Education Permanent Secretary Belio Kipsang has revealed that Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations have begun. Kipsang says that even though form four student are finishing their examinations today, marking has already started.
Kipsang has told Kenyans that those sitting their KCSE examinations will have their results before schools are opened. Kipsang the next weeks will involve intensive marking of exams. He says the markers will spend the next few weeks to go through papers and the results are expected to be expected by 23rd January, 2023.
According to Kipsang, by the time schools will be opened all the form four students will have their results.
The Education Ministry has said there is no need for Kenyans to wait for a long time before getting results once marking is done. Since the record was set by Fred Matiangi, the ministry has been releasing results immediately teachers are done with marking.
Ministry has revealed that taking a lot of time once marking is done is unnecessary because it gives room to those with bad intentions to interfere with results. The room given has been reduced to a few days and nobody gets time to doctor results.
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