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KNEC’s announcement is a huge relief for center managers.

KNEC’s announcement is a huge relief for center managers.

The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) has suggested new security measures to deter cheating during this year’s national exams.

Exam administrators no longer select all of the day’s exam papers in the morning.

Instead, the center managers—who are also the school administrators—will select only the morning newspapers.

To offer storage space for tests in schools, the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) will purchase additional containers.

This will reportedly cut down on the amount of time required under the new system to choose and discard exam papers.

These are a few of the new regulations that are going into effect three months before the national exams.

Before the examiners bring the test subjects back to the box to retrieve the afternoon papers, they must complete reading the morning paper.

Center Managers will be greatly relieved by KNEC’s statement.

The move, according to Ministry of Education sources, is meant to prevent early exposure to afternoon papers.

Because they will be stored in a container and only pulled out minutes before the exam, students won’t have as much time with the question papers intended for the afternoon exam, according to a ministry official.

It’s also necessary to address the practice of making test administrators choose question papers from bins in their sub-counties.

Administrators of schools or testing sites must retrieve question papers from the closest container.

The reason for this is that it was found that certain surrounding schools were unable to choose tests from such storage facilities simply because they do not reside in the sub-county.

According to figures provided by Knec following the conclusion of test registration, around 1.4 million candidates will take the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). An additional 1.2 million sixth-graders will complete the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA).

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam will also be taken this year by 903,260 people.

Also read: Center Managers Will Choose Knec Exams From Container Twice A Day

As to the Knec 2023 test schedule, candidates for the KCPE and KPSEA exams will practice on Friday, October 27.

The three-day tests are scheduled to start on Monday, October 30, and they will run concurrently.

On November 1st, they will be completed, making way for the KCSE exam, which will take place from November 2–24.

Government agencies are having trouble sleeping because of exam fraud, and they are all blaming one another.

One of the weaker areas in the administration of exams, according to officials from the ministry of education, is the police.

In addition, it is alleged that the Director of Criminal Investigation carried out insufficient investigations that failed to substantiate charges.

The ODPP and Judiciary lament the absence of sufficient evidence to sustain a case against the investigators.

The judiciary is further accused by the Kenyan Communications Authority (CA) of protecting offenders who run and create websites that promote cheating.

Additionally, CA has come under fire for taking an excessively long time to take down websites that were being used to sell phony exam materials.

Three months out from the examinations, preparations are in full gear despite the finger-pointing.

Exam officials have been to the printer to inspect the study methods.

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