KNEC issues directives ahead of national exams.
The body in charge of examinations,KNEC issues directives ahead of KCPE and KCSE examinations.
The Kenya national examination council has warned students to stay on high alert on fraudsters, circulating fake examination papers.
The teachers have been directed to formulate ways in which their students do not get scammed trying to pass.
KNEC stated,”None of those images being circulated are genuine examination papers. I challenge anyone to present an examination paper before the exam date.”
According to the examination council, One supervisor will take charge of 200 candidates. The invigilators will invigilate a total of 20 candidates.
In as much as supervisors and invigilators will come from other schools, headteachers and principals will function as the centre managers.
In order to ensure the exam period runs smoothly, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is set to deploy over 250,000 teachers.
TSC chief executive officer, Nancy Macharia, instructed sub-county executive directors to vet teachers who will be in-charge of the national examinations exercise.
Nancy directed,”You are required to identify, nominate and vet centre managers, supervisors and invigilators.”
Grade six learners are expected to sit for their Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) which will run concurrently with Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations for candidates in Standard 8.
KCPE and KPSEA candidates will do their rehearsal on Friday, November 25 and officially start their papers from Monday, November 28 to Wednesday, November 30.
Kenya certificate of secondary education candidates, will start their exams on December 2 to 23.