Kenya certificate of secondary education (KCSE) is still underway. Today has marked the seventh day since the exam began. The candidates today sat for kiswahili paper three and religion exams.
There were no cases of exam malpractice reported today after the education Cabinet secretary George Magoha assured the citizens of credibility in exams.
However, there was drama yesterday after a student in one of the school in Rift Valley walked out of exam room while they were sitting for math paper two. The student literally fled from the class while exam was underway.
It took the efforts of the principal who went after the student. To calm him, he was given a cup of milk to ease his jittery. This might have occurred due to unpreparedness or the student might have concentrated on the fake paper that was trending on social media.
Teachers have been urged by the Teacher Service Commission to ensure that exams is done in a transparent to ensure fairness and credibility of exams.
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