The Kenya national examinations council has been on hurrying mode trying to finish the 2021 Kenya certificate of secondary education (KCSE) marking on time.
On the verge of 16th April, all exams from the various marking centers had been completely marked. The examinations markers and examiners had to pack there belongings and bid the marking centers bye.
From the reports, most candidates to the KCSE exam for the year 2021 tried their level best. This was seen from the good marks that a student could garner.
Even so, most students are still in panic whenever an exam is placed before them. This forms the major category of those who were examined in the recently ended exams!
Students are therefore advised to consider unnecessary rubbing and carelessness in answering questions as a medium of denying them better grades.
For this year, there are many students who are likely to score grade Y. This is as a result of malicious acts detected in most examination centres, that are unacceptable by law, like exams cheating.
Similarly, most students are likely to register very low marks in their results. TVETs and colleges are thus likely to have a greater membership this year in comparison to the previous year.
Many students have also been battling with their minds alongside the thought that the entry behaviour for students with direct entry to university may change, with a likely upward trend from the current C+ minimum qualification.
All students and parents are advised to be patient on this issue, for a directive to be given by the ministry of education alone.
The CS for education Prof. George Magoha yesterday told the nation that no one is going to reap what they did not sow. Whatever the outcome for the exam shall be the exact implication of what the learner transfered to paper, which is further a reflection of what they’ve been learning in school for four years.