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Just in; Good News to Grade 6 Candidates as KNEC Issues New Details about Exams

In the country, thousands of students are being expected to sit for grade six National examination before joining Junior Secondary Schools. The ministry of education has been updating Kenyans about what they will expect from next year as several students are expected to move to Junior Secondary School.

According to the source, new details have just emerged about the date grade six pupils are expected to sit for their final exam before joining junior. As per the latest report, it has been finally confirmed that the students will start their exams on November and December this year. All exams will be administered by teachers. Further, teachers will be expected to mark the exams and upload the scores to Kenya National Examination Council portal. All teachers will be required to improvise any practical equipment that will be needed.

This just come in after president Uhuru Kenyatta some few weeks ago reassured all Kenyans that CBC will be here to stay. The government has so far used millions of shillings to train teachers who are handling CBC students and also constructing new classrooms in all countries in the country.

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