KCSE Examinations Will Go On Despite Monday’s Holiday

KCSE Examinations Will Go On Despite Monday’s Holiday

KCSE Examinations Will Go On Despite Monday’s Holiday

Despite it being a public holiday, candidates for the Kenya Certificate of  Secondary Education will still take their exams on Monday, November 13. Interior CS Kithure Kindiki, on Monday, officially declared November 13, 2023, a public holiday for the purpose of nationwide tree planting. This declaration was made under the powers granted by section 3 of the Public Holidays Act.The tree planting initiative is part of Kenya’s Landscape and Ecosystem Restoration Program, aiming to grow fifteen billion trees.

Francis Gachuri, Head of Communications for the Interior Ministry, has made it clear that the KCSE exams scheduled for Monday, November 13, would go forward as scheduled, even though it is a national holiday.The KCSE examinations will start with practical papers on October 23 and go through the end of November.

Form Four candidates nationwide finished their theory papers for the 2023 Kenya  Certificate of Secondary Education on Monday, November 6. The applicants are expected to take English Paper 2 and Math Paper 1 on Tuesday. Candidates will take the Chemistry Paper 2 and English Paper 3 exams on  November 8. Students will take tests on Kiswahili Lugha Paper 2 and Kiswahili Insha Paper  1 on Thursday, November 9.

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