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KCSE received a viral score of one A and seven Es, which KNEC disavows.

KCSE received a viral score of one A and seven Es, which KNEC disavows.

A candidate for the KCSE received a viral score of one A and seven Es, which KNEC denounces.

The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has denounced the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exam results that went viral and purportedly showed a student receiving one A and six Es (KCSE).

KNEC called the screenshot provided in error and exposed the fabrication of the communication ostensibly from the council.

“We want to let everyone know to ignore this phony result that is going around on social media. The authority confirmed, “No such index number exists in any of our institutions.

A student named Brian Kigen received false test results that showed him earning an A in English and an E in math, Kiswahili, biology, physics, chemistry, geography, and agriculture.

The student with the index number 47789377301 had an overall grade point average of 18 and a mean grade of E.

Each student who registers for the Form Four exam receives an individual 11-digit index number, the first eight of which serve to identify the school and the remaining three the student.

The student with the index number 47789377301 had an overall grade point average of 18 and a mean grade of E.

Each student who registers for the Form Four exam receives an individual 11-digit index number, the first eight of which serve to identify the school and the remaining three the student.

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