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KNEC Grade 6 Learners To Register For KPSEA Examinations 

KNEC Grade 6 Learners To Register For KPSEA Examinations

Dates For Grade 6 Learners To Register For KPSEA Examinations Are Announced By KNEC

The Competency-Based Curriculum national examination registration dates have been made public by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) (CBC).

The Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) and the Kenya Intermediate Level Education Assessment (KILEA) assessments will begin on March 3, 2023, according to a statement from KNEC.

The examination committee also said that the registration date for the exam has been set on April 3, 2023. Also, KNEC gave instructions to all head teachers who will present students for the KILEA and KPSEA in 2023 to make sure they are all registered.

The Examiner also provided instructions on how the exams will be conducted, stating that they will be held in the current KCPE centers with at least 30 candidates.

The Council further directed that assessment centers with fewer than 30 candidates be held in locations chosen by the Sub-County Directors. This is in keeping with the recommendations made by KNEC.

“This means that institutions will be permitted to hold the KPSEA on their premises if they have a combined candidacy of thirty or more for both the KPSEA and KCPE test.

The Examiner also published instructions about the administration of the exams, stating that they will be held in current KCPE centers with 30 candidates or more.

The Council further directed that centers for assessment centers that have fewer than 30 candidates be chosen by Sub-County Directors. This follows the directives that KNEC issued.

“This means that institutions will be permitted to conduct the KPSEA on their premises if they have a combined candidature for the KPSEA and KCPE exam of thirty candidates or more.

According to the Examination Council, special schools are exempt from this provision.

A caution against registering “fake learners” was also issued by KNEC. According to the Council, it was against the established rules to register students who were not moving up to grade six.

KNEC cautioned that registering “fake pupils” will result in penalties, including the deregistration of the institution as a KNEC assessment center.

The KPSEA instructed heads of institutions to check on to the KNEC portal and enter the specifics of their assessment center login credentials.

The learner’s assessment number, name, and gender should all be accurate, according to KNEC, which also recommended that heads of institutions check this information.

On February 13, 2023, KNEC issued a clarification about the registration for the 2023 KCPE and KCSE exams, urging all applicants to fill out their names in the order they appear on their birth certificates and to specify the right gender to prevent confusion and data entry errors.

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