The marking of the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations has been successfully completed at various marking centers.
As per a schedule issued by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), candidates who sat for the exam should expect to receive their results any time next week.
A total of 903,260 candidates took part in this year’s KCSE exams, which commenced with the implementation of projects.
The projects were conducted from January to July 2023, and they were succeeded by the administration of KCSE oral, practical, and theory papers from October 23rd to November 24th, 2023
The oversight of the KCSE projects was entrusted to Center Managers, Subject teachers, Directors of Education, and KNEC officials.
Oral, practical, and theory papers, were administered by Center Managers, Supervisors, Invigilators, Quality Assurance Officers, Directors of Education, and KNEC officials.
The marking of 2023 KCSE exam kicked off on November 27th and ended on December 11th, 2023 across designated KNEC marking centers.
A total of 234,473 examiners, comprising teachers who served as exam supervisors, invigilators, center managers, and exam markers, played pivotal roles in administering this year’s national exams.
This year’s KCPE exams has already been released while the marking process for Grade six KPSEA exams has been concluded.
A total of 1,415,315 candidates participated in the KCPE exams, while a total of 1,282,574 candidates took part in the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA).
KPSEA candidates are expected to receive their results in schools in January in a certificate format.