As it approaches the kenya national examinations of both primary and secondary , the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) have come up with important alerts to the Principlals, teachers, parents and students on the 2021 national examinations. With just four months remaining , the KNEC released the following guidelines;
(a) Candidates should check whether the year of birth and gender are the same as those on the birth certificate which were used in the registration process.
(b)The choices on different categories of county schools, extra county schools and the national schools for the KCPE candidates must be correctly captured.
(c) The candidates sitting for KCSE exams should have their names match with those in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) certificates.
(d) Candidates should ensure that, the subject choices for KCSE candidates are correct and conform to the grade award s as stipulated in the 2021 exams registration circular.
(e) The KCPE repeaters should verify to ensure that , the entries on their index numbers and codes are correct. The candidates pictures must also be counter checked to ensure they match those in the KNEC album.
In addition, the Kenya National Examination Council has provided that, the parents whose kids have special needs should ensure that , the registration details are well captured. Further, the council informs that, in any case of discrepancies, parents and teachers have been advised to send official communication to the KNEC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) ,Dr David Njeng’ere Kabita , before 30th November.
According to the ministry of education the KCPE is expected to start on Monday March 7, 2022 and end on Wednesday 9, March 2022 and Friday March 4, 2022 will be rehearsal. On the other hand, KCSE will officially start on February 28, 2022 and ends on Friday, April 1 2022.
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