results will not be used to assign students to high school, but to track their progress over time.
According to the head of KNEC, the review board will issue three reports on KPSEA: one at the individual level, one at the school level and one at the national level.
KNEC has announced the new release date for the 2022 class six exams
“The national report will discuss areas where education stakeholders need to be involved. Our attendance figures will show the proportion of students in each class.
He said individual schools would receive reports on student difficulties to “continue on the road to improvement”.
Accordingly, they will report nationally to the Kenya Institute for Curriculum Development (KICD).
Guidelines for changing the competency-based curriculum will be distributed to the Teacher Service (TSC) www.tsc.go.ke and Ministry of Education (MoE) officials.
The KNEC chief said the students will remain in primary and secondary schools for now.
1,227,597 sixth grade students are registered for the KPSEA 2022 national exam.