KNEC has given students more time to submit CBC exam scores.
Knec, Kenya’s National Examinations Council, has agreed to give schools an extra week to upload students’ test scores. Schools were given until October 26 to submit their data, but by that date, the vast majority had not yet done so.
In addition, a few days ago it was reported that technical challenges with the platform were making it impossible to upload scores. When teachers voiced their concerns, Knec acted swiftly to address the issues. Due to these obstacles, the Board has decided to give the remaining schools more time to upload their results.
Third through seventh graders take theory tests in May and June before submitting second semester work from June 6 to August 10. on emphasize the significance of uploading the results of pupils in grades 3, 4, and 5 on its website, Knec has set a deadline of August 11, 2023 for public and private schools to submit practicals and projects.
The Board has released a circular outlining assessment procedures and supplying assessment materials that schools must upload and monitor. Students of varying grade levels work together on projects and activities across disciplines. The Integrated Learning Assessment (ILA) was taken by third graders, and it is a comprehensive test of their knowledge across the curriculum.
Deadline to Submit Online KNEC Written Exam
Meanwhile, students in grades 4 and 5 engage in seven different areas of study through projects and practical activities. Students in seventh grade have the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning and research in nine different disciplines. Written exams for students in grades 4, 5, and 7 began on October 2 and continued throughout the semester.
Particularly, pupils in Year 6 have not yet been evaluated in advance of the final assessment, the Kenya Primary Education Assessment (KPSEA), which will be given on the same dates (October 30-November 1) as the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). Schedules and content for these courses are defined by the requirements of their respective standardized tests.
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