Expect 2023 KCSE Results Next Week

Expect 2023 KCSE Results Next Week

Expect 2023 KCSE Results Next Week

The 2023 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) tests are about to disclose their results as the marking phase is coming to an end. As per the timetable furnished by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), candidates should expect the results to be released in the next week.

The hopeful candidates are anxiously awaiting an error-free release, hoping for a smoother outcome than the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), which encountered challenges.

Nine hundred and thirty-three thousand candidates took part in this year’s KCSE, and the assessment process started with projects completed between January and July of 2023. After that, from October 23 to November 24 in specified testing centers, theory, practical, and oral exams were given.

Throughout these stages, various education officials, including Centre Managers, Subject teachers, Directors of Education, and KNEC officials, were responsible for overseeing different aspects of the examination process.

The KNEC marking centers conducted the KCSE 2023 exam marking from November 27 to December 11, 2023. Examiners for the KCSE were working on this important step. The culmination of this procedure is currently the much anticipated results announcement, which is set for December 16–22, 2023, at KNEC headquarters, also referred to as Mitihani House.

Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, assisted by officials from the Ministry of Education, Kenya National Examinations Council, Teachers Service Commission, and Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, will spearhead the release of the results. A total of 234,473 teachers, serving various roles such as exam supervisors, invigilators, center managers, and exam markers, played a crucial role in administering this year’s national exams.

Notably, the results of the KCPE exams have already been declared and made public. Furthermore, the Grade 6 KPSEA exam marking is complete. A total of 1,415,315 students took the KCPE exam, while 1,282,574 candidates took the KPSEA exam.

Candidates are worried about possible effects on their scores, though, as numerous schools—including reputable ones—were linked to exam malpractices this year. For reference, the list of top-performing schools from the KCSE exams from the year prior is also supplied.

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