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KCSE Candidate Explains How He Got Exam Papers An Hour Or Two Hours Before Time

KCSE Candidate Explains How He Got Exam Papers An Hour Or Two Hours Before Time.
In the recently concluded KCSE examinations, a candidate revealed intricate details about how they accessed papers ahead of time.
In an interview with the media, the student, who requested anonymity, stated that they used social media platforms to interact with clients who had access to the papers.
He went on to say that the leaked papers would be delivered to their phones an hour or two before the exams began.
The candidate then scribbled the answers on a napkin and successfully sneaked it into the exam room.
“On March 28, 2022, I engaged in conversations with someone who had the Geography paper in his possession scheduled for 11 am on that day.”
“I received the exam paper, two hours before, wrote down the notes on a napkin which he successfully took into the exam room,” he told NTV. 
The candidate went on to say that the authorities had a difficult time tracing the perpetrators because the communication took place primarily on social media.
“We received all papers of Kiswahili, CRE, Chemistry including practicals. Often we would get the papers an hour or two hours before the exam begins. So the leakage was there and the government should stop saying otherwise,” he reiterated.

Magoha Dismisses Claims Of KCSE Leakage

Magoha Dismisses Claims Of KCSE Leakage
The candidate revealed how the plans came to fruition, stating that some of their teachers were aware of the exam malpractice but did not take appropriate action.
The students’ feelings differ from those of Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, who stated that there was no exam leakage.
“I repeat: No examination paper has been leaked, none will. I thank all the thousands of KNEC-contracted personnel who have put aside all their personal and official demands to ensure the examination is safely guarded.” 
At the time, the CS stated that his Ministry, along with DCI officers, was on the lookout for any form of cheating.
“A few scrupulous people have over the last five years devised a new dirty trick of opening examination packages a few minutes before the start time, in what we call the “early exposure” Magoha noted. 
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In total, 50 people were arrested for attempting to commit exam malpractice, including exam center managers, invigilators, and supervisors.
In addition, 300 mobile phones were confiscated from candidates, teachers, and school personnel. While releasing the 2021 KCPE exam, CS Magoha stated that unscrupulous individuals found guilty would face the full force of the law.

Few Teachers Accessing Exams Before Time, But Tests Not Leaked - Magoha

Few Teachers Accessing Exams Before Time, But Tests Not Leaked – Magoha
KCSE Candidate Explains How He Got Exam Papers An Hour Or Two Hours Before Time

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