Grade 6 National exams will be multiple choices
According to the the KPSEA, grade 6 final exams that they will sit in November 2022, will be purely in multiple choices
This is according to the samples that the Kenya National Examination council released for school last week .
The KPSEA national test will replace the outdated Kenya certificate of primary Education but will share some similarities
Grade 6 national exam will be marked out of 40 percent instead of one hundred percent
This is because learners sat for their school based assessment test in Grade 3,4, and 5 which will contribute to 20, grade 4 20 percent and grade five 20 percent which contribute to a total of 60 percent in their final score.
The compency based curriculum (CBC) learners will sit for their final test in primary school from date 28th to 30th November before transiting to junior secondary next year.
The will have a day fro rehearsal which will be date 25th November 200 just like for KCPE
The grade six regular learners will sit for five subjects in their final assessment in primary school which are: mathematics, English, kiswahili, integrated science and creative art and social studies.
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