The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has declared that 162 examination centers with fewer than 40 students will be closed

According to KNEC regulations, all centers wishing to host KCPE and KCSE tests must have a minimum of 40 candidates, otherwise they will be disqualified.
In comparison to 2020, 112,000 more children registered for their KCSE exams, according to statistics.
The council trained instructors to mark this year’s national examinations, which has resulted in excellent preparedness.
KNEC Chief Executive Officer David Njeng’ere stated in a statement that the increase in KCSE applicants demonstrated that more pupils were completing secondary education.

“Sure, administering the examinations will be more expensive. Clearly, the strategy of a 100 percent transition is paying well, and we can’t help but rejoice that more youngsters are completing secondary school “He made a statement.

In 2020, the number of candidates registered rose to 2,056,719, up from 1,938,667 in the previous year.
A total of 831,026 secondary school students registered for the KCSE exams. There are 407,606 female students and 423,420 male students enrolled in KCPE, while there are 1,225,693 KCSE students enrolled, with 609,294 female students and 616,399 male students.

The candidates’ exams will begin on Monday, February 28 and end on Friday, April 1.

The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has declared that 162 examination centers with fewer than 40 students will be closed

 

According to KNEC regulations, all centers wishing to host KCPE and KCSE tests must have a minimum of 40 candidates, otherwise they will be disqualified.

In comparison to 2020, 112,000 more children registered for their KCSE exams, according to statistics.

The council trained instructors to mark this year’s national examinations, which has resulted in excellent preparedness.

KNEC Chief Executive Officer David Njeng’ere stated in a statement that the increase in KCSE applicants demonstrated that more pupils were completing secondary education.

 

“Sure, administering the examinations will be more expensive. Clearly, the strategy of a 100 percent transition is paying well, and we can’t help but rejoice that more youngsters are completing secondary school “He made a statement.

 

In 2020, the number of candidates registered rose to 2,056,719, up from 1,938,667 in the previous year.

A total of 831,026 secondary school students registered for the KCSE exams. There are 407,606 female students and 423,420 male students enrolled in KCPE, while there are 1,225,693 KCSE students enrolled, with 609,294 female students and 616,399 male students.

 

The candidates’ exams will begin on Monday, February 28 and end on Friday, April 1.

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