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KNEC WARNS KCSE CENTER MANAGERS AGAINST DISCLAIMER OF SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL RESULTS

KNEC WARNS KCSE CENTER MANAGERS AGAINST DISCLAIMER OF SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL RESULTS

KNEC cautions KCSE center managers against sharing their research findings.

The Kenya National Examination Council has issued a severe warning to KCSE Center managers not to provide personal information concerning science practical tests.

On Monday, the Knec warned the center’s administrators not to divulge sensitive information regarding the practicals to unauthorized parties.

“We sternly caution KCSE Center Managers against disclosing sensitive data pertaining to the development of science practical test papers to unauthorized parties. The national examiners advised people to abide by KNEC laws and regulations on their social media sites.

According to Knec, center managers who disobey and reveal confidential information about the scientific practicals shall suffer the penalty set forth in the KNEC Act.

Thursday saw KCSE candidates exercising as KNEC met with 634 assessors in preparation for the oral and practical KCSE exams in 2023.

The briefing took place in Nairobi’s New Mitihani House, the location of KNEC’s main office.

“634 assessors were briefed and are now ready to lead the oral and practical examination that will be done from October 23 to 27,” the national examiner stated.

This is happening as the applicants’ KCSE practical tests began on Monday. 903,260 people applied to take the KCSE this year.

The candidates’ practical exams will be held from Monday, October 24 through Friday, October 26.

The practical exams also include oral tests in Arabic, French, German, Kenya Sign Language, and music.

Students in home science will finish their practical exams between October 30 and 31.

Starting on November 1, applicants will take exams in a range of topics in the morning, including Braille, German, Arabic, Arabic in big print, Kenyan Sign Language (Receptive Skills), Music, and French (Listening Comprehension, Dictation, and Creative Writing).

The Physics practicals on November 24 will bring the KCSE exams, which started on Monday, to an end.

After the 2022 KCSE examinations were made public earlier this year, allegations of exam misconduct became common.

The National Assembly Education Committee then made the decision to look into the claims on January 27 of this year.

The panel found that, among other things, conspiracies to exchange answers, using cellphones in exam rooms, passing as someone else, smuggling of unlawful written materials, leaking, and plagiarism were all examples of test malpractices in the 2022 KSCE.

Knec is currently striving to ensure that there are no instances of cheating in the 2023 national exams.

KNEC cautions KCSE center managers against sharing their research findings.

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