2021 class eight candidates are now in anxiety on KCPE results after marking of Insha and composition ended. Actually since the Covid 19 Pandemic entered into this country, the education sector remained standstill until when the ministry of education realised that the Covid 19 cases had come down. Therefore the ministry of education reopened class eight, Grade 4 and form four classes on 12 October 2020 ahead of other learners with the aim of compensating the lost academic calendar and get ready for their Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) Examinations.
The class eight candidates sat for their final exams on last month and completed without any interruption. The education CS Prof George Magoha recently assured Kenyans that the ministry of education is going to release the 2021 KCPE results soon after the marking of both Insha and Composition has ended.
2021 class eight candidates are now in anxiety on the KCPE results after it emerged that the marking of Insha and Composition has ended, the examiners have been directed on how they will move to their respective counties. All vehicles which will be used to transport teachers from Nairobi have been directed on specific places where they will park.
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