Candidates will sit for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) tests in March and April 2022, according to the government. On Monday, December 6, Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha confirmed the dates while touring South Mugirango, Kisii County, with his Interior colleague, Fred Matiang'i.
Magoha also assuaged KCPE and KCSE applicants' doubts that the tests would cover the entire syllabus, despite the fact that they had spent the majority of the school year at home owing to the Covid-19 outbreak. When it comes to setting the tests, the Education CS told candidates that the government will take these aspects into account while working closely with the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) and other stakeholders.
He also stated that the KCPE and KCSE tests would be tailored to the obstacles that the applicants had faced as a result of the pandemic. According to Magoha, the exams would have a human face, which means KNEC will not include topics that students have not covered by the time they appear for their finals. As a result, he urged candidates to remain calm, assuring them that the administration recognizes how the school year was disrupted.“Let our learners maintain calm and be ready to sit the examinations. We are going to ensure we have a human face in the coming examinations. Candidates should not fear,” stated Magoha.
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