KNEC Clarifies The Release Of The 2023  KCSE Results

KNEC Clarifies The Release Of The 2023 KCSE Results

KNEC Clarifies The Release Of The 2023 KCSE Results

There has been a lot of talk about the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) as parents, teachers, and students get excited about the announcement of the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam results. These findings are extremely important since they are a critical factor in determining the educational and career paths of many children across the country.

In response to mounting anticipation, KNEC has taken steps to clarify the official release date for the 2023 KCSE examination results. Contrary to an online news story suggesting a release window between December 16 and December 22, KNEC has firmly stated that the KCSE examinations are still undergoing the meticulous process of marking. The official announcement of results will occur when this process reaches completion.

“KNEC has made no such statement. Marking of KCSE is ongoing and the results will be released when they are ready,” clarified the Examination Council. The release of results is anticipated to be led by 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, as per the authentic procedure.

It’s also worth noting that KNEC recently hosted a delegation of foreign examinations boards from several African nations. This delegation is in Kenya to witness the careful processing of the KCSE exam for 2023, demonstrating Kenya’s dedication to implementing a continental framework for evaluating education.

Despite the controversy surrounding the Ministry of Education and the Examinations Council over flaws discovered following the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), where inaccuracies were acknowledged by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, the situation has been addressed. The issues in the KCPE exams were attributed to the company managing the QR code for result reporting, with Machogu emphasizing that these problems were resolved.

Machogu also flatly denied allegations that KNEC had signed a deal with a local company to print the national tests in 2023, clearing up any misunderstandings about the testing procedure.

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