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Magoha Move To Prevent Cartels From Changing Candidates’ KCPE Exam Results

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Magoha Move To Prevent Cartels From Changing Candidates' KCPE Exam Results

Magoha Move To Prevent Cartels From Changing Candidates’ KCPE Exam Results.
Education Cabinet Secretary prof. George Magoha has assured the country in a press conference that the marking of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education process was proceeding smoothly.
The CS stated that candidates will know how they fared as early as Wednesday.
He revealed that exam results would be available soon in efforts to eliminate the termination of exam results and prevent cartels from changing what candidates had scored.
“We are doing extremely well. We are about to complete the Composition and Insha and we should be able to give you results either later this week or early next week,” said Prof. Magoha.
The release of KCPE results will be dependent on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s availability.
Releasing the results early will allow parents to start planning for their children, who are expected to enter form one the following term.
Over a three-day period, 1.2 million candidates took the national exams in 28,248 exam centers across the country, supervised by 242,406 teachers assigned by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
In May, the class of 2021 is expected to begin Form One. The KCPE exams for 2021 have been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

KCPE Marking Complete In 4 Regions As Magoha Reveals When Results Will Be Out

KCPE Marking Complete In 4 Regions As Magoha Reveals When Results Will Be Out
So far, eighty cases of malpractice have been reported in the first week of the ongoing KCSE, which CS Magoha has dismissed as mere attempts to cheat.
Experts warn that if the cartels are not stopped immediately, this malpractice is likely to spread to a number of schools.
Failure to stop the malpractice by those in charge of exam management may result in more cancellations of results, which means students caught cheating during the marking process will be the most affected.
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Despite the stringent measures put in place, these cartels appear to be smarter than the Ministry of Education when it comes to planning cheating. This is most likely also their opportunity to make quick money, which is unethical.
According to research, a lack of exam preparation, an overemphasis on grades, the belief that straight A’s lead to successful careers, and sometimes pressure from parents, school, and even peers are factors that leads to exam malpractice.

Magoha Dismisses Claims Of KCSE Leakage

Magoha Dismisses Claims Of KCSE Leakage
Magoha Move To Prevent Cartels From Changing Candidates’ KCPE Exam Results

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