KCSE Results To Be Released By The End Of April, Says Magoha.
The Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has announced that the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results will be available by the end of April.
Magoha however warned that the law will not spare those who engaged in exam malpractice.
“We must deliver credible exams that put all the students on an equal pedestal and anyone who dares mess with the integrity of examination will come under the full force of the law.
“Anybody who was found with evidence to aid in exam cheating shall be punished according to the Kenya National Examination Council’s laws. Students who were involved in exam cheating will also have a price to pay because nobody forced you to steal,” he warned.
Magoha went on to say that some of the positive results that will be released soon may come from schools other than Alliance, such as day schools.
He also denied that the KCSE examination was leaked prior to and during the writing of the tests.
Professor assured the public that all exam materials were delivered safely to all containers with the exact examination features as they were packed and that there was no breach of examination packages in any part of the country.
On KCPE placement, who scored 400 or higher in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination will not be guaranteed Form One spaces in national schools, according to Professor Magoha.
The Cs earlier on stated that there will be a review of placement criteria, which will include candidates from marginalized regions in the race for the 30,000 available slots in national schools.
Professor Magoha also stated that the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination marking has begun and will be completed in two weeks.
KCSE Results To Be Released By The End Of April, Says Magoha