If you have a candidate seating this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations then you will not have to wait long for the results.
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) chair Prof. George Magoha has said the results will be out by the end of November.
“This will be followed by form one placement process, which will see students report to secondary schools early January 2019,” said the KNEC chairperson.
Magoha was speaking on Wednesday morning at Uhuru gardens primary School in Nairobi, where President Uhuru Kenyatta alongside Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed made an impromptu visit.
On his visit, the president said that all the candidates seating for the exam will secure slots in form one next year.
KCPE Examination started on Monday with rehearsals and will end on Thursday.