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KNEC Issues New Guidelines to 2021 Candidates on Exam Preparation as Nov. 30th Deadline Looms.

The Kenya National Examination Council is mandated to register, administer, assess and to provides certification to candidates in primary, secondary and tertiary level.

Yesterday, Chief Executive of KNEC David Njengere issued new guidelines that the 2021 candidates must ensure after confirming that registration ended in August with some 2056719 listed.

Of this,1225693 will seat for KCPE while 831026 will write KCSE exams. Additional 34085 and 78424 have been registered to seat for KCPE and KCSE exams respectively.

As the race to make examination ready for the candidates heats up. KNEC now wants education stakeholders to ensure that students data is well captured. Any corrections must be done before 30th November 2021.

Njengere has directed heads to ensure that name,year of birth and gender is well captured.For those in Secondary,the subjects code and student choice must tally with the information in Knec portal.

" Any discrepancy in registration details should be officially communicated to the KNEC Chief Executive through heads of schools or subcounty directors of education for private schools,"said Njengere.

In addition,KNEC wants KCPE and KCSE repeaters to ensure the have used correct index numbers and entered the right code of examination.

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