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KCSE Candidates To Work Extra Hard As The Government Sends Warning Signals

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidates are given a warning as they need to work extra hard. This is after the government plans to peg public university cut-off points available to government funding.

The C+ cut-off is being scraped to a higher grade and the candidates should be prepared. This came off when the Cabinet Secretary of Education, Ezekiel Machogu announced that the government does not have enough funds to sponsor the incoming university students.

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Though it came as an alarm, Kenyans are not taking it seriously and they are over the fact that it is a bluff. The KCSE exams are expected to begin on the 18th of November 2022 and end on the 23rd of December 2022 with over 1.3 million candidates to sit for it.

During the sitting of the National Exam, students are not allowed to participate in exam irregularities such as cheating during exams and disclosure of KNEC papers before exams. The students are surprised by the late announcements and they are still in suspense as they do not know the next university cut-off points.

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