The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) is the national body responsible for overseeing national examinations in Kenya. It conduct school, post school and other examinations in Kenya. The Coucil also ensures validity and reliability of examinations; and to ensure conformity to Kenya's goals and changes in government policy relating to the curriculum and examinations.
Every year the Kenya National Examinations Council, knec, invites teachers to mark the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education,KCSE, and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, exams. To get the invitation one has to be first trained as an examiner. The marking invitation letter contains such details as the marking Centre, rates and other regulations to be observed during the all important marking exercise.
Teachers should follow these simple produres promptly to download the KNEC marking invitation letters. The procedure include;
1. Go to your browser (Google, Chrome,Opera) and type in this address: https://cp.knec.ac.ke or just click on the link.
2. In the new window, press on ‘CLICK HERE TO PROCEED.”
3. Enter your User Name (ID NO.) and Pass Word (TSC NO.) and select, ‘Log in’.
4. Once logged in, now select: ‘ACCEPT OFFER’. A prompt will be displayed on your screen/ window to show that the offer has bee recorded, thus: ‘Your offer acceptance has been saved’.
5. To download your marking invitation letter, click on: ‘DOWNLOAD YOUR LETTER’.
6). You can then print your letter or save it on your local device.
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