Kenya National Examination Council is planning to prepare the 2021 KCPE and KCSE exams. These exams will be done in March next year. Currently, the class seven and form three students are being registered for the 2021 National Examinations. Last year, the examination body missed over 100,000 KCPE candidates whom it registered but never did the exams. Hopefully, similar scenario will not be repeated in 2021 exams.
In 2023, a double transition to form one is inevitable. This will see both old and new curriculum students join form one. The Government has been constantly training the teachers in the dynamics of the new curriculum. This will see the teachers become fully equipped with the correct Methodologies of handling the new curriculum.
KNEC has ensured that the learners under CBC get tested. These tests come at different stages from grade three. The tests will actually account for some marks by the time they will be joining grade seven which is viewed as form one. The teachers do download the exams from the KNEC’s website. After marking the exams, they upload them again within a given period of time.
KNEC has now directed the teachers on its portal to access the CBA training manuals and the framework. Teachers should get the manuals to know what is required by KNEC.